Arts & Culture

3:12 pm
Mon May 6, 2002

Peter Pan

Mauro Hantman, in the title role of Peter Pan, in Trinity Repertory's staging.

The Trinity Repertory Company puts an American spin on an English adaptation of the 1908 classic "Peter Pan."

Providence, RI –

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Arts & Culture
12:55 pm
Fri April 26, 2002

Bow to a Master

Dave Douglas
Photo by Joann Savio

A new album by trumpeter Dave Douglas serves up the infinite possibilities of the unique music of Miles Davis.

Boston, MA –

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2:10 pm
Mon April 8, 2002

Short Classics

Scene from \"Short Attention Span Classics\" presented by 2nd Story Theatre.

2nd Story Theatre is staging "Short-Attention Span Classics," a festival of four programs that feature brief plays by major playwrights.

Warren, RI –

2nd Story Theatre figures that today's theatergoers, weaned on television and movies, are tired of plays that take hours to cut to the chase. So why not stage a series of plays that make their point in 30 minutes and under? 2nd Story Theatre director Ed Shea says that the festival of short plays provides a new experience for all kinds of theatergoers.

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Arts & Culture
1:24 pm
Fri April 5, 2002

Weird Lost World

An exhibition of works by Renaissance master Cosm? Tura gives this neglected artist a chance to finally take center stage.

Cambridge, MA –

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Arts & Culture
11:53 am
Wed April 3, 2002

Panic Room

Director David Fincher's new movie, starring Jodie Foster, is a thriller about an unsafe armor-plated home.

Providence, RI –

The public?s hunger for a good chill that doesn?t involve terrorists or anthrax probably explains why the just-released ?Panic Room? set a new Easter weekend box office record. And if anyone should have been able to give it to them, it?s the film?s director, David Fincher.

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3:00 pm
Tue April 2, 2002

Play Picks for April

Maurice Hines in \"Guys and Dolls\" at the Colonial Theatre in Boston through April 14, 2002.
Photo by Carol Rosegg

April's theater choices range from strange puppeteers and a compact re-telling of "Faust" to two world premieres that deal legacies of intolerance in America.

Providence, Rhode Island –

Here is an opinionated list of shows premiering this month that look promising at least on paper -- but, of course, I take no responsibility for eventual reality.

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10:22 am
Wed March 27, 2002


Scence from \"Homebody/Kabul\"
Photo by T. Charles Erickson

Playwright Tony Kushner has a knack for seeing into the future. In 1998 he began writing "Homebody/Kabul" a play about life in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime.

Providence, RI –

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