Live entertainment in a beautiful historic theater. Comedies, dramas and musicals are produced in the Mainstage Series, Family Theatre Series, and L@tR Series.
The Rhode Center for the Arts, which is owned and operated by LSP Inc., provides the community with increasingly ambitious theatrical productions and other forms of live entertainment. The Rhode Center is home to two performance venues, the Donna Wolf-Steigerwaldt Auditorium and Skinner Hall, as well as two art galleries, the Pollard Gallery and the KAA Spotlight Gallery. A full season of comedies, dramas, and musicals are presented as part of the LSP Mainstage Series, as well as adults-only performances in the L@TR Series, workshops and productions in the Family Theatre Series, and local and regional musical groups showcased in the Rebuilder Concert Series. This community-minded and volunteer-driven organization is also host to a variety of arts events produced in association with other creative groups and organizations throughout the year.
The Rhode Center for the Arts hopes to be your next creative outlet and your source for live, local entertainment.
Junie B. Jones is counting down the days to her school’s Holiday Sing-Along and gift exchange even though her nemesis May keeps ruining all of fun.
Join Jasiu, a Polish-American man taught not to value his own roots, as he embarks on a journey to invent and reinvent his own roots.
Collecting Tony Awards in 1968 for Best Musical and 2009 for Best Revival of a Musical, this exuberant musical about a group of hippies searching for truth, peace and love is as vital and relevant today as it was when it opened in 1967.
This is a Rhode Center for the Arts restoration fundraiser. Taste and score each soup, served up by local restaurants! You receive a souvenir bowl to keep.
A family-friendly musical adventure fills the Rhode Center stage with magic, mayhem and all of your favorite characters from the hit Disney film—Aladdin, Jasmine, Iago, Jafar, the Genie, and more!
Drawing from the contemplative and startling styles of Kafka and the Brothers Grimm, this exhilarating new play centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their unsettling similarities to a series of murders.