Community Players staging heavenly musical 

Those zany nuns are back in The Community Players’ “Nunsense II: The Second Coming.” In the raucous musical, it is six weeks after the nuns’ initial benefit performance, and the same five Little Sisters of Hoboken are back on stage at Mount Saint Helen’s School, ready to perform a thank you program for their supporters. […]

Musical deals with struggles surrounding Declaration of Independence

The Broadway hit “1776,” the Tony-award winning musical about the birth of American independence is playing at the Ocean State Theatre Company (OSTC), 1245 Jefferson Blvd., Warwick, through March 13. According to a release from the OSTC, “1776” follows John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Richard Henry Lee and Thomas Jefferson as they attempt to convince the members of […]

You can see Marshall Tucker

The legendary Marshall Tucker Band is scheduled to perform at the Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre in Woonsocket on Feb. 20, starting at 8 p.m. With hits such as “Heard It In a Love Song,” “Fire On The Mountain” and “Can’t You See,” the band earned seven gold and three platinum albums. Marshall Tucker sold […]

Audience likely to fall for Aimee Turner during Valentine’s Day show

Ocean State Theatre Company’s Producing Artistic Director Amiee Turner, who won rave reviews for her portrayal of Mama Rose in last summer’s production of “Gypsy,” will take the stage in her very own concert,  “Once in Love, with Amiee:  Puppy Love, Heartbreak and Ever After,” on Feb. 14 at 7:30 pm. Turner will give the audience a musical exploration of love, according […]

1964 honors Beatles

The Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre invites you to join 1964 The Tribute for a musical journey back to an era in rock history that will live forever. According to Jordan Harris, marketing director for the Stadium, 1964 The Tribute has been referred to as “the world’s best Beatles band” by the former president of […]

Thriller on tap at Jenks

The Community Players theater group is continuing its 95th anniversary season with Ira Levin’s comic thriller “Deathtrap.” In the play, Sidney Bruhl is a once-successful writer of Broadway thrillers. Unfortunately, he is suffering from a string of failures as well as a serious shortage of funds. Just in time, a former student sends him a […]

Concert for King

Stages of Freedom announces “Songs for the King,” a musical celebration of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. The free lunchtime concert is slated for Jan. 15 at noon at 100 Westminster St., Providence. Pianist Rod Luther will play selections and vocalists will sing songs from the civil rights era, including Stevie Wonder’s “Happy Birthday” […]

Add some spice to life attending Cerbo’s show

Rhode Island native Tony Cerbo will bring his Michael Buble and Harry Connick Jr. style of crooning to the Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre, 28 Monument Square, Woonsocket, for a show of Christmas music on Dec. 17. Breaking into the music scene in June 2008, Cerbo took New England by storm, according to Jordan Harris, […]

Lafayette Band concert helps Wickford shine

The Lafayette Band of North Kingstown will perform its 8th Annual Wickford Festival of Lights Concert on Dec. 4 at 7:15 p.m. in the First Baptist Church, 34 Main St., Wickford. The free concert for audience members of all ages is made possible by a grant from the North Kingstown Arts Council and Centreville Bank, according to a statement […]

Lafayette Band needs musicians of all levels

The Lafayette Band is seeking new members and invites musicians of all experience levels to join the group at its rehearsals every Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the North Kingstown High School band room, 150 Fairway Drive. Led by conductor Bethany Bromley, the nonprofit community concert band offers musicians an opportunity to continue […]