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By DON FOWLER Bob Colonna has been bringing Shakespeare to the masses for as long as anyone can remember. I remember the early days of the Young Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre when he rehearsed his young cast in the parking lot of Edgewood more
The music of Fats Waller lives on through the Broadway hit revival of “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” now getting a swinging, sassy showing at Theatre-by-the-Sea. “Ain’t Misbehavin’” is more … more
By DON FOWLER I will always be grateful to Gerry Pellegrino for turning me on to chamber music. One day, after a tennis match many years ago, he invited me to attend a Music on the Hill concert. I went and have been enjoying the series every year since. more
SUMMER FAVORITE: The crowd gathers before the start of last years Rhode Island Foundation Presents RWP Pops with the RI Philharmonic Orchestra at the Temple to Music in Roger Williams Park. This years concert is on Fri., Aug. 10, at 7 p.m. Rain date is more
Restaurant Review by Don Fowler While we were aware of the luxurious condominiums and private golf course at North Providence's Louisquisset Country Club, we recently learned that Bob Hennerman, the former owner of Ethan Anthony's in Graniteville, had more
Beginning June 2, Music on the Hill presents its 11th annual chamber music festival. Seven concerts offer a variety of ensembles and music, featuring musicians returning to their native Rhode Island as well as those based in the Ocean State. Six evening more
Thirty-two years ago yesterday, a love note was etched into a table at the Rocky Point Amusement Park. “Jodie Maranda + Norm Tellier, May 16, 86. I love Norm,” read the message … more
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley has dusted off two historic short plays from the 1930s by Zora Neale Hurston and given them a realistic production at his Mixed Magic Theatre in Pawtucket. “Sweat” stars … more
Broadway’s smash comedy “Something Rotten” has taken off across the country with its three top stars continuing their roles to standing ovations. I caught up with Rob McLure, who plays Nick … more
We first met Nick Albanese a couple of years ago when he debuted his one-man show, “The Last Sicilian,” at Artists’ Exchange in Cranston. Nick polished up the show and took it Off-Broadway. The … more
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