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By DON FOWLER Rhode Island summer always ends with the Granddaddy of all festivals: the Rhythm and Roots Festival at Ninigret Park in Charlestown. Whatever the weather, I'll be there to enjoy some of the best Cajun, zydeco, blues, Tex-Mex, country and more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Vince Petronio has his hands full with Epic Theatre's final production of the season.and he pulls off a clever, overpowering production of Hillary Mantel's Tudor drama, Wolf Hall." If you remember your British" more
`Homos, Or Everyone in America' closes this weekend Review By DON FOWLER There are only a couple dozen seats in the renovated lobby at the Artists' Exchange on 50 Rolfe St. in Cranston, where Kevin Broccoli's Epic Theatre continues to challenge audiences more
By DON FOWLER The closing of Ed Shea's 2nd Story Theatre in Warren on July 1 is a sad day for theatre in Rhode Island. We have been following the theatre since its early days in 1978, over a bar in Newport, to its move to the basement of a church in more
The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) is launching a Tell Us Your Stories" campaign in honor of the Loew's Theatre Building's 90th Anniversary. Anyone who has attended an event at the theatre can submit photos of themselves and their" more
Review By DON FOWLER When Jeff Church decides to put on a show, take heed! Church has teamed up with two of his Burbage Theatre cohorts, James Lucey and Andrew Iacovelli, to put on London's longest running comedy, The Complete Works of William" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The Rice/Webber little musical based on a Bible story from Genesis, started as a 20-minute piece performed for schoolchildren. Since its beginnings in the early '70s, the little musical has been performed by thousands upon more
By DON FOWLER I will always be grateful to Gerry Pellegrino for turning me on to chamber music. One day, after a tennis match many years ago, he invited me to attend a Music on the Hill concert. I went and have been enjoying the series every year since. more
By DON FOWLER Bob Colonna has been bringing Shakespeare to the masses for as long as anyone can remember. I remember the early days of the Young Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre when he rehearsed his young cast in the parking lot of Edgewood more
The Roger Williams University Barn Summer Playhouse has set up shop at Wilbury Theatre’s Olneyville theatre to present “Moonlight and Magnolias,” “The [Mostly’ true story of the writing of … more
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