Onochoko is a creative firm offering a unique level of service in fine art reproduction, commercial photography, and communications. We enjoy creative collaboration, value the personal relationships that we have with our clients and promise to do our best to earn and keep your business. Let us show you how our experience and attention to detail really counts!
2nd Story Theatre is a community-based, community-focused business providing affordable, professional-quality theatre in Rhode Island’s East Bay. 2nd Story has produced plays in its home at 28 Market Street, Warren, Rhode Island, since 2001. The facility houses two accessible performance spaces: UpStage (the 150-seat main stage) and DownStage (an intimate 70-seat venue).
Artistic Director Ed Shea says, “2nd Story has evolved from an idea to an institution by mixing three simple ingredients: integrity, community and affordability. Here, artists and audience, players and patrons, create an inclusive, exciting, unique theatrical experience – in true Rhode Island style.”
2nd Story fosters discovery and participation in the arts, provides a vibrant cultural destination, and proudly showcases homegrown talent. 2nd Story creates theatre for everyone, all year round.
Thursday thru Sunday @ 7:30pm
Sundays @ 2:30pm
Warren Chair Works has been making handcrafted Windsor Chairs since 1981. In addition to Windsor Chairs, we make complimentary dining and occasional tables, hutches, and sideboards. All of our pieces are made to order, on-site by our talented craftsmen with locally sourced lumber.
Weekends by appointment
With a unique blend of fine arts, interior design and decorating, architecture and community involvement, we have developed a private resource center supporting our clients with all of their real estate needs. Our team of real estate professionals specialize in Waterfront Properties & Coastal Communities.
Also by appointment, chance & special events
Imago Foundation for the Arts is committed to providing artists of all disciplines a venue to publicly express their creative voice through cultural and arts programs, exhibitions and other community events. Imago hosts six to eight art exhibits a year and collaborates with other community organizations to offer dance and musical performances, theatrical monologues, literary readings and artist talks.
THU: 4pm – 8pm
FRI-SAT: noon – 8pm
SUN: 11am – 3pm