Theater

Tales from the Script: Cuckoo for Theatre Buffs
March 19, 2013 No Commentby

Tales from the Script: Cuckoo for Theatre Buffs

I recently became an actor at 2nd Story Theater. I did not foresee this happening. For the past three months, ...

My Favorite Funeral
March 18, 2013 8 commentsby

My Favorite Funeral

My cell phone has been acting up lately. It seems to know exactly how to keep me on my feet, ...

Dance Up Close: Ground Breaking Ballet
March 5, 2013 33 commentsby

Dance Up Close: Ground Breaking Ballet

Artistic inspiration comes in many forms. For Festival Ballet Providence Artistic Director Mihailo Djuric, the muse for his company’s upcoming ...

Rent Delivers ... but Isn't for Everyone
February 26, 2013 5 commentsby

Rent Delivers … but Isn’t for Everyone

Jonathan Larson’s Rent has become something of a sacred cow in modern musical theater. Its opening in 1996 was almost eclipsed ...

Anne Boleyn at The Gamm
February 6, 2013 22 commentsby

Anne Boleyn at The Gamm

Many Americans have a sense of British history that comes from a smattering of watered down school lessons and reruns ...

Writing Is Live at Brown
February 6, 2013 3 commentsby

Writing Is Live at Brown

by Mary DeBerry Brown University’s Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies graduate program is at once highly selective and ...

‘Writing’ Exciting at Brown U
January 16, 2013 No Commentby

‘Writing’ Exciting at Brown U

Now in its third year, the Writing is Live Festival at Brown University is an exciting opportunity to see a ...

Winter Dance Preview
January 10, 2013 3 commentsby

Winter Dance Preview

With the season’s first snowstorm behind us and the mercury dropping to bone-chilling levels, RI’s winter dance offerings are ready ...

Over the “Edge”
January 10, 2013 13 commentsby

Over the “Edge”

Now that the holiday season is over, we can safely put aside the family fare and turn from heartwarming messages ...

Putting Olneyville on the MAP
January 10, 2013 No Commentby

Putting Olneyville on the MAP

As more arts programs disappear from academic curricula, the Manton Avenue Project (MAP) is fighting back to educate and inspire ...