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Acting And Playwriting Classes At Perishable

Make this the year you do that thing you always wanted to do. A few opportunities from Perishable start this month. If you’ve always wanted to act, write a play, make people laugh with a hilarious improv, or shake it up on the burlesque stage,

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Jingle Belles & A Few Balls — This Weekend

Tickets are still available for Perishable Theatre’s annual holiday extravaganza and fundraiser — a fun evening of camp, burlesque and sexy door prizes. (I’ve attended this show for a couple of years now — it’s the real deal. These ladies know how to strip, and

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‘Blood From A Turnip’ Puppet Salon

It’s that time of the every other month again. ‘Blood From a Turnip’ — which has been bringing short form puppetry to adult audiences for over a dozen years at Perishable Theatre — is doing it again this Friday at 10pm.  The other thing they’ve

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Hedwig Humanities Panel Continues

“When The Words Fail Us: Art and Trans Identities” To extend the conversation that started last weekend during previews of Perishable’s production of John Cameron Mitchell’s Hedwig and The Angry Inch, Perishable, in partnership with Rhode Island Council For the Humanities, The Rhode Island Foundation’s

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Hedwig Tickets On Sale Now

Tickets are now on sale for the Perishable Theatre production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Performances will run from April 16 through May 9. Written by John Cameron Mitchell with composer Stephen Trask, Hedwig is . . . . . . a boisterous, exuberant

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Winter Classes At Perishable

Sign up now for something different. Perishable issues this invitation. Does winter get you down? Combat those short drab days by creating some drama of your own! Classes start January 19-27 for Perishable Theatre Arts School’s Winter Quarterly. Perishable offers acting and playwriting training for

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Jingle Belles And A Few Balls — Buy Tickets Now

Attention nerds, geeks, and sci-fi freaks; this one’s for you! Tickets always go fast for this annual production, a fundraising event to benefit Perishable Theatre Arts School. This year’s theme — A Space Odyssey — promises “holiday cheer from across the Milky Way and beyond!”

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Hey Nana, I’m Gonna Try Out For A Play

Stuck for things to talk about on Thanksgiving? This will kick things off. Perishable Theatre has just announced it is holding auditions for its spring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. (I hope they won’t take this the wrong way, but I’d pay pretty

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Late Night Puppets

At Perishable Theatre, Hosts David Higgins and Nicole LeDuc welcome you to Blood from a Turnip, November style. Enjoy the late night puppet salon that has lasted longer than some marriages. $5, 10pm, Friday, Perishable Theatre, 95 Empire Street

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You Have Upstaged Me For The Last Time

Perishable Theatre is throwing a yard sale today. The theatre will be selling a variety of props, costumes and materials from its past seasons as well as furniture, vintage electronics, and a selection of Perishable products, including printed anthologies of its past International Womens’ Playwriting

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PERISHABLE THEATRE holds YA(R+D) SALE JUNE 20

Providence, RI: Perishable Theatre, Rhode Island’s Research and Development Theatre announces its latest fundraiser, a Perishable YA(R+D) Sale on Saturday June 20 from 10:30am to 4pm at its downtown location, 95 Empire Street, downtown Providence. The theatre will be selling a variety of props, costumes

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Brains, Beauty and Bleeding

This has it all. Starting Friday at Perishable a new production written by Amy Lynn Budd and directed by Connie Crawford, The Thing That Ate My Brain… Almost, tagged as a “neo-burlesque sci-fi feature”. Talk about a crowd-pleaser. The play runs from April 24th to

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So Surreal, You Gotta Leave the Kids at Home

“Deca*Go*Go: The Exquisite Corpse Plays” opens at Perishable Theatre tomorrow.  It’s 10 plays in 90 minutes, which is great both for people with ADD and spouses who hate long plays.  The explanation of Deca*Go*Go is pretty odd: This ninety-minute dreamscape features talking mice, gorgons, soothsayers, gods

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North Pole Dancing

Congratulations to Perishable Theatre and everyone involved in last Friday’s ‘Jingle Belles and a Few Balls 4′.  This annual vaudevillian burlesque revue zipped along with charming stripteasers slowly peeling down to their little Christmas-y pasties (in one instance, marshmallows) and a couple of goofy comedy