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By DON FOWLER I will always be grateful to Gerry Pellegrino for turning me on to chamber music. One day, after a tennis match many years ago, he invited me to attend a Music on the Hill concert. I went and have been enjoying the series every year since. more
By DON FOWLER Bob Colonna has been bringing Shakespeare to the masses for as long as anyone can remember. I remember the early days of the Young Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre when he rehearsed his young cast in the parking lot of Edgewood more
On December 17, 1944, during day two of the famous Battle of the Bulge, the worst single massacre of American troops in World War II was unfolding in a frozen field south of Malmedy, Belgium. The killing of 84 unarmed U.S. GIs is known throughout the more
The Roger Williams University Barn Summer Playhouse has set up shop at Wilbury Theatre’s Olneyville theatre to present “Moonlight and Magnolias,” “The [Mostly’ true story of the writing of … more
Theatre by the Sea wraps up its 85th season with a sexy, jazzy version of the Tony Award-winning musical, “Chicago,” completing, according to owner Bill Hanney, it’s most successful season … more
The Community Players round out their 97th season with the “heavenly” musical, Forever Plaid. A quartet of four school pals discover their mutual love of music, especially the close harmony of … more
By Don Fowler John Travolta, Emma Thompson and Kathy Bates starred in the political drama, “Primary Colors,” while Matt Dillon played a teacher in “Wild Things.” Walter Matthau and Jack … more
We’ve seen the hit musical, “Mama Mia!” and the movie version so many times we know many of the lines. TBTS Owner/Producer Bill Hanney said the show is his top requested one and he had been … more
No Fluke by Capt. Dave Monti Licensing regulations addressed at workshop The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) reviewed proposed commercial and party and charter boat licensing regulation changes at a workshop held at the more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Burbage Theatre Company gets a head start on the fall theatre season with a late-August production of the delightfully funny Shakespeare in Love." The original movie by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard was adapted for the stage" more
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