“A Kind of Providence” is a play in which the essence of the city shines through in all its diversity, grit and creativity.
Arts & Culture
Local music, theater and art performances to spice up and spook out your Halloweek
Fanny Howe advocated for racial equality in the 1960s. She draws inspiration from philosophers of the early 20th century.
“I want to be Rhode Island’s Pickle,” said Zared Goldfarb, his confident ambition providing a stark contrast to his unassuming appearance.
Music from the around the world resounded in Alumnae Hall, where dancers’ festive choreography mingled with aromas of international dishes.
These are plot twists in store for viewers at “Flickers: Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival,” which opened its 15th season Monday.
“Belzhar” is miles away from Wolitzer’s previous setting at a utopian summer camp for the arts.
A brief overview of gallery exhibits on view this month.
“Song for a Future Generation,” which opened last night in the Production Workshop Downspace, tells a peculiar and hilarious fable that unfolds into different story lines.
Though Rhode Island is small, the volitions and achievements of women in its history of education, literature, art and advocacy surpass its size.