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In the soap opera “Dark Shadows,” Jonathan Frid played a 175-year-old vampire unintentionally released from his chained coffin.
"Women Trailblazers in Music: Noteworthy Composers" features extraordinary music by, and fascinating stories about, women composers, spanning 12 centuries. The event also includes a live concert with Judith Lynn Stillman and Friends.
“The kind of poetry that I do is intended to be heard.”
This new fellowship is designed to establish mentoring relationships between aspiring and established theatre professionals.
Jennifer Sanchez '16 (pictured) and Anna Cano-Morales M.S.W. ’99 have both found ways to ensure that their communities are represented on stage.
As head of Production Engineering for the Met, Cam Whitehorne ’02 combines technical expertise with innovation, artistry and creativity to bring productions to life.
“One of the greatest things Professor Bill Wilson taught me was to command the stage when you’re on it, says Matt Furtado ’05.
Though COVID ended Kevin Patrick Martin’s national tour of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys,” the actor didn’t give up. He returned to Rhode Island and created a business for himself. Martin is seated far left.
At RIC, a pandemic doesn’t stop innovation and creativity.
After watching his twin sister Talya graduate from Rhode Island College in 2018, Tyler Louie took his dreams of dancing off the shelf and placed them in his future.