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By PHILLIPE & JORGE  |  February 9, 2006

A Bozo in Love
Rick Adam, a good friend of P&J, will be in town this weekend for a couple of special shows at Perishable Theatre. A Bozo In Love is described as “a special Valentine treat . . . a great love story for grownups, in song, mime, narration, shadow mime, and who knows!” The back-story on this has to do with the true tale of Rick flying halfway around the world on a blind date. He threads in other tales of loves lost, loves found, healing and rapture.

Rick, a Pawtucket native, is a multi-talented artist who has been performing, teaching, and inspiring people of all ages for more than 25 years. He has toured everywhere, including fairs, festivals, elementary schools, colleges, and from Russia to maximum-security prisons. He has acted with the Trinity Rep and appeared in films and on television. His one-man band appeared on the PBS show The Lonesome Pine Specials.

The estimable Bob Colonna is directing these performances, which will be staged for only two nights, Friday and Saturday, February 10 and 11 at 8 pm. Tickets are $15 ($9 for students and seniors). Seating is limited, so call 888.580.5941 for reservations (do not call Perishable for tickets). Perishable is at 95 Empire Street, Providence. Go and have some fun with our pal Rick.

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