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The Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame (RIMHOF) held a press conference on Friday, February 22, announcing its 2019 inductees. The press conference took place in the RIMHOF Museum located at Hope Artiste Village, 999 Main St., Pawtucket. Members of the 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
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER They just don't make 'em like they used to! Bill Hanney's Theatre-by-the-Sea has brought back one of the great musicals of all time and given it a sumptuous showing, filled with great songs, dance routines, costumes and a more
By ROB DUGUAY It's not uncommon in Providence's music scene for a drummer to be involved in multiple bands. When a musician shows talent behind the drum kit, word gets out and the offers start coming in to help start a new band or join an established more
In support of its commitment to theater for all, Trinity Repertory Company announces its May 11, 2 p.m. Sensory-Friendly Plus! performance of Little Shop of Horrors. Designed to meet the needs of children and adults on the autism spectrum, and/or more
By ROB DUGUAY Providence rock act The Quahogs walk a fine line between a variety of styles. Some of their songs showcase the sensibility and intimacy often associated with folk. Some have a rough and rowdy garage rock vibe. Still others have a country more
Theatre-by-the-Sea’s owner and producer, Bill Hanney, has taken a risk by opening his summer season with the world premier of a new musical comedy, “Love and Other Fables.” Set on the Greek … more
In celebration of 86 years of Theatre By The Sea, owner and producer Bill Hanney is proud to announce the opening of the 2019 Summer Season. The season begins with the World Premiere of a brand new romantic screwball musical comedy, Love and Other more
By DON FOWLER Whether you paid $35 for a second balcony seat or big bucks to support the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School last Sunday afternoon, you received more than your money's worth in one of the greatest concerts I have ever more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The spirit of founder Adrian Hall is floating around the downstairs Dowling Theatre at Trinity Rep these days, along with the spirit of theatre of the absurd former director Anne Bogart, as director Brian Mertes pulls out all more
“Little Shop of Horrors” is one funny, campy musical. Director Tyler Dobrowsky takes all the silliness and makes it sillier and funnier by setting the musical in Providence and making his … more
By ROB DUGUAY Every spring in Pawtuxet Village, there's a party that celebrates the spark that helped start the Revolutionary War. It commemorates the raid and burning of the HMS Gaspee to show the English crown that the American people were willing to more
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