Theater & Shows in North Smithfield

Applause Drag Revue at EGO Through January 31, Saturdays at 8 p.m. (Up to 53% Off)

Applause Drag Revue

EGO

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Vegas-style revue features impersonations of Cher, Lady Gaga & Liza, as performed by drag queens who have competed in & won Miss Gay USofA

$75 $35

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Standup Show for Two with Drinks at Comedy Connection Through June 6 (Up to 50% Off)

Comedy Connection

Comedy Connection

Award-winning comedy club hosts local and nationally touring talents

$44 $22

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Bring Your Own Improv for 2, 4, or 10 at the Warwick Museum of Art, Fridays Through November 27, 2015 (Up to 38% Off)

Bring Your Own Improv

Warwick Museum of Art

Family-friendly show brings audience volunteers onstage to improvise alongside regular cast

$16 $12

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Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Festival Package at Royal Plaza Trade Center on May 15–17 (Up to 48% Off)

Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Festival

Royal Plaza Trade Center

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LEGO-lovers gather to participate in interactive building activities, exercising their creativity and witnessing huge creations

$42 $22

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Dinner Show for One or Two from The Murder Mystery Company (52% Off)

The Murder Mystery Company

Quincy Center

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

$60 $29

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Comic Hypnotist Frank Santos Jr. at Wilbur Theatre on Friday, January 9, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Frank Santos Jr.

The Wilbur Theatre

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Comic hypnotist Frank Santos Jr. gives participants funny and racy suggestions during an R-rated hypnotism show

$31 $15.50

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Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Fantasy Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt 12/20-29(Up to 50% Off)

"Disney On Ice Presents Worlds of Fantasy"

Agganis Arena at Boston University in Downtown Boston

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Characters from Toy Story, The Little Mermaid, Cars, and Tinker Bell star in their own adventures in the newest Disney On Ice show

$33.80 $17

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Standup for Two at Nick's Comedy Stop (Up to 52% Off)

Nick's Comedy Stop

Nick's Comedy Stop

National headliners seen on Comedy Central and late night TV bring laughs to standup venue that once hosted young Seinfeld and Leno

$45.70 $22

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Heritage Ballet's knowledgeable instructors teach budding ballerinas and tenderfoot twirlers, drawing on years of professional dance and teaching experience. Arabesque initiates as young as 4 can glean the techniques of classical ballet to impress plush toys with poise, perfect posture, and polished pirouettes. Create original choreography during jazz class surrounded by children and overgrown children ages 7 and up. Check Heritage Ballet's website for a complete class schedule to bring rhythm, grace, and choreography into your life, and reshape your monthly party schedule into dance-shaped rectangos.

1947 Old Louisquisset Pike
Lincoln,
RI
US

Inside the historic Lederer Theater Center, which was originally constructed in 1917, the Trinity Repertory Company stages exciting presentations in two different theaters. The musical Camelot will be showing at the Chace Theater, which can accommodate more than 520 attendees and four prize-winning racehorses. A stellar cast, featuring Stephen Thorne as King Arthur and Rebecca Gibel as Guenevere, graces the stage for two hours and 40 minutes to reenact the medieval tale of how the debonair Lancelot learns to speak remedial French so he can work in a Parisian bread factory. A Tony Award–winning theater, the Trinity Repertory Company keeps audiences chuckling, sobbing, and staring in rapturous joy with delightful performances. Call ahead to reserve your seat spot.

201 Washington St
Providence,
RI
US

The Providence Performing Arts Center is a blending of eras, its architecture showcasing antiquated touches such as a gilded proscenium and a domed, amethyst-colored ceiling, as well as a full-color LED marquee above the building’s entrance. It’s all a part of lengthy renovation that restored the theater to its former opulence–it opened in 1928 as a Loew’s movie palace. A 51’ projection screen retains this cinematic spirit by showing films and rare home footage of Clark Gabel plucking his mustache. But the venue mainly hosts live events, from nationally touring musicals to standup comics.

220 Weybosset St
Providence,
RI
US

ClubWest Dance Studio's instructors help students master social and ballroom dancing, whether they are beginners, moderately experienced, or already at ease on dance floors. Instructors adjust each 40-minute private lesson to the student's experience level while lavishing them with undivided attention to help skills and confidence blossom. If a student doesn't have a partner, the studio will provide another dancer or a robotic vacuum cleaner to practice the choreography.

During group lessons, students put the steps and timing skills they learned into action while following styles such as the rumba, the foxtrot, the cha-cha, and swing. Private lessons can be arranged at times that conveniently mesh with students' schedules, and drop-in group classes take place on most evenings Monday?Thursday. Beyond dance lessons, ClubWest's curriculum extends to dance aerobics, as well as a wedding program to help engaged couples prepare for the bride and groom's first break dance.

41 Richards Ave
North Attleboro,
MA
US

Opened in 1924, Park Theatre was a major hub of Cranston's cultural scene for nearly 80 years. But in 2002, the projectors were shut off, the doors were locked, and the silver screens were melted down for cutlery. That closure was not to last, however. In 2009, Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung oversaw the grand re-opening, which introduced brand-new features such as a deeper stage, nearly 1,000 plush red seats, and the Stage Door Restaurant and Lounge.

848 Park Ave.
Cranston,
RI
US

In his first design for 5 Wits, Mathew DuPlessie channeled the fedora-wearing, whip-cracking swagger of Indiana Jones. Called Tomb, this interactive entertainment experience threw its participants into ancient Egypt to solve riddles and clues from a supernatural pharaoh. Since then, DuPlessie, a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School, has opened up two new adventures that combine the immersive special effects of a Hollywood movie with the interactive role-play of a video game. "It's hands-on entertainment," the former designer for Disney World and Universal Studios told the Patriot Ledger, "that forces people to get off their rear end."

Thus far, all of his adventures have worked to immerse the mind and the senses?the Shakespearean origins of the company's name. Taken from Much Ado About Nothing, "five wits" refers to the Bard's nod to memory, imagination, fantasy, common sense, and estimation. Though the scenarios are meant to thrill and challenge players, none are meant to frighten, nor are they designed to be beyond the reach of those with average physical ability and psychic powers.

202 Patriot Place
Foxboro,
MA
US