Local News
Eyewitness Sports
Medical Coverage
Call 12 For Action
More Details
What's On WPRI
What's On Fox
This Morning Weekend
2 Minute Test Drive
Experts Online
Online Store
Chopper 12
Station Info

 April 3, 2005
Buddy Cianci To Be The Subject Of A New York Musical
Email to a Friend Printer Friendly Version  
Also on the Web
Buddy The Musical

    Eyewitness News has learned that a Brown graduate is now writing, "Buddy The Musical", which will debut this summer on a New York City stage.

    Johnathan VanGieson and Mike Tarantino are beginning with the former mayor's first term, and ending with the Plunderdome scandal. Many colorful characters will be introduced along the way, including FBI agent Dennis Aiken, and Cianci's right-hand-man, Frank Corrente. The creators say the goal is to capture all of Buddy.

    Buddy Cianci The Musical will run five times from August eighth through August twenty-fourth at The Fringe Play festival in New York City.

Local News
Wet weekend and flood watch for this weekend in RI and MA
PopeÔŅĹs body lying in state at VaticanÔŅĹs Apostolic Palace
Rhode Islanders remember pope
Eyewitness News RSS Feeds
Try the very latest way to read Eyewitness News headlines. Never miss an important story!
Congressman announces funding for Providence College arts center
Rapper charged in shooting that paralyzed basketball star
Special forces company prepares for overseas deployment
Doctors say expanding emergency departments needed, but worrying
Doctor set for resentencing due to Supreme Court ruling on guidelines
Central Falls police find children living in squalor
National News  more» 
New ad campaign begins against Bush Social Security plans
Border volunteers report first group of illegal immigrants
Tit-for-tat reviews for Bolton U-N job
Amtrak derailment sends at least ten to hospitals
Pope's life remembered at churches everywhere
Archbishop of Washington says church not ready for American pope
Sales soar for books by and about Pope John Paul
Renewed popularity of peanuts spurs consumption
President Bush set to award first Medal of Honor in Operation Iraqi Freedom
Officials: Suspect stole deputy's SUV in Florida Panhandle
Send questions and comments about this website to the .
All content © Copyright 2003-2005 WorldNow, WPRI, WNAC and Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.