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The Lieutenant of Inishmore at Conley's Wharf

The Lieutenant of Inishmore at Conley's Wharf

Real terrorists don't care about anything other than the cause - they'll murder and maim 'til the cows come home and not flinch a muscle....
By webteam  |  January 04, 2011

The con goes on

David Mamet has always had a professional fascination with confidence men who pretend to be businessmen.
2nd Story’s The Voysey Inheritance
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  April 02, 2010
hugging list

No direction home

The intense Hugging the Shoulder , by Jerrod Bogard, is the latest play presented by Theater of Thought (through August 8), actor and director Amber Kelly's vehicle for boiling-pot relationship dramas in inventively appropriate settings.
Hugging the Shoulder spins its wheels
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  August 07, 2009

Into the woods

In its several productions, the Narragansett-based Theater of Thought has finessed the problem quite nicely — by making us flies on that wall, as the expression goes.  
Theater of Thought’s Brilliant Traces
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  October 16, 2008