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Yael Deckelbaum at Sandywoods

Yael Deckelbaum at Sandywoods

Israeli singer-songwriter Yael Deckelbaum is a founding member of Habanot Nechama, a superb female folk trio composed of Yael, Karolina Avratz, and Dana Adini. Their self-titled album was released in 2007 in Israel, where it went gold within three weeks and platinum soon thereafter. The album has also been released in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

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The Rupert Wates Trio in Tiverton

Rupert Wates has been a full-time songwriter since the late 1990’s. He has written songs in all kinds of styles for all kinds of artists, but is best known for his acoustic, melodic art/folk material. You are invited to attend this very special area performance by this award-winning songwriter and his trio. The group will

"Other Desert Cities" featuring Ara Boghigian and Sharon Carpentier, at 2nd Story Theatre in Warren through April 12. Credit: Richard W. Dionne, Jr.

Now playing, ‘Other Desert Cities’ suits Warren theatre’s return to the round

The theatre has often been nicknamed “The Fabulous Invalid.”  That is to say it is always dying; it is always making a miraculous recovery. That is indeed the nature of the arts in general; their fortunes rise and ebb with a society’s economy and traditional art forms fear always competition from all the other distractions

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Chuck Williams and Mike Laureanno in Tiverton

Singer-songwriter Chuck Williams is a frequent Sandywoods performer and an audience favorite. In addition to performing throughout New England, Chuck is president of the Rhode Island Songwriters Association. Mike Laureanno (pictured) represents old-school songwriting at its very best: poignant themes and heartfelt imagery that allow the listener to experience a slice of Americana through the

Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. — Josh B. Audino and Lauren Vine rehearse a scene from "Little Shop of Horrors."

EPHS Theatre troop presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School Musical Theatre troop presents “Little Shop of Horrors” as its annual spring production for the 2014-15 term. “Little Shop of Horrors” has its origins to renowned “B” film director Roger Corman, whose film of the same name debuted in 1960. The crux of the story is about

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Bäverstam/Finehouse Duo in Rehoboth

Arts in the Village hosts the Bäverstam/Finehouse Duo, which is making its first appearance in the concert series. Cellist Sebastian Bäverstam and pianist Constantine Finehouse have performed over 100 recitals since their first collaboration in 2003. In 2011, they released their first disc featuring works by Brahms, Shostakovich, and Boston composer Tony Schemmer. Their program this evening

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