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Review By DON FOWLER The owners of the Collyer Entertainment Center in Lincoln have converted a stretch of former industrial buildings into a family entertainment complex that includes rock climbing, batting cages, paintball, laser tag, arcades and more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Trinity Rep has had a longstanding relationship with playwright George Brandt. His familiarity with Rhode Island and the stable of actors at Trinity is certainly a plus in the creation of the world premiere production of his more
By DON FOWLER Many of us remember the big bands attracting hundreds of dancers and music lovers to Cranston's Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. This February 10 there will be two world-renowned bands attracting hundreds of Cajun and Zydeco music lovers to the more
Kevin Costner directed and starred in a three-hour futuristic saga called The Postman” set in post-apocalyptic America in 2013. Former Rhode Islander Ron McClarty had a supporting role. Robin … more
Christopher Durang’s 2013 Tony Award winning play “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” comes to the Barker Playhouse in Providence, with compelling performances by the six-person cast. … more
Nancy Ticotin can’t wait to get to Providence to perform in the Emilio and Gloria Estefan musical “On Your Feet” at the Providence Performing Arts Center. “My daughter is a sophomore at … more
The state's newest chamber orchestra will present the second concert of its inaugural season on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, 191 County Road, Barrington. The concert will feature acclaimed soprano, Diana McVey, who has held more
Burbage Theatre’s two-character play, “Venus in Fur,” is not only one red hot play, it is also the hottest ticket in Rhode Island. Don’t miss David Ives’ funny, cerebral, clever, erotic, … more
Theatre review By DON FOWLER Thornton Wilder's allegorical comedy-drama, written in 1942, is filled with farce, history, biblical references and a daring approach to theatre that is as relevant to audiences today as it was back then. It has been referred more
Most theatre goers have suffered through the suffering of the extended Russian family, often portrayed heavily in Anton Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya.” It took a collaboration between Gamm Theatre … more
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