in the press
pREVIEWS & Reviews
"The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre in Warwick is welcoming audiences back to live theater following an 18-month pandemic pause with...a powerful, riveting, thought-provoking and timely production."
Westerly Sun (10/7/21)
''A Lie Agreed Upon' is tough, in-your-face theater. It is as relevant today as it was in the 1800s, even more so. The issues are never clearly solved and the questions still remain as you leave the theatre after the shocking final scene."
Johnston Sunrise (10/6/21)
"As a minor character in the Gamm Theatre’s 2004 production of Henrik Ibsen’s 'An Enemy of the People,' Rehoboth, Massachusetts, native Sean McConaghy watched the more seasoned actors dig into their characters."
Providence Journal (9/24/21)
"Jonathan Fisher had a leading role in the 2016 presentation of 'A Skull in Connemara,' according to Gail Hulbert, director of communications and marketing for the theater. The theater, which is now in Warwick, was in Pawtucket at the time.
Providence Journal (10/12/21)
“If you have a passion for theater like I do, this is the place for you,” Garcia said. “They offer so many learning opportunities and really want you to succeed and learn as much as you can.”
"The program, a collaborative effort among the Gamm and Rhode Island public universities, aims to mentor promising artists of color."
American Theatre (9/28/21)
"Nine performance venues and theaters in Rhode Island released a united message to attendees and ticket holders Wednesday, requiring that all patrons attending indoor events to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19."
Boston Globe (8/25/21)