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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The event, held at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston, brought in 620 people who helped raise a net of over $115,000 for Mentor Rhode Island. The event has, to date, raised over $1 million for the nonprofit. more
The Community Players round out their 97th season with the “heavenly” musical, Forever Plaid. A quartet of four school pals discover their mutual love of music, especially the close harmony of … more
By Don Fowler John Travolta, Emma Thompson and Kathy Bates starred in the political drama, “Primary Colors,” while Matt Dillon played a teacher in “Wild Things.” Walter Matthau and Jack … more
We’ve seen the hit musical, “Mama Mia!” and the movie version so many times we know many of the lines. TBTS Owner/Producer Bill Hanney said the show is his top requested one and he had been … 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
Trinity Rep continues its long tradition of masterfully interpreting Shakespeare with its intense production of the Bard’s tragedy of ”Othello.” Set in the round in the sprawling upstairs … more
The RI Home Show, an event in its 68th year and produced by the RI Builders Association, welcomes the return of the 2nd Annual Spring Flower & Garden Show as a major feature within the show April 5 … more
Three incredible vocalists, an acoustic-electronica band from Manchester, England, a team of outstanding musicians/producers who have joined forces to create one of today's hippest groups, a dynamic pianist and television bandleader and the world's more
Trinity Repertory Company is proud to announce the commission of a number of new playwrights and artists, including George Brant to write the stage version of The New York Times bestseller The Prince of Providence: The Life and Times of Buddy Cianci, more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Talk about site specific! Wilbury Theatre has taken Annie Baker's sad, sweet and simple play about three lonely people in dead end jobs at a failing movie theatre and set it at Providence's Cable Car Cinema. The movie more
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