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The Rhode Island Press Association will present an exclusive first-time Rhode Island screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary “Storm Lake,” on Thursday, Oct. 12, 7 p.m. at The … more
Eighty-eight year old Johnny Mathis walked onto the PPAC stage last Saturday night to a packed house, and there was a collective hush. Was this the crooner from the fifties and sixties whose … more
Trinity Rep has chosen has chosen Talene Monahon’s prequel to “The Crucible” to open their 60th Anniversary Season in repertory with Sarah Ruhl’s ”Becky Nurse of … more
Certain bands exhibit a musical approach that’s expansive while providing a variety of material for whoever is listening. They don’t like to stick to a certain format or genre, but they … more
Katerina McCrimmon brought down the house at the Providence Performing Arts Center last week with her magnificent portrayal of Fanny Bryce in the revival of Broadway’s hit show, “Funny … more
The official start of Oktoberfest this year is September 16 as the fairgrounds known as Theresienwiese in the German metropolis of Munich becomes party central with an abundance of beer and pretzels … more
The interesting thing about a Shakespearean play is that theater groups  interpret the Bard differently, bringing their own interpretations of his words to the stage. Burbage Theatre, under … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 3   * * ½ (Thin Sequel) Nia Vardalos wrote a great first movie which lost some of its charm in the sequel. While … more
While Artistic Director Tony Estrella is off performing at Massachusetts’s Huntington Theatre, he has brought in two powerful Boston based actors to play the roles of brothers Lincoln and Booth … more
Extraordinary expansion! Those two words best describe preparations for The Feast of La Madonna della DiFesa that begins tonight and continues through Sunday at a famed Festival field on … more
 Twenty-five-year-old Izaiah Montaque Harris has been tap dancing since he was old enough to walk. Taught by his choreographer mother, the Chicago-born actor/dancer honed his craft in high … more
20 Years Ago Gamm Theatre presented “The Crucible”, directed by Fred Sullivan Jr. and starring Tony Estrella as John Procter, Jin O’Brien as Rev. Hale, and Jeannine Kane as … more
When Labor Day Weekend rolls around, people usually think of going to the beach, having a backyard barbecue or just enjoying the day off by taking it easy. In Rhode Island, folks do things a bit … more
Not that I’m in a Rut, but I have spent the last 25 Labor Day weekends at Ninigret Park enjoying the Rhythm and Roots Festival. My year officially begins and ends with the drive to … more
While the Newport Folk Festival gets all the hoopla and attention every July, the following month of August has another folk festival that’s more locally based and in just as beautiful of a … more
The 25th Rhythm & Roots Festival anniversary will be an epic celebration of music, dance, and local food. The festival always gives off a feel good, laid-back vibe that attracts thousands back to … more
20 Years Ago Jeff Bridges, Chris Cooper and Toby Maguire starred in “Seabiscuit”, adapted from the book bt Laura Hillenbrand. Kevin Costner starred in a great western “Open … more
Doreen Collins and Charlie Hall's comedy dinner show, Aging Disgracefully, makes a stop at the Santa Maria Di Prata Society in Cranston this Saturday July 29th. For reservations and more info see … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra presents its Summer Pops 2023 Series – The Movie Maestro: A Tribute to John Williams with Troy Quinn, conductor. The Summer Pops honors John Williams, … more
It is no coincidence that all four musicals at Bill Hanney’s Theatre-by-the-Sea this summer center around the classic songs of great performers. Opening with Sinatra’s “My … more
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