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Arik has a BA in Theatre Arts from Brown University and is a recipient of the Thomas Carpenter Prize for Elocution (Brown University). Interests include acting, directing, designing, producing and teaching. He is currently the Deputy Volunteer Coordinator at WaterFire Providence and Marketing Assistant at the Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre in Pawucket, RI.

Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them

Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them is now playing at The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre in Pawtucket. About the play: From the screwball imagination of American playwright Christopher Durang (The Marriage of Bette & Boo, Beyond Therapy), an uproarious new comedy about America’s ongoing “war on terror.” A young woman, Felicity, wakes up to […]

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North American Premiere Of “Paul” At The Gamm

Exploring the World of “Paul”: [youtube]3xsq_SL02Yw[/youtube] Paul by Howard Brenton opens in previews at the Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre in Pawtucket this Thursday, March 17th. (Play runs through April 17.) About the play: The road to Damascus, A.D. 34. Saul of Tarsus has built a fierce reputation snuffing out the followers of a growing religious cult.

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RI Premiere Of ‘Mauritius’ At The Gamm Theatre

Rhode Island Premiere Mauritius by Theresa Rebeck directed by Rachel Walshe Mom has died, leaving half-sisters Mary and Jackie with a rare stamp collection. Mary wants to keep it for its sentimental value. Jackie wants to sell it for the fortune it might be worth. Enter three foul-talking shady stamp dealers determined to get the

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Glengarry Glen Ross Opening At The Gamm Theatre

Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet directed by Fred Sullivan, Jr. Gamm Resident Director Fred Sullivan, Jr., recently compared Mamet’s award-winning play to the popular 1992 screenplay, Mamet calls Glengarry “a gang comedy about vicious ambition.” Ten years after he wrote the play, Mamet expanded it into a screenplay and added a brutally hilarious speech for

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