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It seems as if the world has finally caught up with Anton Chekhov. The 18th century Russian playwright was ahead of his time; his...

The face of author Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is familiar to us all; a countenance complete with kindly, slightly sad eyes and a smile that...

When one surveys an array of holiday presents, nothing beats a good variety. That’s the idea, this holiday season, at Warren’s 2nd Story Theatre,...

The theatre has often been nicknamed “The Fabulous Invalid.”  That is to say it is always dying; it is always making a miraculous recovery....

To commence the start of this year the Gamm Theater in Pawtucket has been transformed into a roughhewn medieval courtyard. Spectators are seated around...

“A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney” The omnificent man behind that omnipresent mouse is revealed in “A Public...

“Words, words. They’re all we have to go on”, notes Tom Stoppard, sagely, in his great Shakespearean riff “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”. Here...

The season of summer in New England provides a plethora of singular sensations, priceless moments and fun traditions. We boast of our patriotic parades,...

Live theater has the uncanny ability to transport us. Which is not only to say that the audience is given rare glimpses into, say,...

“Shock” is the first word of dialogue you hear in “Blackbird,” the harrowing drama now being performed at The Gamm Theatre, and it's apt:...