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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.

Young Newsies Star Gets Chance to Shine

Newsies, the high-energy, Tony Award-winning musical leaps into Providence for a limited run October 20-25 at the Providence Performing Arts Center. While on Broadway, the show broke numerous attendance records and received 23 theatrical award nominations. The show has developed an almost cult-like following of fans across the country. Joey Barreiro stars in the touring […]

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Community Players’ “Doubt” Is a Quality Production

The Community Players finish their 94th season this month with the tense drama, Doubt: A Parable, which plays at Jenks Auditorium July 10 through July 19. The play draws attention not only because of the screen version starring locally educated actress, Viola Davis, but also because any performance that involves Catholicism tends to draw attention. […]

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Atomic Bride of X Minus One Invades AS220

The current show of Counter-Productions Theatre at AS220 is their delightful, every-other-year homage to classic stories of science fiction. This year, the show named Atomic Bride of X-1 is a collection of four one-act stories originally written as radio plays in the 1950s. Says Ted Clement, artistic director of the Counter-Productions Theater, “From the far horizons […]

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