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By ROB DUGUAY We need a feel good story now more than ever these days. It can seem like our world is falling apart. The coronavirus is keeping us inside our homes, the stock market is dropping faster than an anvil in an episode of "e;Looney Tunes"e; and many more
By DON FOWLER The arts community is used to fighting for federal funding for the arts, speculating as to what it would be like living without them. Thanks to this nasty virus, we are getting a bitter taste - a reality check - of just what an impact it more
By DON FOWLER Meadowbrook Theatre in Warwick closed. Perishable Theatre presented Mac Wellman's avant garde "e;Girl Gone,"e; starring Casey Seymour Kim and David Tessier. Johnny Depp starred in Roman Polanski's occult mystery, The Ninth Gate. Brian DePalma's more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Quiara Alegria Hudes' contemporary road trip musical tackles a variety of problems in our society, including immigration, documentation, broken families, abandonment and teenage suicide. The story involves an undocumented more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER We have been attending Gamm Theatre's productions since its inception over 30 years ago, and Stephen Sondheim's Tony-winning "e;Assassins"e; is the first musical they have ever tackled. Director Tony Estrella likes challenges, more
Not many acts around these parts have accomplished as much as Rhode Island Music Hall of Famers Steve Smith & The Nakeds have during their career. They've gotten to perform with the likes of President Bill Clinton and the legendary E more
Trinity Rep continues its 2019-20 Season with Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Sweat by Lynn Nottage. This Broadway hit is the story of the unintended consequences of community without opportunity. It is set during the Great Recession and in the years more
By DON FOWLER Cranston's fledgling WomensWork Theatre Collaborative has quickly made a name for itself on the Rhode Island theatre scene, producing plays designed to promote theatrical opportunities for women of all ages, with a focus on women over 40. more
Life can get pretty hectic sometimes. Some days can bring an exorbitant amount of stress, and finding time to relax and unwind is important. Warwick singer-songwriter Nate Jones has put these feelings to music with "e;Wait For Me,"e; a hypnotic more
By TONY ANNICONE The Community Players third show of their 99th season is Tim Firth's delightful comedy "Calendar Girls," which is the true and "revealing story" of a women's group in England … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER "e;It was the best of times; it was the worst of times."e; There are very few people who do not know that this famous line opens Charles Dickens' epic novel, "e;A Tale of Two Cities."e; Those of us who read the novel in high school more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, will present renowned Haitian-American violinist/composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) performing "e;Redemption Songs and Sonatas"e; with the Humanist Septet at more
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