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SALT showcases Lindsay-Abaire and Broccoli
Intending to enhance the flavor of local theater, SALT (Stage Actors Live Theater) is presenting its second production at Artists' Exchange in Cranston through January 29.
| January 27, 2012
Review: Epic Theatre’s fascinating Kiss Kiss
Good theater doesn't take much besides talent Kiss Kiss , adapted and directed by Kevin Broccoli and presented by his Epic Theatre Company, couldn't be simpler in any regard, and it's simply terrific.
The circle game
| August 19, 2011
Review: Black Box’s One-Act Play Festival
The more the merrier seems to be the theme of the sixth annual Black Box Theatre One-Act Play Festival, with the first of two nine-play "Waves" running through August 14 (a second will be staged August 19-28).
Cutting to the chase
| August 12, 2011
Review: Epic Theatre Company stages Charlie’s Funeral
Summer is the time for light beach reading and, sometimes, theater that can be consumed like little snacks.
131 tales, one life
| July 22, 2011
Review: 2nd Story's thought-provoking Nuts
To better convey the look and feel of the sanity hearing portrayed, the production is being staged in the courtroom setting of the historic Bristol Statehouse. It's being directed with agility by Mark Peckham.
| June 24, 2011
Review: Burbage's manic The Maderati
Pity the poor, rich Manhattan literati within seduction distance, or at least bon mot range, of artistic celebrities.
The art of pretension
| May 06, 2011
Review: Elemental's hit-and-miss 'Go.Go Plays'
Elemental Theatre Collective's "Go.Go Plays" have been an imaginative grab bag of one-acts since 2007, and the fifth annual event is no exception.
Finding the funny
| February 11, 2011
Let's get physical (maybe)
If Kevin Broccoli weren't so loose and hip, he might be called a raconteur.
Kevin Broccoli's That Might Not Be Sex
| July 23, 2010
It’s good to be king
After being out of the local theater scene for a couple of decades, the Rhode Island Shakespeare Theater (TRIST) is back, staging an outdoor production of Henry VIII at the Roger Williams National Memorial Park, on North Main Street in Providence, thro
TRIST takes Henry VIII outdoors
| June 18, 2010
How to tell the truth
You may never have been so upset about being a twentysomething virgin that you hired a sexual surrogate for professional help, but odds are that if you had you’d just gulp and keep it to yourself.
Phil Goldman has a lot to say
| March 26, 2010
The human condition
Kevin Broccoli, the writer and directorial ringmaster, announced before the performance that we were going to see not a play, but rather an experiment.
Who’s to say what’s Crazy ?
| November 27, 2009
Interesting premise. The Last Days of Judas Iscariot , by Stephen Adly Guirgis, suggests what could happen if Judas, the most despised of the New Testament villains, were put on trial in purgatory.
Taking stock of Judas Iscariot
| May 22, 2009
The joy of excess
When Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show came to the British stage in 1973 and the infamous picture show followed two years later, there was proof that more is more.
The time-warping camp of The Rocky Horror Show
| October 29, 2008
News and exposés about the Iraq war have been draining us mosquito-style over the years.
URI finds humor at the White House
| October 16, 2007
Mixing it up
Perishable Theatre has dedicated itself to being a research theater, adopting a chemistry lab flask in its logo to emphasize the point.
Perishable’s Fledging Festival
| August 14, 2007
The droll, real-life satirical essays of David Sedaris have been amusing his fans for years.
The Sedarises’ silly Book of Liz
| July 02, 2007
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