Theater

Sci-fi Journal - Dec'16

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Sci-Fi Journal for December 2016 shot live at Rhode Island Comic Con held November 11-13, with hosts James Hinsey, Marc Morisseau, and Calvin Watts III. James interviews Michael Squatrito about the Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA), his published novel series The Overlords, and the Author Expo at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in December. Marc interviews Heather of Wibbily Wobbly Timey Wimey, a Doctor Who merchandise vendor. Calvin interviews Stefan Kapičić who played Colossus in the Deadpool movie.

What I Did For Love - A Tribute to Tony Fields - 2016

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DHS Drama Department presents What I Did For Love - A Tribute to Tony Fields - 2016

Directed and Choreographed by Sarah Greene

Script by Jennifer Provenza

Lighting Designer Grace Mariano

Sound Deisgner Gracelyn Watkins

Recorded April 23rd, 2016 performance, 7pm.

Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Center

The Eden Project 2016

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DHS Theater Presents

The Eden Project by Ben Moroski

Directed by Gwyneth Bruch and Chad Fisk

Set Design and Projections by Ian Wallace

Lights Designed by Jimmy Zhou and Andres de Loera Brust

Recording of the March 10th, 2016 performance.

Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Center.

DHS Drama Department presents: The Liar

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DHS Drama Department presents The Liar

by author David Ives, adapted from the Comedy by Pierre Corneille

Directed by Gwyneth Bruch with Matt Edwards.

Set Design by Samantha Reno, Light Design by Colin French. Costumes by Mary Hickman.

Recorded by Davis Media Access March 13, 2015 at the Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Center.

What I Did For Love - A Tribute to Tony Fields - 2015

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The Davis High School Drama Department Presents:

What I Did For Love - A Tribute to Tony Fields - 2015.

Show Concept, Musical Direction and Arrangements by Utsav Bhargava.

Book by Elizabeth Rutherford and Jane Bellamy.

Choreography by Aditya Tuladhar.

Recorded by Davis Media Access April 25, 2015 at the Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Center.