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Broadway star Robert Petkoff not only stars in the Tony Award-Winning musical, “Moulin Rouge! The Musical”, he is one of its biggest fans. Petkoff started his career as a … more
Theatre Review by IDA ZECCO From the moment you enter the theater, you become a part of this sparkling production! As pre-show entertainment, actors greet members of the audience from the stage … more
Through storytelling, we make sense of our experiences, find meaning, and even envision a better future. Storytelling is pivotal for maintaining a sense of optimism and empowerment in hard times. … more
Would you like a reprieve from your mall wandering, your internet shopping, your holiday decorating and your cookie baking? Let me invite you to take a two-hour journey into the amazing, old-world … more
Harmony Heritage, a local chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, an international organization of female a cappella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style, will welcome its sister chorus, … more
Over three and a half million Christmas lights! Can you imagine? I can’t wait for the Holiday Lights Spectacular every Christmas season at the Roger Williams Park Zoo. I follow … more
Dec. 8, North Scituate Baptist Church Winter Farmer’s Market will be held on Fri., Dec. 8, from 4 to 9 p.m. at The North Scituate Baptist Church, 619 West Greenville Road. Shared sponsorship … more
20 Years Ago Gamm opened its doors at its new venue in the Pawtucket Armory with “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” starring Chris Byrnes, Rae Mancini and Casey Seymour Kim and … more
Few pieces of music have achieved the renown of "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" written by seventeenth century organist and composer Johann Sebastian Bach. From the silver screen to wedding … more
Kathleen Pletcher had a great vision when she introduced Firstworks nearly 20 years ago. She believed that the arts were for everyone and should be performed everyplace, from inner-city schools … more
I have reviewed over 25 productions of Trinity’s “A Christmas Carol.” Each director has carefully followed the script to the point where I could recite the lines along with the … more
If you attended last year’s presentation of Handel’s “Messiah,” you know what a moving afternoon it was at The Vets. This year’s performance by the Rhode Island … more
Gamm’s Artistic Director, Tony Estrella, is the perfect person to direct Martic McDonagh’s black comedy, “Hangmen." He has seen the play on Broadway and in London, and … more
20 Years Ago “Hairspray” was at the Providence Performing Arts Center. The Pawtuxet Village Café had a breakfast special of two eggs with toast and home fries for $1.99. … more
The Warwick Symphony Orchestra (WSO) will stage “The Colors of the Orchestra” Sunday, December 3rd at 3 p.m. in St. Bernard Church in North Kingstown. The concert includes  both … more
He’s coming to steal Christmas. How do I know? I had a face-to-face conversation with him last Friday in the PPAC lobby. He sat on his throne and pontificated to me about why he … more
It’s less than a week away and before you know it, people are going to be dressed up in their favorite costumes. Kids will be walking the streets accompanied by their parents looking for the … more
In 1997, a Providence public high school teacher Nancy Patiño convened a group of Latino artists in Providence to offer youth afterschool programming where they could explore their own … more
Guest conductor Morihiko Nakahara, Music Director of the South Carolina Philharmonic, will be the guest conductor at the November 11th concert of the Rhode Island Philharmonic at the Vets. … more
When it comes to being a professional musician, versatility is key. You have to know how to play a ton of different songs while spanning numerous styles along with your own original material. … more
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