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Theatre By The Sea takes the award-winning Dustin Hoffman movie and Broadway musical based on the movie to new heights with its clever, comical production, directed and choreographed by Richard … more
Director Taavon Gamble has gone full throttle with Harvey Fierstein and Jerry Herman’s high energy musical, “La Cage aux Folles” filling Trinity Rep’s Dowling Theatre with … more
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis was the hottest writer on Broadway when his latest play, whose complete title couldn’t be printed in family newspapers, hit the stage. … more
Theatre By The Sea opens its summer season with a dazzling old chestnut of a musical, “A Chorus Line.” The musical, which plays for nearly two and a half hours without intermission, … more
Music on the Hill opened its Chamber Concert Series on Memorial Day at the First Baptist Church in East Greenwich with two magnificent performances of works by J. S. Bach and a fascinating … more
“Once” the musical is a heartfelt and enchanting production that shines with its simplicity and authenticity. “Once,” book by Enda Walsh; music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and … more
“Once”, the minimalist movie that became a theatrical hit is the simple story of unrequited love. Set primarily in a Dublin bar, the simple tale has some nice music and lighthearted … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School presents Beethoven & Bronfman, part of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School’s 2024 Gala Celebration. Yefim … more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) will hold its annual gala on Friday, June 14, starting at 6:30 p.m. at its home at 1245 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick. Themed Play On! in reference to … more
The signs are unmistakable — summer's coming, at last. The Music on the Hill festival begins Monday, on Memorial Day afternoon. No matter the weather, make music part of your holiday! At … more
The Players at the Barker Playhouse closes its 150th mainstage season with “Wonder of the World.” It’s a quirky play that takes the audience on a wild and whimsical journey filled … more
Warwick Symphony Orchestra will present a series of events across the Ocean State in June featuring music from the Classical and Broadway Stage supported by RI State Council on the Arts and Bank … more
Music on the Hill will celebrate its sixteenth chamber music festival in the West Bay with seven concerts as summer begins. Concerts pair familiar works by Bach, Mozart, and Brahms with exciting new … more
Get ready to be swept away into a world of enchantment as BalletRI proudly announces its upcoming world premiere production, Cinderella. The glittering rags-to-riches story will be choreographed by … more
This musical gem effortlessly blends toe-tapping tunes with a powerful message of love and inclusivity. The Community Players of Pawtucket wraps up its 102nd season with “The Prom” based … more
By DON FOWLER Can’t afford the theatre prices on Broadway, Boston or Providence? Attend a college theatre production. You’ll discover great talent both on stage and behind … more
We were at Trinity Rep when they presented August Wilson’s classic American drama, “Fences” to a 1992 audience. We watched the movie starring Rhode Island’s own Viola … more
Classical guitarist Mychal Gendron, a Rhode Island native who grew up in Gaspee Point, will give a solo performance at the Warwick Center for the Arts in Apponaug Saturday, April 13 at 1p.m. … more
Remember the controversy over “The Vagina Monologues”? Burbage Theatre Company brings us the Rhode Island Premiere of Jen Silverman’s “Collective Rage: A Play in 5 … more
Robin (Beth Alianiello ) adopts a Korean 6 year-old on the internet without telling her wife( Allen Zahniser). Ash is upset and initially rejects the child. Peter (Jeff Ararat) rues his decision … more
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