Mary DeBerry

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,, 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.

The Taming of the Shrew Brings Joy to Outdoor Venue

  The summertime tradition of Shakespeare in the park is truly delightful. This year The Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre (TRIST) presents Taming of the Shrew at the Roger Williams Memorial, North Main Street, Providence. Directed by Bob Colonna, this production is great entertainment for a summer’s eve. Colonna directs with an eye for the outdoor […]

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Ant’ny Claus — A Dysfunctional Family Christmas

If you’re looking for something completely different (nods to Monty Python) this holiday season, take time to see this uproarious original story, Ant’ny Claus: A Dysfunctional Family Christmas, produced by the Academy Players.  The character and the play spring from the mind of Rhode Island comic, actor and director Frank O’Donnell. So yes, expect a […]

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