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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
The power of music is best exemplified when it brings people together. more
Providence native and cult horror writer H.P. Lovecraft will be the subject of the popular annual walking tour and film series during the annual Flickers' Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Film Festival (Vortex), October 19-27. Due to popular demand, the more
Festival Ballet Providence (FBP) announced its 42nd season, featuring an array of compelling dance programs including Rhode Island premieres and audience favorites. The 2019-2020 season includes innovative works by Tony Award Winner Christopher Wheeldon, more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Disco, and the music and dance of the late '70s, is still alive in Rhode Island. I understand that the 40-year-old musical is virtually sold out for its first three weeks, as people head south to Matunuck for their favorite more
`One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' compelling production Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Spectrum Theatre Ensemble, the neurodiverse theatre company that provides a unique, collaborative venue that engages audiences and artists, is presenting its first more
Review by DON FOWLER Ballet is alive and well at Providence’s 825 Hope St., home of Festival Ballet Providence and its Up Close On Hope” Black Box Theatre. Their spring program offers … more
Epic Theatre Company’s World Premiere of “American Drag,” written and directed by Kevin Broccoli, will be donating a portion of its proceeds to the Special Olympics. The play, which opens April … more
By ROB DUGUAY There are few musicians in Rhode Island who can move around on stage and swagger like Warwick native Rafay Rashid. He's the frontman for the Providence garage rock act Ravi Shavi, and they've risen to be one of the top acts in the city's more
Warwick Musical Theatre’s founder, Buster Bonoff, was elected to the Rhode Island Hall of Fame.Conimicut’s newest restaurant, De Ja, offered a taste of Thai, with a hint of American, … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Based on graphic artist Alison Bechdel’s best-selling memoir, “Fun Home” has had success on Broadway and with the road version seen recently at PPAC. The … more
By DON FOWLER Last Saturday night was a busy one in Providence, with WaterFire attracting thousands of people Downcity, along with a Bruins hockey game, and the opening of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra's 75th season. The concert was delayed more
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