Through the eyes of Othello’s martyred wife, we see the story that Shakespeare neglected. Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Paula Vogel gives Desdemona a richer and more complicated life than even her jealous husband could suspect. Along with Emelia, her trusty fille-de-chambre, Desdemona engages with questions of gender, sex, religion, and relationships in a world that fails to acknowledge how limitless women can be.
Two hospital patients fall in love in a play written before the audience’s eyes. Lovers and storytellers cope with the expectations and disappointments of art and humanity in this masterfully spun play about the creative process and life itself. Will Eno puts his poetic language and enigmatic characters to good use, leading the audience to simple, poignant, and necessary truths.
In this dark comedy about interrogation and innovation, a computer programmer is arrested after the search engine he designs answers “yes” to the question “is the government of the United States evil?” Desperate, he strikes a deal with his captors, agreeing to resign the software in exchange for his freedom. As they work to understand the search engine’s answer and how to change it, both the programmer and his persecutors begin to question their faith, their ability, and whether it is possible to do something good in the service of something evil.
In Richard Bean's adaptation of the classic "Servant of Two Masters", one man's distress is the audience's delight. Francis Henshall finds himself over-employed and tasked with keeping his two bosses apart. In doing so, our hungry hero ends up entangled in a chaotic plot of murder and love in this overblown classic comedy.
100 Acre Cove: 41° 45.19' N 71° 19.277' W
Alfred's of Barrington consignment: 18 Maple Ave.
Alfred Drowne Road Historic District (NPS): Alfred Drowne Rd., Annawamscutt Rd., Washington Rd.
Allen-West Farmhouse (NRHP): George St., Nockum Hill
Artist in You workshops (RIM Best of '10): 71 Maple Ave.
Bagels, Etc.: 259 County Rd.
Barrington Books bookstore: 184 County Rd.
Barrington Civic Center: 283 County Rd.
Barrington Preservation Society Museum: (lower level, public library) Barrington Town Beach: Bay Road
Barrington Town Hall: 283 County Rd.
Beach Mansion: 32 Lorrain St.
Belton Court (former estate): Middle Highway
Benjamin A. Jackson House, 115 Nayatt Rd.
Billy's restaurant (RIM Best of '09: new neighborhood restaurant): 286 Maple Ave.
Blue Kangaroo: 328 County Rd.
Bluewater Bar & Grill: 32 Barton Ave.
The Daily Scoop (RIM): 230 County Rd.
Haines State Park: Metropolitan Park Dr.
Hollies on the Avenue (RIM Best Spring '14 - gifts): 8 Anok…
1. Tell us about your work
I want my work to be elegant, yet fun. I love simple, classic designs. Most of my projects are printed. I love paper. I love being able to cut, score, and hold my work in my hands. More recently I have been working on some digital designs like phone wallpapers. It is just as fun to see them light up on your phone.
2. How did you come to be a professional artist/crafter/designer?
I majored in Graphic Design at RISD. After I graduated I started off just designing small projects for family and friends. Eventually the word spread and now there isn't a week that goes by that someone doesn't ask me to work on something for them.
3. Where do you draw your inspiration?
My greeting card designs are inspired by things that I find in nature, design blogs, magazines and on Pinterest. I like…
1. Tell us about your work.
I up cycle, recycle, repurpose and design using fabric, wood, metal, glass and anything I get my hands on. Usually I can see something when I look at stuff and then have an impulse to make it into something useful. I never use a pattern, and the mediums I use don't have instructions so I spend a lot of time fabricating.
2. Is there a story behind the name of your business?
It’s in honor of my late husband who died at the age of 37. He was a master carpenter. He built the home I live in. Hi name is Anthony David Spaziano.
3. How did you come to be a professional artist/crafter/designer?
It’s in my DNA lol. I come from an Italian family who were always inventing things around the home. Back then, the men fixed whatever broke themselves. At holiday gathering I listen to the…