My first experience with “Hamlet” was watching an episode of “The Simpsons.” To a young boy of five or six, nothing could be more spectacular.
Arts & Culture
“The Imaginary Invalid,” “Steel Magnolias” and “‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” come to the stages of Providence.
Margulies sat down with The Herald to talk about his love-hate relationship with Hollywood and Jason Segel’s upcoming role as David Foster Wallace.
For many members of the community, thoughts about food extend beyond thoughts of where to go to get it cheap — and, if they’re lucky, good.
“Hype Hero” brings over-the-top satire to the stage, eliciting laughs at the outrageous until a sense of reality simply elicits outrage.
The Food Truck Festival celebrated the 20th anniversary of BrUOG, which works to develop new treatments for cancers.
The first satisfying feature of “She” — the exhibit with the subtitle “picturing women at the turn of the 21st century” — is its not having the name “Her.”
In three weeks, the Fox Point neighborhood favorite will close its doors.
Exploding magic tricks in an elementary school classroom and rounds of chess with Janitor Jim marked a journey governed by dyslexia and ADHD for Flink ’02.
“A Kind of Providence” is a play in which the essence of the city shines through in all its diversity, grit and creativity.