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Warwick’s former mayor, Joe Walsh, saw his first Broadway play when he was 35 years old. “I grew up on Prairie Ave. in Providence, and we didn’t have an opportunity to go to the theatre,” … more
Entering the spacious Wilbury Theatre is always an experience. Artistic Director Josh Short utilizes the entire area for Nick Payne’s ethereal “Constellations,” draping 10 long white … more
By ROB DUGUAY Think of a band that mirrors the energy of The Pixies and Sonic Youth, but with a bit of a twang. That's what you get with Tall Teenagers. They've been ripping up the Providence music scene since their beginnings in 2016. Vocalists and more
Lauren Yee’s world premiere “The Song of Summer” is the best new contemporary play I have seen in years. Trinity Rep commissioned Yee to write the play, which gets solid performances from … more
Review By DON FOWLER Francisco Noya has been the resident conductor of the Rhode Island Philharmonic for the past 22 years. Among his many responsibilities is the unheralded task of learning every score that is part of the orchestra's monthly concerts, more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER My first introduction to Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” was a high school production. My second was a college production, and third a community … more
By ROB DUGUAY From a spectator's point of view, Seven Hats Parade from Cranston have a fairly normal setup for a band. Sean La Porte and Justin Sacco serve as the rhythm section on drums and bass, while Steven Sacco and Dan Palmisciano play off each more
6The Community College of Rhode Island Players and Seed & Ivy Theatre Co. will bring a play to the college this week about a young woman plagued by depression who learns how to find her true self. Bedtime Stories" follows the life of Marina and her" more
The Chamber Orchestra of Barrington will present its final concert of the season on Sunday, April 7 at 3 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, 191 County Road, Barrington. The concert will feature pianist Haig Yaghoobian in a performance of J.S. Bach's, more
By DON FOWLER Trinity Rep presented the world premiere of Robert Alexander's A Preface to the Alien Garden" starring Nehassaiu deGannes with set design by Eugene Lee and fight choreography by Normand Beauregard. Juliette Lewis starred in "The Other" more
Successful Rhode Island songwriter and author Greg Lato has released his first children's book, Try, an endearing paean to making an effort, in all its shapes and forms. Try is meant to be an interactive book; not only in song but in visuals. It more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The chairs are set in a square, with four actors sitting on one side of Wilbury's massive theatre space. We are about to watch Caridad Svich's 80-minute, one-act play, part of a National New Play Network Rolling World more
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