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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Cranstonian theatre veteran, Lynne Collinson, creative director for WomensWork Theatre Collaborative, describes the newly formed organization as a vehicle to promote artistic opportunities for woman of all ages.with a major" more
Barrington Books Garden City will host Alan Hassenfeld and author G. Wayne Miller for a book signing for Kid Number One: Alan Hassenfeld and Hasbro on Saturday, November 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Cranston location 176 Hillside Road, Cranston. Having more
“What is government?” John Adams asks his young son in the opening scene of “JQA,” Aaron Posner’s new play that makes American history much more fun and relevant than most high school … more
This is a musical that knows how to please everyone, with great songs, a nice upbeat plot, incredible special effects and some of the best choreography I’ve seen in a long time. more
Every musician wants to do an homage to their influences at some point during their career. It could be as part of a show celebrating the music of a certain artist, or it could be joining up with a tribute act to perform songs written by their hero. more
Singer/songwriter/actor/humanitarian Mandy Patinkin is coming to Vets Auditorium on Friday, November 1 at 8 p.m. with a brand new show featuring him and his pianist. “I’ve released my first … more
“Living your dream is the result of hard work,” Korie Lee Blossey told me over the phone from North Carolina, where he is playing the part of the Genie in Disney’s Broadway Musical, … more
By DON FOWLER If the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra needed any assurance in their decision to hire conductor Bramwell Tovey, all they had to do was attend the first two concerts of the 2019-2020 season. Not only did Rhode more
The fact that Rhode Islanders love craft beer might be the worst-kept secret in the state. The number of local breweries has grown to double digits over the years with new and fresh brews being released often. more
The Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra, Rhode Island’s premier community-based orchestra, will present its season opening concert on Sunday, October 27 at 3 p.m. in the McVinney … more
Review By TONY ANNICONE A Brief History of the Earth and Everything in It" is the first show of University of Rhode Island Theatre this year. The story is of William Jennings Bryan elementary school besieged by the forces of right-wing Christian" more
When he's not playing rugby, Barry Nickerson is writing. The Johnston native and current St. Louis resident has had a knack for it since his days attending Rhode Island College in Providence. more
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