5 Weekend Musts: Civil War Living History + More
Thursday, July 12, 2012
Whether it's a day of family fun or a date night, Rhode Island is full of events this weekend to keep everyone entertained. Don't miss our Top 5 for your midsummer fun.
Civil War Living History Weekend in Newport
Bohemia West in Providence
Friday-Sunday This weekend marks the world debut of Andy Kaufman's musical comedy, "Bohemia West." Written in 1964 when Kaufman was 15 years old, the satirical musical focuses on a teenager's musing of relations between the sexes and the concept of power. The showings are at 95 Empire Black Box. Shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday and 8 pm. $10 students/seniors, $12 general and a matinee Sunday at 2 pm pay what you can. For tickets and more information, go here.
Vaud and the Villains in Providence
Audubon Journaling Among the Giants, North Smithfield
Saturday How about a peaceful Saturday of writing and sharing surrounded by natural inspiration? The nature journaling exercise is designed to focus on the beauty of the flora and fauna. Taking place at Fort Nature Refuge in North Smithfield from 2-4pm, registration is required and can be made at 401-949-5454 ext. 3041. Just come with a journal to write in, pens and pencils for writing and drawing, a water bottle, and an optional small pad to sit on. www.asri.org
Macbeth in Westerly
Friday-Saturday Grab some lawn chairs and a picnic basket to enjoy the Colonial Theatre's Shakespeare Festival's production of one of the most popular (and bloody) of Shakespeare's works. The "Official Shakespeare Festival of Rhode Island's" performances take place outside in downtown Westerly at Wilcox Park's Colonial Theatre at 44 Broad Street. The show is recurring from July 11-July 29, Tuesday-Sunday at 8 pm. Admission is free. thecolonialtheater.org
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