Photo Flash: WomensWork Presents LAST LISTS OF MY MAD MOTHER Photo Photo Flash: WomensWork Presents LAST LISTS OF MY MAD MOTHER
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2019

Lynne Collinson, WomensWork's Creative Director says, “Last Lists of My Mad Mother, ticks all the boxes for the type of play WomensWork wants to explore:  a well written script, meaningful material, and a story told from a woman's point-of-view that features women over the age of 40 – an underserved on-stage demographic. The play takes us on an emotional journey of discovery that's ultimately simple, true, and relevant for anyone who has been a caregiver or watched the decline of a loved one.

WomensWork Theatre Collaborative Presents LAST LISTS OF MY MAD MOTHER Photo WomensWork Theatre Collaborative Presents LAST LISTS OF MY MAD MOTHER
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2019

WomensWork Theatre Collaborative opens its Season of Madness on October 26 with LAST LISTS OF MY MAD MOTHER, by Julie Jensen, a poignant and poetic look at how a primary caregiver struggles to hold on to her humor and humanity as her mother's mind rapidly deteriorates, and as her sister phones in advice from afar.

WomensWork Theatre Collaborative Announces Season #WomensWorkRI Photo WomensWork Theatre Collaborative Announces Season #WomensWorkRI
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2019

WomensWork Theatre Collaborative will present a trio of plays about madness in 2019-2020, the Collaborative's first full season of programming. 

Epic Begins 2019 With THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA Photo Epic Begins 2019 With THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2018

In the great tradition of innovative and inspiring Epic productions of classics such as 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' and 'The Little Foxes,' Epic Theatre Company is beginning a brand new year with a fresh look at an undisputed masterpiece--Federico Garcia Lorca's 'The House of Bernarda Alba' in an acclaimed new adaptation by Emily Mann, with direction by Carol Schlink, and featuring Michelle L. Walker as Bernarda.

WomensWork Theatre Collaborative Comes To Cranston Photo WomensWork Theatre Collaborative Comes To Cranston
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2018

Juliet was traditionally played by a boy. A man played Medea. For centuries, women have been consigned to play lesser parts in the creation and production of theater. And even as progress is being made, gender and age parity, onstage and off, continues to be a major issue in the theater. 

TRANS VIEWS to Tour Rhode Island Photo TRANS VIEWS to Tour Rhode Island
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2018

URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program with Rhode Island State Council of Churches present Trans Views touring production by Frank V. Toti, Jr. May 11th - June 8th.

TRANS VIEWS to Tour Rhode Island Photo TRANS VIEWS to Tour Rhode Island
by BWW News Desk - May 11, 2018

URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program with Rhode Island State Council of Churches present Trans Views touring production by Frank V. Toti, Jr. May 11th - June 8th.

TRANS VIEWS to Tour Rhode Island Photo TRANS VIEWS to Tour Rhode Island
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2018

URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program with Rhode Island State Council of Churches present Trans Views touring production by Frank V. Toti, Jr. May 11th - June 8th.

BWW Reviews: Epic's TRIBES a Resounding Success
by David De Almo - Jan 20, 2014

There's a ton of dysfunctional family dramadies in contemporary theatre right now, and even on local stages competing against each other - but nothing is like Epic Theatre Company's latest production, "Tribes."

Review: Dark at the Top of the Stairs at 2nd Story Theatre
by Randy Rice - Mar 17, 2009

Directed by Ed Shea, this family drama by William Inge is a slice of life, with subtext a la mode

2nd Story's State of the Union
by Randy Rice - Aug 12, 2007

2nd Story Theatre in Warren, RI may have exceeded its artistic reach with the second in a summer series of plays.

Photo Flash: 2nd Story's 'State of the Union'
by Randy Rice - Aug 9, 2007

State of the Union, which is the Warren, RI theater's second summer production runs August 10 - September 1.