OSTC’s ‘Born Yesterday’ Dialogue Blasts Out of the Past

By: Rob Borkowski on February 1, 2017 in Good Times

WARWICK, RI — The theme and story of Ocean State Theatre’s masterfully executed ‘Born Yesterday,’ about an uncouth crook seeking Washington DC influence in the company of an under-estimated showgirl, references contemporary political themes so aptly you might think the 1946 play was penned within the last few months, or adapted for the times with fresh dialogue.

OSTC Pairs Flesh and Felt with ‘Avenue Q’ Aug. 3 – 21

By: Rob Borkowski on July 26, 2016 in Good Times

A recent college grad moves into a New York apartment way out on “Avenue Q,” discovering the place is no ordinary neighborhood as he and his friends struggle for jobs, dates, and the ever-elusive purpose in life in Ocean State Theatre’s next show, part flesh, part felt, and packed with humor, running Aug. 3 – 21.