[Broadway World] - Bill Rodriguez, Providence Phoenix: Unlike many musicals, where slow songs are too often sentimental stem-winders, the slow-tempo ones here propel the characters, such as Hanratty's thoughtful "The Man Inside the Clues" and "Don't Be a Stranger" by
[Providence.thephoenix] - By BILL RODRIGUEZ | October 24, We will always have horror films, as long as people will squeal and cling to the arms of their dates. Horror theater — not to be confused with horrible theater, which will also persist (sigh) — should have an
[Providence.thephoenix] - The Grim Reaper looms in URI's Marvin's Room. At death's door. By BILL RODRIGUEZ | October 18, Theater_Marvin_main. Given a choice of laughing or crying over misfortune, blubbering isn't most people's pick. Not that it's a laff riot, but Scott
[Providence.thephoenix] - By BILL RODRIGUEZ | October 18, Wisely, a new addition to the Newport dining scene is starting off modestly; it's little more than a pub, but enough more that it shows good promise and even some adventurousness. Malt opened this summer with
[Providence.thephoenix] - A high-flying Catch Me If You Can at PPAC. Man on the move. By BILL RODRIGUEZ | October 10, CatchMe0169r_main. The subject and story of Catch Me If You Can sound like the flights of fancy that customarily keep musicals aloft, but it's propelled
[North Denver Tribune] million for the mill and $466 million for the bond by the Community Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC) in which Northwest Denver had some of its very own representing us in the process; Lisa Flores, Bill Rodriguez (HUNI) and Chris Wood to name a few.