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  To describe The Gamm Theatre’s production of Anton Chekov’s classic play “Uncle Vanya” ‘heartfelt’ is apt, but a gross understatement. Incredibly … more
There's not much that can warm up a dark winter's night like a good laugh — and with February (and a pretty cold winter) upon us, an evening with The Bit Players is just the antidote. If you've … more
St. John’s Church Art Gallery will stage the opening of its third show on Friday evening, Feb. 9 from 5- to 7 p.m. The presenting artists will be R.W. Alley, Mary Jane Begin — both … more
PORTSMOUTH — Two Portsmouth High School students are doing their part to put more guitars into the hands of their classmates. more
PORTSMOUTH — Carol Strause FitzSimonds of Portsmouth, a printmaker and bookmaker, is in rare company. She was one of only five American artists invited to exhibit work at the third … more
PORTSMOUTH — In keeping with its goal of opening its door to wider segments of the community, Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) is hosting an upcoming art exhibit … more
Rhode Island and East Bay audiences are accustomed to seeing great plays at Warren’s 2nd Story Theater. The current offering, “The Boys Next Door”, the acclaimed play by Rhode … more
Bristol Theatre Company is holding auditions for "Tinsel & Tales, A Variety Show" on Oct. 17 and 18 from 6 to 8:30 p.m., at 235 High St., Bristol. The show will feature a variety of performers, … more
The Gamm Theatre has kicked off their season in a delightful way, with a sparkling and insightful production of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Deftly directed by … more
PORTSMOUTH — One of the goals for the venerable Common Fence Music series has been to build a younger audience, and new artistic director Erin Young said it may have found the … more
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