Terry Shea

Terry Shea

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Terry Shea has been involved in RI Theater since 1986 and graduated with a BA in Theater Performance from Rhode Island College in 1992. Since then, he has been working in Theater, TV and Radio on a regular basis and co-created the RI Theater review website, MoreTeeth, in 2010. Reviewing for Motif since November 2012, Terry is still (mostly) active as an actor, director and sound designer and also as a voiceover talent for 990WBOB internet radio. Sometimes he brings his kids to the shows to keep his reviews from being too jaded, but they're more cynical than he is. | tbshea@hotmail.com | 413-429-1872|

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Articles by Terry Shea

Beyond the Call of Carols
December 3, 2014 No Commentby

Beyond the Call of Carols

Last year, Motif combined theater and religion and discussed just why A Christmas Carol should be so ubiquitous at this ...

The Diner and Mr. Stone: Secrets Revealed in the Kitchen
November 3, 2014 No Commentby

The Diner and Mr. Stone: Secrets Revealed in the Kitchen

The ubiquitous Kevin Broccoli has two original full-length works running at the moment, both at companies that form two of ...

Metamorphoses: Love Is the Moral
October 2, 2014 No Commentby

Metamorphoses: Love Is the Moral

He’s King Midas with a curse He’s King Midas in reverse -Graham Nash Like Ovid’s original collection of myths, Mary ...

OUT LOUD Gears Up for Fall
September 17, 2014 No Commentby

OUT LOUD Gears Up for Fall

As more new theater companies emerge across the state, particularly in the Providence/Cranston area, diversity and choice clash with opportunity ...

The Gamm's Grounded Aims for the Sky
September 11, 2014 No Commentby

The Gamm’s Grounded Aims for the Sky

The one-person show is a producer’s dream. Less overhead, same ticket price, more control over the process. Often the domain ...

A Theater Primer for the Uninitiated
September 4, 2014 No Commentby

A Theater Primer for the Uninitiated

Rhode Island theater, for the uninitiated, can be a complex mess of posters, social media events and pages of listings ...

Art: In the Eye of the Beholder
September 1, 2014 No Commentby

Art: In the Eye of the Beholder

I don’t know about art, but I know what I like. This frustrating aphorism creates boundaries and absolves the person ...

Theatre by the Sea's Spamalot Is Predictably Wonderful
August 28, 2014 1 commentby

Theatre by the Sea’s Spamalot Is Predictably Wonderful

In 1987, Theatre by the Sea was still a Tommy Brent operation and this writer was a teenage intern learning ...

FringePVD Brings Work on the Fringe Into the Fold
July 2, 2014 2 commentsby

FringePVD Brings Work on the Fringe Into the Fold

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society was founded in 1958 to accommodate the influx of artists and performers who tended to ...

A Brief History Of The Earth And Everything In It: No One Can Resist a Subversive Musical!
June 24, 2014 No Commentby

A Brief History Of The Earth And Everything In It: No One Can Resist a Subversive Musical!

Ever since Book of Mormon became a runaway hit, skewering a religious viewpoint via musical theater seems almost de rigueur, ...