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Multi-platinum international music sensation Celtic Woman supports its newest album, Voices of Angels, with a world tour that celebrates the music of the Emerald Isle with beauty and grace" (News & Observer). Receiving standing ovations with every" more
Subtitled “a post electric play,” Anne Washburn’s black comedy is both bizarre and thought provoking. Set in the very near future following an apocalyptic nuclear disaster, it opens with … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Pawtucket's Community Players is only eight years older than songwriter Tom Lehrer, entering their 96th season and providing a bit of nostalgic TomFoolery" with their 360th production. If you were around in the fifties and" more
More than 40 years after the Vietnam War ended, an Army veteran’s dog tag recently found in Vietnam has been returned to his Warwick family thanks to a stranger half way across the world. It all … more
Cheryl Albright and friends will pay tribute to Ella Jane Fitzgerald, The First Lady of Song and Queen of Jazz honoring the 100th Anniversary of Ella's Birth. Cheryl Albright's reputation as an original song stylist in many genres locally and nationally more
Ocean State Theatre Company announces Open Equity and Non-Equity Adult Auditions for its 2017 summer productions of Shrek: The Musical and Clue: The Musical on Monday, April 3 and Tuesday, April 4. Local talent is strongly encouraged to audition. more
The Community Players continue their 96th season with “Tomfoolery,” a musical comedy revue of the witty, wicked and thoroughly twisted world of famed satirical songwriter Tom Lehrer. In … more
By DON FOWLER The meeting was billed as a “Cultural Conversation with Congressman Jim Langevin,” one of four held by the congressional delegation across Rhode Island to address government arts … more
By DON FOWLER Friends had told us about this unique dining/drinking establishment at 334 Westminster St. in downtown Providence. Pretzels and beer. Excuse me: gourmet pretzels and craft beer! The Malted Barley reminds me of the old western saloons. A bar more
Garson Kanin’s 1946 political comedy “Born Yesterday” is a bit dated in its language and approach to male/female relationships, but its stinging rebuke of American shady politics is as relevant … more
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