That's Entertainment: Recalling April in years past

By DON FOWLER
Posted 4/2/20

20 Years Ago Keith Munslow presents one-man show, "e;Thick-Cut Bacon"e; at Perishable Theatre, directed by Bob Jaffe. Minnie Driver and David Duchovny starred in the romantic comedy "e;Return to Me."e; The powerful, intense war drama "e;Rules of Engagement,"e;

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That's Entertainment: Recalling April in years past

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20 Years Ago

Keith Munslow presents one-man show, “Thick-Cut Bacon” at Perishable Theatre, directed by Bob Jaffe.

Minnie Driver and David Duchovny starred in the romantic comedy “Return to Me.” The powerful, intense war drama “Rules of Engagement,” starring Samuel L. Jackson, Tommy Lee Jones and Ben Kingsley, covered the Vietnam War. Sandra Bullock starred in “28 Days,” a story of “self realization and rehabilitation.”

One of our all-time favorite seafood restaurants, Ocean Express on Allens Avenue, just over the Cranston line in Providence, closed.

40 Years Ago

The Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre performed “Macbeth,” starring John Marzilli and Sheryl Dold, directed by Bob Colonna.

Ira Levin’s “Deathtrap” was at the Ocean State Theatre. “The Owl and the Pussycat” was at the New Farm Dinner Club in Warwick.

Timothy Crowe and Mina Manente starred in “Sea Marks” at Trinity. Elly Stone starred in “Jacques Brel is Alive and Living in Paris” at the Ocean State, followed by Bob Dylan.

The Warwick Players were doing “California Suite,” and “Last of the Red Hot Lovers” was at the New Farm.

The Boston Ballet brought “Cinderella” to the Ocean Sate Theatre. Tickets were $8-$12.

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