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Late playwright Wasserstein's big question resonates today as it did 25 years ago Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles" tried to answer 'the' central question of feminism—can women have it all—more than 25 years ago, through Heidi … more
Trinity Rep's annual production of "A Christmas Carol" kicked off well before Thanksgiving, and as loathsome as many people find attempts to rush the seasons (mostly retail driven), this Trinity tradition is definitely a notable exception. … more
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, as a band of merrymakers present the appropriately titled “Story Theatre” by Paul Sills. The … more
The theatre has often been nicknamed “The Fabulous Invalid.”  That is to say it is always dying; it is always making a miraculous recovery. That is indeed the nature of the arts in general; their fortunes rise and ebb with a society’s economy … more
To commence the start of this year the Gamm Theater in Pawtucket has been transformed into a roughhewn medieval courtyard. Spectators are seated around and about two wooden platforms; as we enter strolling players are warming up and genially … more
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