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Veronica Bruscini Veronica Bruscini is an avid theatergoer with a passion for the written word. She occasionally steps behind the curtain as a puppeteer and stage manager, and she has worked as the assistant director for three productions sponsored by the Holocaust through the Arts educational initiative. Psalm 111:10.


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Black Box Theatre Explores Life and Love in Wave III of Annual ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL through 8/26
August 18, 2012

For the third and final wave of the 2012 One Act Play Festival, Artists' Exchange presents six unique stories in the intimate Black Box Theatre. The characters and settings are as diverse as can be, but each play reflects similar subjects and themes: love and fear, life and death.

BWW Reviews: 2nd Story Theatre Closes Summer Season with Sparkling SABRINA FAIR
August 13, 2012

Warren's 2nd Story Theatre finishes its summer 2012 season with a modern-day fairy tale, SABRINA FAIR.

BWW Reviews: Dolly Parton’s Colorful, Energetic 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL Plays Theatre by the Sea
July 21, 2012

'9 to 5: the Musical' brims with infectious energy from the first notes of the title song; the production's engaging cast of characters and its madcap tale of corporate retribution keep that momentum going from start to finish.

BWW Reviews: Courthouse Center for the Arts Extends Outstanding Production of TITANIC
July 15, 2012

It's no wonder that the Courthouse Center for the Arts recently announced extended performances of 'Titanic,' this production is undeniably excellent in every respect.

BWW Reviews: 2nd Story Theatre's REBECCA - An Engaging Classic
July 10, 2012

Daphne du Maurier's classic, haunting novel Rebecca is an ambitious project to recreate on stage, but 2nd Story Theatre does the tale justice with a smart, well-paced and engaging production.

BWW Reviews: Theatre By The Sea Presents Beloved Classic THE SOUND OF MUSIC
June 23, 2012

Theatre By The Sea stages Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic 'The Sound of Music' as the second production of the 2012 summer season.

BWW Reviews: WHEN MAHALIA SINGS Makes a Joyful Sound at Trinity Rep
June 23, 2012

Mixed Magic Theatre and Trinity Repertory Company celebrate the life and legacy of legendary gospel singer Mahalia Jackson in 'When Mahalia Sings.'

BWW Reviews: FOREVER PLAID Brings Heart, Harmony & Laughs to Theatre By The Sea
June 3, 2012

Rhode Island summer stock favorite Theatre by the Sea opens its 2012 season on a high note with the nostalgic musical comedy FOREVER PLAID.

Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks - Rhode Island!
June 7, 2012

Rhode Island boasts a wealth of summertime must-see theater, from one-time special events to long-established returning favorites.

BWW Reviews: BURN THE FLOOR Dances into Providence with Pure Energy, Lots of Pizzazz
May 5, 2012

Burn the Floor brings controlled power, easy elegance and plenty of style to the Providence Performing Arts Center.

The Gamm Theatre Presents George Orwell's Haunting Vision of the Future: 1984
May 2, 2012

The year is 1984…or is it? In a world where Big Brother is always watching, the Thought Police monitor every word and action, and yesterday's news is literally rewritten to correspond with today's most pressing political concerns, even the most basic information - names, dates, key historical events - is distressingly unreliable.

BWW Reviews: Disney Theatricals and Cameron Mackintosh Re-imagine MARY POPPINS from Page to Screen to Stage
February 13, 2012

Chimney sweeps dance, artwork comes alive and, ultimately, Mary Poppins' influence restores the fraying family ties between Mr. and Mrs. Banks and their two children. Yet theatergoers expecting a close interpretation of Disney's classic 1964 film will find little familiar territory in the onstage production of Mary Poppins. The show's creators certainly reference the movie in the costumes and sets and, more notably, by incorporating many of the film's most popular songs. However, the children's interactions and adventures with their "practically perfect" nanny primarily reflect stories included in the original Mary Poppins book series by P.L. Travers.

BWW Reviews: IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE Live “On the Air” at Trinity Rep
December 16, 2011

Trinity Repertory Company is well on its way to establishing a new Christmastime tradition in Rhode Island. 'It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play' recreates the beloved 1946 Jimmy Stewart/Donna Reed film as a 1940s-style radio production, complete with an on-air announcer, a tireless Foley artist and a live studio audience.

BWW Reviews: Trinity Rep Delights with Innovative, Re-Imagined CHRISTMAS CAROL
November 28, 2011

Trinity Repertory Company's annual presentation of A Christmas Carol heralds the start of the Christmas season in Rhode Island. Over 35 years, the company has perfected the traditional performance of Dickens' tale, though each season brings creative alterations to keep the production fresh. The 2011 Christmas Carol is no exception, and this year's show brilliantly demonstrates Trinity's reputation as an ambitious and innovative company by removing Ebenezer Scrooge from nineteenth-century England and instead situating him in America, circa 1959.

BWW Reviews: Louisa May Alcott’s LITTLE WOMEN at 2nd Story Theatre
November 22, 2011

The 2nd Story Theatre company brings Louisa May Alcott's beloved classic, Little Women, to life on stage for the 2011 holiday season.

BWW Reviews: DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS! THE MUSICAL Brings a Holiday Classic to Life on Stage
November 16, 2011

He's green. He's grumpy. He's . . . the Grinch! The most beloved, cantankerous Christmas crank since Ebenezer Scrooge steps off of the page to charm audiences in Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical.

BWW Reviews: The Gamm Theatre Presents a Stellar Production of Shakespeare's HAMLET
November 10, 2011

William Shakespeare's timeless tragedy, Hamlet, proved a groundbreaking production for the Gamm Theatre (then operating as Alias Stage) in 1997. Now, 14 years later, the Gamm Theatre revisits that initial success in a truly first-rate restaging of the earlier, highly-acclaimed theatrical piece.

BWW Reviews: A Triumphant Ovation for LES MISÉRABLES 25th Anniversary Tour
November 3, 2011

The 25th anniversary tour of LES MISÉRABLES brilliantly captures the intense emotion and sublime beauty of its theatrical predecessor.



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