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After seeing the Broadway version of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” and the recent movie version of the award-winning musical, I found it hard to get excited about seeing again at the small barn theatre in Matunuck. How wrong I was! more
By DON FOWLER -- If you are looking for a major success story in Rhode Island's world of arts and entertainment, look no further than Woonsocket's Stadium Theatre. more
By DON FOWLER We were at Foxwoods Resort Casino Saturday night for their gala 25th anniversary celebration. Foxwoods was the first full service tribal casino to be built on a Native American Reservation, paving the way for over 400 casinos operated more
No doubt about it, Mel Brooks is one funny man. His Tony Award-winning musical comedy, “The Producers,” is packed with lots of his famous “schtick.” The musical comedy, which received more … more
The Samaritans of Rhode Island's Forget-Me-Not Gallery welcomes singer/songwriter Jonathon Edwards to the Pawtucket Arts Festival on September 15. The concert is presented as part of The Samaritans yearlong 40th Anniversary. Mr. Edward's hits include more
When people ask me what my favorite movie, song, or travel destination is, I have no answer. But when they ask for my favorite Broadway Musical, I don't have to think twice. Les Miserables" is by far my (and many others) favorite all time" more
Except for an occasional bit of rain – needed for gardens and lawns – we’ve been having some lovely boating weather and picture-perfect settings. However, there are many coves and beaches … more
By DON FOWLER Sam Hood Adrian spends much of his time away from his native Rhode Island these days working with “What Will the Neighbors Say?,” a new theatre group based in New York City. He … more
By DON FOWLER After 20 fabulous years under the direction of conductor Larry Rachleff, the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra begins a new era as the orchestra searches for a new leader. It promises to be an exciting year as a different conductor takes more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Oh, no! Not another production of Oscar Wilde's silly, wordy Trivial Comedy for Serious People!" I'd seen too many college and community productions of the English comedy of manners to sit through the long play. But wait!" more
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