Arts & Entertainment articles

C—Spotlight—Faces

‘Making Faces’ opening in Warren

‘Making Faces’ opening in Warren

Imago Foundation for the Arts will feature the work of artist member Howard Windham and guest artist John DeMelim in an exhibit through August 16. Windham calls the work that will be displayed “Making Faces.” He says, “Faces are fascinating. We see them everywhere, on people, animals, parking meters, plumbing fixtures….Our own faces are probably

C—Spotlight—AmBand

American Band summer pops in Portsmouth

The American Band will perform its annual summer pops concert on Thursday July 9 in Portsmouth. Led by  Musical Director & Conductor  Brian M. Cardany, 60 musicians will perform Armed Forces Salute,  “American Civil War Fantasy,” “Opening Night on Broadway,” “As Time Goes By,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” and “Stars & Stripes Forever,” among other

C—Spotlight—Sandywoods

Phil Madeira and Brian McKenzie in Tiverton

Phil Madeira (pictured) is a Grammy Award winning multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter, producer, artist, and author who has spent more than 20 years contributing to the recordings of artists such as The Civil Wars, Amy Grant, Alison Krauss, Vanessa Williams, Keb’ Mo’, Julie Miller, Mark Heard, and Phil Keaggy, among others. Brian McKenzie is an old

C—Spotlight—OceanState copy

Comedians Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell at Ocean State

Rob Bartlett (pictured) started in stand-up comedy at Richard M. Dixon’s White House Inn, a talent showcase club on New York’s Long Island run by the presidential look-alike. He has headlined at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Atlantic City’s Tropicana and Hilton Hotels, Mohegan Sun, and Foxwoods Resort and Casino. On television,

C—Spotlight—Sandywoods

Michael Smith at Sandywoods

One of the most captivating songwriters in the folk arena, celebrated musician Michael Peter Smith has toured the United States and Canada for nearly five decades. He creates new work on a constant basis, and music’s finest performers record his songs. Wherever he is—touring concert venues, clubs, theaters, folk festivals, at house concerts, or teaching

vufine

An affordable alternative to Google Glasses

Vufine, Inc. has recently launched a Kickstarter campaign with the goal of bring their easy-to-use, wearable display to the masses. Unlike other smart glass technology, Vufine is a wearable display, not a computer, which attaches to any pair of glasses by using a magnetic docking station. Vufine plugs in to a wide variety of devices with

C—Spotlight—Trinity

‘Melancholy Play’ at Trinity

Trinity Rep closes out Season 51: The Necessity of Human Connection with the world premiere of Tony-nominated playwright Sarah Ruhl and composer Todd Almond’s “Melancholy Play: a chamber musical”, directed by Obie Award-winner Liesl Tommy. Featuring Charlie Thurston as Frank and Rachael Warren as Tilly. WHERE: Trinity Rep’s Dowling Theater, 201 Washington St., Providence WHEN:

Photo Credit:  Richard W. Dionne, Jr.

“Venus in Fur’ in Warren

A beleaguered director, desperate to cast his stage adaptation of a classic sadomasochistic tale, “Venus in Fur,” reluctantly auditions an equally desperate actress. As the casting session simmers, lines blur between play and reality when the two enter a dangerous game of submission and domination that only one can win. Lara Hakeem and Richard Derry (pictured)

we advice you on question where you can buy ambien online cheap

i can advice you how to buy tramadol online tracking on USA tracking on USA
Top