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Warwick Musical Theatre’s founder, Buster Bonoff, was elected to the Rhode Island Hall of Fame.Conimicut’s newest restaurant, De Ja, offered a taste of Thai, with a hint of American, … more
Epic Theatre Company’s World Premiere of “American Drag,” written and directed by Kevin Broccoli, will be donating a portion of its proceeds to the Special Olympics. The play, which opens April … more
Review by DON FOWLER Ballet is alive and well at Providence’s 825 Hope St., home of Festival Ballet Providence and its Up Close On Hope” Black Box Theatre. Their spring program offers … more
By DON FOWLER Whether you paid $35 for a second balcony seat or big bucks to support the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School last Sunday afternoon, you received more than your money's worth in one of the greatest concerts I have ever more
By ROB DUGUAY A good measuring stick to use when it comes to how enjoyable a band is can be the impression it leaves after a performance. Johnston jam band Tai Chi Funk Squad has a knack for leaving concert-goers with an energy and enthusiasm that more
The “reimagined” version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” is still playing to sell-out audiences across the country, including their extended run through Sunday at the … more
Warwick’s former mayor, Joe Walsh, saw his first Broadway play when he was 35 years old. “I grew up on Prairie Ave. in Providence, and we didn’t have an opportunity to go to the theatre,” … more
Entering the spacious Wilbury Theatre is always an experience. Artistic Director Josh Short utilizes the entire area for Nick Payne’s ethereal “Constellations,” draping 10 long white … more
By ROB DUGUAY Think of a band that mirrors the energy of The Pixies and Sonic Youth, but with a bit of a twang. That's what you get with Tall Teenagers. They've been ripping up the Providence music scene since their beginnings in 2016. Vocalists and more
Lauren Yee’s world premiere “The Song of Summer” is the best new contemporary play I have seen in years. Trinity Rep commissioned Yee to write the play, which gets solid performances from … more
Review By DON FOWLER Francisco Noya has been the resident conductor of the Rhode Island Philharmonic for the past 22 years. Among his many responsibilities is the unheralded task of learning every score that is part of the orchestra's monthly concerts, more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER My first introduction to Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” was a high school production. My second was a college production, and third a community … more
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