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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Burbage Theatre's artistic director, Jeff Church, takes center stage as Thom Pain, Will Eno's one-man, one-act, free-flowing, absurd play about a man searching for meaning in his life. Thom runs rampant for 70 minutes, more
Trinity Rep will continue its 2018-19 Season with the epic tale of black odyssey by Marcus Gardley. Inspired by Homer's Odyssey, this story examines Ulysses Lincoln's journey home from war when the world - and the gods - are against him. This adventure more
By DON FOWLER Trinity Rep presented the world premiere of Robert Alexander's A Preface to the Alien Garden" starring Nehassaiu deGannes with set design by Eugene Lee and fight choreography by Normand Beauregard. Juliette Lewis starred in "The Other" more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts announces a residency with renowned contemporary puppet artist Heather Henson and her production company IBEX Puppetry. The residency will culminate in more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The theatre world was thrown into culture shock by the NYC opening of a new kind of musical that broke precedent and made its own rules. Cesar Alvarez and his group, The Lisps, gave the theatre a different way to tell a story more
6The Community College of Rhode Island Players and Seed & Ivy Theatre Co. will bring a play to the college this week about a young woman plagued by depression who learns how to find her true self. Bedtime Stories" follows the life of Marina and her" 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
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
By DON FOWLER My first trip to Lincoln's Rhode Island Karting complex was to drive one of the racing cars around a challenging course. The huge complex has now added axe throwing, a sport that is catching on around the country. When I compared it to more
The Chamber Orchestra of Barrington will present its final concert of the season on Sunday, April 7 at 3 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, 191 County Road, Barrington. The concert will feature pianist Haig Yaghoobian in a performance of J.S. Bach's, more
St. Luke's Little Theater will hold auditions for its April 13-14 One-Act Play Festival at the church on Peirce St. in East Greenwich on Monday and Wednesday nights, Feb. 11 and 13, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. A man and woman in their 40s are needed for Alfred more
As the 16th anniversary of the Station Nightclub fire approaches, a local author with a deeply personal connection to the tragedy is planning a free, public program to share a message of faith and resilience. Dave Kane - father of Nicholas O'Neill, who more
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