Five Can’t-Miss Events: Nov. 9–15

Watch Scrooge have a change of heart, enclose your best cosplay, jam to unusual stone and some-more fun things to do.

1. A Christmas Carol

Providence’s favorite family holiday tradition is behind to pleasure audiences of all ages. Celebrating forty years during Trinity Rep, A Christmas Carol brings a story of Ebenezer Scrooge to life to tell Charles Dickens’ classical story of an aged grouch who learns a doctrine when he’s whisked by time and space by 3 spirits. This year’s prolongation will be a tad different: It will underline eighteen village groups from opposite Rhode Island in a performance.
The Details: Nov. 9–Dec. 31. See website for times. $25–$68. The Chace Theater, 201 Washington St., Providence, 401-352-4242, trinityrep.com.

2. Rhode Island Comic Con

From Rhode Island Comic Con Facebook.

Hold onto your fez! While we won’t be descending by time with Dr. Who, a small cosplay never hurts when we attend a Rhode Island Comic Con. The largest comic book, toy, gaming and media festival in a state, Comic Con facilities your favorite vendors, artists and celebrities. Special guest this year embody Billie Piper of “Doctor Who,” Jason Isaacs, who plays Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter, Dave Bautista from Guardians of a Galaxy, and Norman Reedus from “The Walking Dead.” Don your best cosplay and get snaps with a stars.
The Details: Nov. 10– 12. Fri., 3–9 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Ticket prices change depending on day. Photo-op and designation tickets sole separately. Dunkin’ Donuts Center, 1 La Salle Sq., Providence, ricomiccon.com.

3. Incognito

The New York Times is job this play “ingenious, conspicuous and tantalizing.” Come see Incognito, a play from a mind of acclaimed British playwright Nick Payne, author of a Broadway prodigy Constellations. Watch 4 actors take on a purpose of twenty-one characters in an companion web of 3 opposite stories. A pathologist steals Albert Einstein’s brain, a neuropsychologist has her initial attribute with another woman, and an amnesiac forgets all solely his adore for his wife.
The Details: Nov. 9–Dec. 10. See website for times. $33.75–$60.75. Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre, 172 Exchange St., Pawtucket, 401-723-4266, gammtheatre.org.

4. An Evening with Chris Robinson Brotherhood

From Chris Robinson Brotherhood Facebook.

California’s unusual stone rope Chris Robinson Brotherhood is entrance to a Columbus Theatre in Providence. Presented by a Columbus Cooperative, an Evening with Chris Robinson Brotherhood will excite any internal fan of a heterogeneous stone rope or fans of a blues and unusual stone and hurl genre. Jam out to a bands heady, dirty sounds.
The Details: Nov. 9. 8 p.m. $30–$35. The Columbus Theatre, 270 Broadway, Providence, 401-621-9660, columbustheatre.com.

5. Maria Bamford

From Maria Bamford Facebook.

Maria Bamford, a.k.a. Lady Dynamite, is entrance to Providence for an bomb night of comedy. Bamford stars in a semi-autobiographical Netflix comedy array “Lady Dynamite” and is also a creator and star of a cult strike web array “The Maria Bramford Show,” that screened during a Museum of Art and Design in New York. She also voices characters on countless strike shows such as “BoJack Horseman,” “Adventure Time” and “World Girl.” She will be pity a theatre with Jackie Kashian, a stand-up comedian from Wisconsin who has seemed on “Conan” and Comedy Central.
The Details: Nov. 11. 8 p.m. $35–$40. Columbus Theatre, 270 Broadway, Providence, columbustheatre.com.

Want some-more fun things to do? Check out the calendar listings.

With stating assistance by Grace Kelly. 

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