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In Breakfast with Curtis, art mirrors life

Film Dept.
On a sultry afternoon a visitor parks her old Volvo on a leafy street of lumbering Victorian houses.
By: CHRISTINA BEVILACQUA  |  August 01, 2012


A perishing theatre gives way to a new one

The Stage
Living up to theoretician Gordon Craig's ideal of the "perishable" theatre as one nimble, flexible, and light on its feet, Providence's Perishable Theatre remained fresh for its 28-year shelf life; it shuttered this year because funding sources — not new ideas — had dried up.
By: CHRISTINA BEVILACQUA  |  December 23, 2011


Trying to cut mail service: Emblem of a world gone wrong

The post
For five years, my mortgage has been due the 16th of the month, and only last month did I nearly miss a payment.
By: CHRISTINA BEVILACQUA  |  February 18, 2009


Call me Ishmael: 25 hours straight with Moby-Dick

Melville Mania
Call me Impetuous.
By: CHRISTINA BEVILACQUA  |  January 15, 2009
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