A zeppole roundup that'll satisfy your sweet tooth, just in time for St. Joseph's Day.
March 13–18: Feel like An American in Paris when the musical comes to PPAC, in the first national tour of a new staging of the classic movie, featuring songs by George and Ira Gershwin.
March 14: Experience Central Asian girl power at Qyrq Qyz/Forty Girls, part of FirstWorks’ Frontier Series. The ancient epic about 40 women warriors is told through live music and poetry, set against a contemporary film, at the RISD Auditorium.
March 14-22: Enjoy deliciously affordable pre-fixe meals at participating restaurants across the East Bay and Southeastern Mass. with East Bay Restaurant Week and savor the area’s diverse cuisine and charming waterfront setting.
March 15–17: Laugh it up with Alice Wetterlund, a stand-up comedian who also stars on HBO’s Silicon Valley, when she performs at The Comedy Connection.
March 16: Cheer on the home hockey team as the Providence Bruins take on the Rochester Americans at the Dunk.
March 16: Don’t be that guy at Colin Quinn – One in Every Crowd at The Columbus Theatre. The Saturday Night Live alum will be in town for one night of standup.
March 16: Bring Your Own Improv to this family-friendly comedy show at the Warwick Center for the Arts, which happens every Friday night.
March 16-17: Enjoy the Providence Ballet Theatre's performance of the timeless fairytaie Snow White & The Seven Dwarves at Rhode Island College's Sapinsley Hall.
March 18: Stop by the The Arcade Farmers & Artisans pop-up market and enjoy an array of local foods, art, vintage clothing, records, and more.