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Weekend Highlight: 42nd Street at PPAC

Catch it before it’s gone! 42nd Street is coming to the Providence Performing Arts Center for the weekend only. Tickets range from $34-$76 a seat. The quintessential tap dance extravaganza, 42nd STREET, is essentially Broadway’s ‘reality show’ filled with backstage drama centered around the American dream of becoming a star. Musically, it includes some of…

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Future Mondays at Aurora Providence

The 2nd FUTURE MONDAYS performance is TONIGHT! Each and every Monday, a dazzling array of artists and musicians will grace the Aurora stage to enact a performance which will benefit an organization selected as the chosen beneficiary of the month. MARCH will benefit Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement! Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement (Familia: TQLM) is the only…

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Weekend Round Up: 3.17.17

Funeral and Irish Wake for the Fogarty Building 100 Fountain Street :: Friday 17th :: 4pm :: Free Celebrate the life and times of the late Fogarty building with John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Culture Heritage, Providence Preservation Society, and Doors Open Rhode Island.  Read more about the event here.   Preview of…

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Weekend Round Up: 3.10.17

Our Country’s Good: Play at the Pell Chafee Performance Center 87 Empire St. :: Friday March 10th :: 7:30pm   The Boom Box 122 Fountain street :: Friday March 10th :: 5pm-2am Drink some sake and sing your heart out! Rent a room or belt it out loud and proud in the main lounge.   Morning…

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A Midsummer night’s Dream

Trinity Repertory Company presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Tyler Dobrowsky, and featuring resident acting company members Rachael Warren as Puck and Fred Sullivan, Jr. as Bottom. In one of Shakespeare’s most beloved romantic comedies, four fantastic stories are woven together in a single fanciful night: the wedding of an Athenian Duke to his…

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Burbage Theater Company Presents: Don’t Be Evil

“Don’t Be Evil” -Company Motto, Google    January 25th – Feb 27th :: Aurora Providence In this dark comedy about interrogation and innovation, a computer programmer is arrested after the search engine he designs answers “yes” to the question “is the government of the United States evil?” Desperate, he strikes a deal with his captors, agreeing…

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In Downcity Weekend Highlight: The Mountaintop

Katori Hall’s Olivier Award-winning play, The Mountaintop, kicks off 2017 at Trinity Repertory Company and continues the 53rd season, Ghosts of the Past, Dreams of the Future. Directed by Kent Gash, performances run January 12 – February 12, 2017 in Trinity Rep’s Dowling Theater.   ABOUT THE PLAY It is April 3, 1968. Martin Luther…

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Highlights from The Trail We Left Behind

Wow. We were totally blown away by the public art happenings in Kennedy Plaza this past Tuesday. Here are some of our favorite moments. Don’t miss the Doppelgänger Dance Collective’s final shows on Thursday August 11th at 12:30pm and 5:15pm!         Shura Baryshnikov and Danielle Davidson of Doppelgänger Dance Collective will premiere a…

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Weekend Round Up: 1.6.17

  LIVE BAIT AS220 Black Box ::95 Empire Street :: Friday January 6th :: 8:00pm :: $7 Working What’s working for you? What’s working against you? Are you working out in a gym or working out problems? Let us know with Live Bait’s January theme: “Working.” Does this theme feel like work to you? If…

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The Mountaintop at Trinity Rep

Katori Hall’s Olivier Award-winning play, The Mountaintop, kicks off 2017 at Trinity Repertory Company and continues the 53rd season, Ghosts of the Past, Dreams of the Future. Directed by Kent Gash, performances run January 12 – February 12, 2017 in Trinity Rep’s Dowling Theater.   ABOUT THE PLAY It is April 3, 1968. Martin Luther…

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