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Thirty-two years ago yesterday, a love note was etched into a table at the Rocky Point Amusement Park. “Jodie Maranda + Norm Tellier, May 16, 86. I love Norm,” read the message … more
Trinity Rep closes out its 2017-18 Season with the Tony Award-winning musical Ragtime, which was written by Terrence McNally (book), Stephen Flaherty (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics). Under the direction of Artistic Director Curt Columbus, Trinity Rep's more
By DON FOWLER Rhode Island summer always ends with the Granddaddy of all festivals: the Rhythm and Roots Festival at Ninigret Park in Charlestown. Whatever the weather, I'll be there to enjoy some of the best Cajun, zydeco, blues, Tex-Mex, country and more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Vince Petronio has his hands full with Epic Theatre's final production of the season.and he pulls off a clever, overpowering production of Hillary Mantel's Tudor drama, Wolf Hall." If you remember your British" more
`Homos, Or Everyone in America' closes this weekend Review By DON FOWLER There are only a couple dozen seats in the renovated lobby at the Artists' Exchange on 50 Rolfe St. in Cranston, where Kevin Broccoli's Epic Theatre continues to challenge audiences more
By DON FOWLER The closing of Ed Shea's 2nd Story Theatre in Warren on July 1 is a sad day for theatre in Rhode Island. We have been following the theatre since its early days in 1978, over a bar in Newport, to its move to the basement of a church in more
Darlene Love is back on the concert circuit again after hip surgery in February. Dubbed “one of the greatest singers of all time” by Rolling Stone magazine, with great musicians like Bette Midler … more
We first met Nick Albanese a couple of years ago when he debuted his one-man show, “The Last Sicilian,” at Artists’ Exchange in Cranston. Nick polished up the show and took it Off-Broadway. The … more
Broadway’s smash comedy “Something Rotten” has taken off across the country with its three top stars continuing their roles to standing ovations. I caught up with Rob McLure, who plays Nick … more
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley has dusted off two historic short plays from the 1930s by Zora Neale Hurston and given them a realistic production at his Mixed Magic Theatre in Pawtucket. “Sweat” stars … more
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