Mary DeBerry

Mary DeBerry

Bio:

Mary DeBerry is active throughout the arts community. In Rhode Island, DeBerry has given countless hours to the arts community through her creative, organizational, promotional and networking skills. While living in New Hampshire. DeBerry wrote a weekly theater column for the state newspaper. She served as Publicist for Daydream Theatre in NYC. In RI her articles and interviews have been published for Imagine Magazine, Ahtspot.com, RI International Film Festival, RI Film Collaborative, and SENE (the Southeast New England Film, Music and Art Fest). DeBerry is published in the "Mug of Woe" book series and is a produced screenwriter. Currently producing the short biographical film, "Children of the Asylum" for Tony Demings, DeBerry was previously a producer for Public Television.

Website:

http://www.rifcfilms.com

Articles by Mary DeBerry

Epic Theatre Explores The Other Place
November 12, 2013 No Commentby

Epic Theatre Explores The Other Place

Epic Theatre Company, in residence at The Artists’ Exchange in Cranston, RI, continues its Year of Fear with The Other ...

Daydream Theatre Company Loves Lucy
November 3, 2013 No Commentby

Daydream Theatre Company Loves Lucy

Daydream Theatre reveals Lucille Ball’s off-screen life Even if you’ve only seen Lucille Ball as the red-headed, off-key clown in ...

Epic Theatre Weighs The Normal Heart
October 16, 2013 No Commentby

Epic Theatre Weighs The Normal Heart

The Normal Heart is an heroic production about a group of young men in New York City in the midst of ...

Stand Aside Knave! The Show Must Go On!
October 15, 2013 No Commentby

Stand Aside Knave! The Show Must Go On!

Government shutdown, government shmutdown Fie! Fie I say to the government. A plague on both your houses! For the past ...

Epic Theatre Joins the Artists’ Exchange for Exponential Creativity
August 27, 2013 No Commentby

Epic Theatre Joins the Artists’ Exchange for Exponential Creativity

Well-known writer, actor and director Kevin Broccoli, a native Rhode Islander, is an amazing theater resource. Broccoli is widely known ...

Trinity Opens its Doors and Performance Spaces to All
August 13, 2013 No Commentby

Trinity Opens its Doors and Performance Spaces to All

The happening on August 17, at 201 Washington Street in Providence, is a celebration, an anniversary, a Free-For-All, a … ...

Counter-Productions Theatre Gives God-Speed to the Plow
June 11, 2013 No Commentby

Counter-Productions Theatre Gives God-Speed to the Plow

Speed The Plow, by playwright David Mamet, is a cross between the popular television show, “Mad Men” (about cut-throat ad ...

Burbage Theatre Tackles
June 6, 2013 No Commentby

Burbage Theatre Tackles “The Liar”

Go see The Liar, a play of quick wit. It serves up such laughter, you’ll guffaw and spit! Admittedly, that is silly ...

Next Gen Theatre Explores Intimacy
May 14, 2013 No Commentby

Next Gen Theatre Explores Intimacy

All This Intimacy reminds us that connecting with other people in this day and age is easy; however, it does take ...

Cranston Artists’ Exchange Celebrates Its Own Community with
April 9, 2013 No Commentby

Cranston Artists’ Exchange Celebrates Its Own Community with “Our Town” Play

While Our Town is a Pulitzer Prize winning classic, its simplicity belies its depth. The Artists’ Exchange, under the mature direction ...