Event/Performance

Submitted by tamason on Friday January 07, 2011

Don't miss Laughletics!

Laughletics is a competitive improv comedy show that plays like a sports match complete with a referee. Teams compete in improvised games in order to win laughs and applause from the audience. The teams will play

Submitted by tamason on Friday January 07, 2011

Long and the Short of It

Submitted by tamason on Friday January 07, 2011

Long and the Short of It

Providence's newest improv group performs a combination of long and short form improv. Every performance includes a mix of

Submitted by tamason on Friday January 07, 2011

A special library performance celebrating African American women songwriters--  Elizabeth Cotten, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Odetta, and
Kim Trusty.

This show will take you on a journey of 4 African American

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday January 05, 2011

RI Black Storytellers (RIBS) -- Family FUNDay!

Part of FUNDA FEST 13: A Celebration of Black Storytelling, taking place at venues across RI

Submitted by ppl_editor on Tuesday December 21, 2010

Rhode Island readers are invited to a Preview Party at the East Providence Public Library to learn about the 2011 Reading Across Rhode Island program and the selected title The Unforgiving Minute by Craig Mullaney.  Meet Honorary

Submitted by ppl_editor on Tuesday December 21, 2010

All Rhode Island readers are invited to a Preview Party at the Museum of Art in Warwick to learn about the 2011 Reading Across Rhode Island program and the selected title The Unforgiving Minute by Craig Mullaney.  Learn about the

Submitted by ppl_editor on Thursday December 02, 2010

Families are invited to stretch, play, pretend and free dance to fun and funky music. Put on your boogie shoes and express  yourself through this action packed movement program! No prior experience necessary...just come and have fun.

Submitted by Admin on Wednesday December 01, 2010

Holiday Benefit Performance

Submitted by ppl_editor on Monday November 01, 2010

A new holiday show from Living Literature, this is a 40-minute version of Jean Shepherd's "Duel in the Snow, or Red Rider Nails the Cleveland Street Kid" upon which the 1983 classic movie, A Christmas