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The Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra with Edward Markward as Music Director, will hold its final concert of its 60th Anniversary season, “Glorious Brahms, A Requiem for the Living” on … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Julie Kramer's adaptation of Rona Jaffe's sultry and controversial fifties novel, while focusing on the problems of women in the workplace, seems rather tame these days. With Artistic Director Ed Shea's emphasis this season more
Unlike many performers who warn audiences not to try stunts themselves, Keith Michael Johnson wants those who see his Bubbleology show to try what they see at home. “I hope they remember … more
Rhode Island’s Tony Award-winning Repertory Theatre, home of such classics as Shakespeare’s “Othello,” August Wilson’s “Fences” and Harold Pinter’s “The Homecoming,” now gives us … more
Blake Edwards’ 1982 funny and provocative film, “Victor/Victoria,” starring his wife, Julie Andrews, won seven Academy Awards and was made into a Broadway musical with a score by Henry … more
There is theatre. And then there is theatre! Gamm Artistic Director Tony Estrella has taken Friedrich Schiller’s “Mary Stuart” and adapted it “for today,” giving us a world premiere that … more
By DON FOWLER Rhode Island theatre-goers will remember the name Bill Whitehead Jr. The LaSalle Academy and Barrington College graduate is best known for his many years of work with East Greenwich's Academy Players and Tommy Brent's Theatre-by-the-Sea more
Book Review By DON FOWLER Warwick author Gerald M. Carbone was hired by Henry Sharpe Jr. and his wife Peggy to write the story of Brown & Sharpe, the machine tools manufacturer that the family had owned for over 150 years. They told me that their family" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER 2nd Story Theatre Director Ed Shea has discovered a wonderful, witty, absorbing little one-act (70-minute), three-character play that fits perfectly into the downstairs Warren theatre. Art" by French playwright Yasmina Reza" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER British Playwright Harold Pinter's dark and intense look at a totally dysfunctional family is a gem in the world of theatre. Critics, scholars and audiences around the world have studied, dissected and found different more
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