IN  THE HOOD Trinity Rep's 'House." [Photo by Mark Turek]


ARTISTS' EXCHANGE|401.490.9475| artists-exchange.org | 50 Rolfe Sq, Cranston

June 6-30:BOB: Blessed Be the Dysfunction That Binds, written and performed by Anne Pasquale

BLACK BOX THEATRE|401.490.9475| artists-exchange.org | At Theatre 82, 82 Rolfe Sq, Cranston

July 12-Aug 4: The 8th Annual One-Act Play Festival

BROWN/TRINITY PLAYWRIGHTS REP|401.863.2838| playwrightsrep.com | At Leeds Theatre, 77 Waterman St, Providence

July 10-13 + Aug 2:Melena A High-Energy Drama, by Emily Young

July 17-20 + Aug 1:The Hunchback of Seville, by Charise Castro Smith

July 24-27 + 31: July 24-27 + 31: The Gospel of Lovingkindness, by Marcus Gardley

CONTEMPORARY THEATER|401.218.0282| thecontemporarytheater.com | 327 Main St, Wakefield

June 21-July 13:Fuddy Meers, by David Lindsay-Abaire

July 19-Aug 10:A Flea In Her Ear, by Georges Feydeau

Aug 16-Sept 7:Bob, by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb

COUNTER-PRODUCTIONS THEATRE COMPANY|401.490.9475| artists-exchange.org | At Theatre 82, 82 Rolfe Sq, Cranston

June 7-16:Speed-the-Plow, by David Mamet

EPIC THEATRE COMPANY | At the Hope Artiste Village, 999 Main St, Pawtucket |  epictheatreri.org

Through June 8: Through June 8: Alice In Wonderland, a version of Lewis Carroll's work created by the Manhattan Project

June 7-22:Fire Island, by Charles Mee

July 5-27:This Might Be It: An Examination of a Possible Apocalypse, by Kevin Broccoli

Aug 9-24:Dividing the Estate, by Horton Foote

GRANITE THEATRE|401.596.2341| granitetheatre.com | 1 Granite St, Westerly

Through June 9:The Exact Center of the Universe, by Joan Vail Thorne

June 21-July 21:Boeing Boeing, by Mar Camoletti

July 26-Aug 25:Skin Flick, by Norm Foster

Sept 6-20:The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie

MIXED MAGIC THEATRE|401.305.7333| mmtri.com | At Hope Artiste Village, 999 Main Street, Pawtucket

June 12-30:House In Providence, by Kevin Broccoli, adapted from Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov

NEWPORT PLAYHOUSE & CABARET RESTAURANT|401.848.PLAY| newportplayhouse.com | 102-104 Connell Hwy

Through July 7:Beau Jest, by James Sherman

July 11-Aug 18:Hallelujah Girls, by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten

Aug 22-Sept 29:The Love List, by Norm Foster

OCEAN STATE THEATRE COMPANY|401.921.6800| oceanstatetheatre.org | 1245 Jefferson Blvd, Warwick

July 10-28:Legally Blonde: The Musical

OPERA PROVIDENCE401.331.6060| operaprovidence.org | At the Columbus Theatre, 270 Broadway, Providence

June 14, 15 + 21 + 23:The Pirates of Penzance, by Gilbert & Sullivan

PROVIDENCE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER|401.421.ARTS| ppacri.org | 220 Weybosset St

Sept 8-15:Evita

2ND STORY THEATRE|401.247.4200| 2ndstorytheatre.com | 28 Market St, Warren

July 5-Aug 30:The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie

July 12-Sept 1:The Murder Room, by Jack Sharkey

— At the Bristol Statehouse, 240 High St

Through June 30:The Exonerated, by Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank, presented in conjunction with Mixed Magic Theatre

STADIUM THEATRE|401.762.4545| stadiumtheatre.com | Monument Sq, Woonsocket

July 13: Rather Dapper Entertainment presents Neighbors

Aug 16: Encore Summer Stock presents Thoroughly Modern Millie

THEATRE BY THE SEA|401.782.TKTS| theatrebythe sea.biz | 364 Cards Pond Rd, Matunuck

Through June 16:Nunsense

June 19-July 13:Cats

July 17-Aug 10:Annie

Aug 14-Sept 1:La Cage Aux Folles

TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY|401.351.4242| trinityrep.com | 201 Washington St, Providence

Through June 30:House and Garden, by Alan Ayckbourn

THE WILBURY GROUP|401.400.7100thewilburygroup.org | At the Trinity Theater at the Southside Cultural Center, 393 Broad St, Providence

Through June 8:The Threepenny Opera, by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill

June 20-29:It's a Spaceship Now, by Stuart Wilson

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