Events:

  • A Christmas for Carol

    Co-workers love Carol, but this time of year she gets on everyone’s last nerve, so they formulate a plan for the company party that night. With wacky office hijinks, pranks,

    November 1 - December 31
  • Sense & Sensibility

    A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters – sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne – after their father’s sudden death

    November 18 - December 11
  • Miracle on 34th Street

    This is a tale that we want to believe in, that creates a world free of the blatant commercialism that surrounds us, where love and decency and generosity of spirit

    December 1 - December 18
  • Church Basement Ladies

    This musical comedy based on recipes, food, and change in the church is heart-warming, and down to earth. It may remind you of many people you know from churches everywhere.

    December 1 - December 11
  • The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberly

    Whether upstairs or downstairs, the residents are able to explore the confines of class and discover the warmth of family and the generosity of forgiveness in this charming spin-off of

    December 2 - December 11
  • A Christmas Carol

    Un-bah your humbug and get in the spirit of Christmas!

    December 8 - December 18
  • A Christmas Carol

    Scrooge is back! The Royal Shakespeare Company’s take on A Christmas Carol.

    December 9 - December 18
  • The Wolves

    A story about nine girls on an indoor soccer team navigating big questions and waging tiny battles.

    December 9 - December 11
  • Josh Adam Meyers

    Comedian and host of the Goddamn Comedy Jam. Multiple times.

    December 9 - December 10
  • Soul Power Pre-Show: Structure Sounds/ Salem Wolves/ Jaimee Danger

    From DJs to original local rock and back again.

    December 9

Marilyn A. Busch

Over the years Marilyn has worn more theatrical hats than she can count: actress, director, costume designer, playwright, make-up artist, comedienne, publicist, marketing guru, graphic designer and chauffeur, a talent that comes in handy to this day. A true Rhode Island girl, Marilyn saw her first musical at Theater by the Sea, fell in love with acting after having Looking Glass Theater visit to her school, spent her summers with Cumberland Company and received her BA in Theater Performance from RI College. Over the years Marilyn has worked with Trinity Rep, AS220, Perishable Theatre, Community Players, Alias Stage, National Black Theater Festival and has written for Providence Monthly, The NicePaper and more. Follow her on Twitter @madbusch or shoot her an email at marilynbusch@gmail.com.

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