"Into The Breeches," the first production in The Players' 115th season, is a genial, good-natured comedy set during the Second World War.
"The Viewing Room" focuses on one of the most difficult events in anyone's life: The passing of a family member. But playwright Mark Edward Smith takes a comedic approach.
William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" is one of his most famous tragedies, a tale of love in a time of war. Burbage Theatre Company's production, which leads off their 2023-2024 season, features spellbinding performances and exquisite staging.
"Incident at Vichy" has a lot to say about the violence and degradation inflicted on others, as well as our moral responsibility to speak out against injustice.
Roundabout Productions' version features an extraordinary lead performance by Michael Pugliese as Willy Loman, a middle-class family man bent on self-destruction.
Burbage Theatre Company is closing out their season with "Red Velvet," a spellbinding look at intolerance in the world of theater.
The Rhode Island Gay Men's Chorus presented their spring concert series, "Are We There Yet?" at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center in Cranston from June 9-11.
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