GUEST PERFORMANCES AT THE GAMM
WARWICK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS
...Of Poetry & Prose
Saturday, May 23 @ 7:30 PM
Join the Warwick Symphony Orchestra as they return to The Gamm for a Memorial Day weekend concert! Enjoy works inspired by poetry and other literature, including pieces by Schumann, Gibbs, Loo, and selected movements from The Divine Comedy by Robert W. Smith.
JDP THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
Date Night Double Feature
Saturday, May 29 & 30 @ 7 PM
Date Night Double Feature is two shows in one! The one act comedy Check Please by Jonathan Rand opens the evening. Dating can be hard. Especially when your date happens to be a raging kleptomaniac, or your grandmother's bridge partner, or a mime. Check Please follows a series of blind dinner dates that couldn't get any worse -- until they do. Could there possibly be a light at the end of the tunnel? This bubbly comedy shares the bill with a JDP original show, Broadway's Greatest Love Songs, which features 15 Broadway love songs that are favorites of the JDP artistic team including pieces from Rent, Into the Woods, Phantom of the Opera, Moulin Rouge, and more, with accompaniment by a live band.
PROVIDENCE GAY MENS' CHORUS PRESENTS
ARE WE THERE YET?
June 5, 6, & 7 @ 7PM, 7PM, & 4PM
Come along on a road trip with the Providence Gay Men's Chorus and discover the coolest off the beaten path places along the way. Our adventure will help you “get your kicks on Route 66” all the way from New York to San Francisco. After all, at their heart, road trips are about escaping restrictions and letting your hair down and just relaxing. Put aside your worries about the price of gas and where you’re going to grab a bite to eat, and fill up your tank with the music that only the PGMC can provide.
Regular tickets (ages 13-61)
*Senior tickets (age 62+)
*Student (with valid ID)
*Child (age 12 and under)
*Available only via phone (401) 723-4266 or in person purchase at The Gamm box office.
JAMM AT THE GAMM
THE JAMM CONTINUES THIS WINTER... (NEW DATES COMING SOON)
Imagine Late Night, but with Paul Shaffer at the desk and the keyboard. Envision comedians in their cars, drinking coffee—but that car is in the lobby of The Gamm, and those jokers are singing and playing!
Wakefield-based performer and pianist Eden Casteel jams and jaws at the piano with a variety of performers and artists. Eden and friends will share great stories, play great songs, and even take requests. Jamm At The Gamm runs about one hour 15 minutes, followed by an intermission, and then an open mic. Bring your own instruments if you wish!
PLEASE NOTE: The Tuesday, Oct 8 Jamm at the Gamm with guests Gained in Translation, has been postponed until early 2020. A new date will be announced shortly!