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There are few urban neighborhoods less accessible than the Reservoir Triangle.  Located on the Cranston/Providence line, it is Rhode Island’s version of the Bermuda Triangle - hard to … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School announced this week that they have extended the contract of Maestro Bramwell Tovey for the next five years. The British conductor came to … more
Left to right: Lynsey Ford as Mary Bailey and Tony Estrella as George Bailey in Gamm Theatre’s “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” Background: Richard Noble … more
Ring in the holiday season with the Ocean State Pops Orchestra concert on Tuesday evening, December 7, 7:30 pm, at St. Kevin Church, 333 Sandy Lane in Warwick. The orchestra, consisting of … more
By popular demand, a fourth performance of ‘Cirque Dreams Holidaze’ has been added on Saturday, Dec. 18 at 11 a.m. at the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC). ‘Cirque Dreams … more
Continuing its new commitment to ongoing year-round programming, Newport Classical, which recently changed its name from Newport Music Festival, announces its spring Chamber Series concerts, running … more
Continuing its new commitment to ongoing year-round programming, Newport Classical, which recently changed its name from Newport Music Festival, announces its spring Chamber Series concerts, running … more
Wilbury Theatre Group announces the extension of Charlie Thurston’s “Lifted,” a modern meditation on the Icarus myth, directed by Josh Short outdoors at WaterFire Arts Center.  … more
Arts Winter Market at WCFA Looking for unique, local, handmade holiday gifts? Well, join us at the Warwick Center for the Arts Winter Market for some artful holiday shopping. Choose from original jewelry, ceramics, prints, greeting cards, photography, more
Festival Ballet Providence (FBP) is excited to present an all-new version of its annual holiday classic, "The Nutcracker," featuring new sets, costumes, choreography in a new venue. For the first time, the ballet will be performed at Veterans Memorial more
John Reis walked into the craft room at the Johnston Senior Center and set his eyes on a pile of handmade quilts. He reached out to touch a blanket decorated with images of heavy earth-moving … more
By DON FOWLER The arts world rejoiced as restrictions eased and live theatre, concerts and other events began returning to Rhode Island. The pandemic had taken its toll. Organizations regrouped. Donors came to the rescue. Gamm was first, with a more
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