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Epic Theatre Company is thrilled to kick off its 2019 Summer Season with E.B. White's Charlotte's Web." The classic story of friendship and kindness is brought to life in a brand new adaptation and presented Epic's intimate Blackbox theater." more
By ROB DUGUAY The history of ska and reggae in Rhode Island runs deep. The 2000s had acts like Lemon Lime Tennis Shoes and Zox putting their own spin on the style. These days, you can check out Natural Element bringing authentic sounds to The Parlour in more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER They just don't make 'em like they used to! Bill Hanney's Theatre-by-the-Sea has brought back one of the great musicals of all time and given it a sumptuous showing, filled with great songs, dance routines, costumes and a more
The executive committee of Trinity Rep's Board of Trustees, under the leadership of Board Chair Suzanne Magaziner, announces the renewal and extension of Executive Director Tom Parrish's contract through the 2022-23 Season. As executive director, Parrish more
By ROB DUGUAY It's not uncommon in Providence's music scene for a drummer to be involved in multiple bands. When a musician shows talent behind the drum kit, word gets out and the offers start coming in to help start a new band or join an established more
By ROB DUGUAY There are few musicians in Rhode Island who can move around on stage and swagger like Warwick native Rafay Rashid. He's the frontman for the Providence garage rock act Ravi Shavi, and they've risen to be one of the top acts in the city's more
Interview By DON FOWLER In an era of glitzy, blockbuster Broadway musicals, along comes a sweet, simple, stylish story about romantic love and love and understanding for others. “The … more
By ROB DUGUAY What pairs better than bacon and beer? On July 16 in the parking lot of Cranston Print Works at 1381 Cranston St. in Cranston, the third annual Bacon & Beer Fest will be celebrating both of these delicacies. The event is being once again more
Theatre-by-the-Sea’s owner and producer, Bill Hanney, has taken a risk by opening his summer season with the world premier of a new musical comedy, “Love and Other Fables.” Set on the Greek … more
By DON FOWLER Music on the Hill kicked off its seven-concert series with a rousing Sunday afternoon lawn concert under blue skies and gentle breezes at Warwick's Clouds Hill Victorian Museum. The incomparable Narragansett Brass Quintet entertained the more
The Arctic Playhouse will stage three weeks of performances of Steel Magnolias starting June 13 directed by Ida Zecco. Steel Magnolias is a stage play by American writer Robert Harling, based on his experience with his sister's death. The play is a more
By ROB DUGUAY In order to independently make music for a full-time living, you have to be willing and able to do various things. One night could involve performing at a local bar for hours with a six-string, and the next night might find you behind a more
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