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Set in the far corner of Wilbury Theatre’s expansive new “playground,” Harold Pinter’s classic psychological drama, “The Caretaker,” is given a compelling production by three talented … more
By DON FOWLER After 20 fabulous years under the direction of conductor Larry Rachleff, the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra begins a new era as the orchestra searches for a new leader. It promises to be an exciting year as a different conductor takes more
If last Saturday’s performance of Chris Botti and his band is any indication of what is in store this October at Cranston’s Park Theatre, we are in for some big time entertainment. Botti and … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Oh, no! Not another production of Oscar Wilde's silly, wordy Trivial Comedy for Serious People!" I'd seen too many college and community productions of the English comedy of manners to sit through the long play. But wait!" more
Review By DON FOWLER I spent Labor Day weekend at music lovers' paradise: the 20th Annual Rhythm & Roots Festival at Ninigret Park in Charlestown. Chuck Wentworth's extravaganza added a full day of music on Friday, drawing record crowds to hear a lineup more
By DON FOWLER The Animals and The Yardbirds closed out the summer season at the Warwick Musical Theatre. The Annual Cajun and Bluegrass Festival was still at Stepping Stone Ranch in Escoheag, headlined once again by Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys. more
Area ballet students ages 7 to 17 are invited to audition on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. for Moscow Ballet Soloist and Audition Director Anna Radik at Host Dance Studio Massachusetts Dance Academy, 191 City Depot Road, Charlton. The Moscow Ballet audition more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER At the center of this provocative, pedantic play by Bertolt Brecht is the battle between science and religion. But the one-act, hour and a half play is about so much more, including power, persuasion, blind faith and, yes, more
By DON FOWLER I can tell you where I have been on every Labor Day weekend for the past 20 years: the Rhythm & Roots Festival. For me, Chuck Wentworth's Labor Day weekend extravaganza is not the end of summer; it is the beginning of a great new season of more
Trinity Rep invites the public to celebrate the upcoming theater season at its third annual Season Kick-Off Party, Sunday, September 10 from 12 to 7 p.m. Full of games, crafts, shopping, performances, and food, the event offers theater fans and families more
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