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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman" defines the finest in the American Theatre. We saw Ford Rainey play Willy Loman in Trinity Rep's 1979 production and have seen others tackle the difficult role. Let me tell you: You won't" more
2nd Story Theatre’s Artistic Director, Ed Shea, conceded to an opening night audience of John Van Druten’s “Bell, Book & Candle” that the last two plays at the Warren theatre were not that … more
Since it opened on June 1, the Newport Car Museum has attracted - and wowed - more than 13,000 visitors and become an instant hit with car clubs and tour groups exploring the Northeast and especially the popular vacation destination of Newport. The more
The Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA) will hold the 5th Annual Rhode Island Author Expo Saturday, December 2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston. This year, the Expo will feature a record 135 published Rhode Island more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Nick Payne's cerebral, psychological study into the human brain gets an impressive presentation by four actors playing 20 roles in Incognito" at the Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theatre in Pawtucket. Payne has taken three stories" more
The holidays are upon us and I am thankful for the fish. We are blessed in New England to have such great access to fish and fishing. And, here in Rhode Island, we have some of the best fishing in the northeast. Our striped bass, more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Who would have the courage to take a bizarre play with a twist I defy you to figure out until the final moments and set it outside in October? Kevin Broccoli, of course. Epic Theatre's Artistic Director has taken Robert more
I suffered through “The Great Gatsby” in American Literature class. I further suffered through the movie, even though it was shot in Newport. Will Burbage Theatre Co. be strike three with … more
In celebration of the holiday season, this December the WSO presents a three-concert Holiday Series sponsored by BankRI with selections that are reflective, inspiring, and exciting. The WSO opens the Holiday Series at the Greenwich Odeum in East more
By DON FOWLER Tom Jones headed a big month at Warwick Musical Theatre, which also featured Kenny Rogers, Chicago, The Statler Brothers, Liza Minelli and Peter, Paul and Mary, Jerry Vale, Al Martino, Lorrie Morgan, Tony Bennett, Neil Sedaka, Roger more
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