*replaced with Laundry and Bourbon
Regular theatre performances from 1969-1986 took place in the Coffeehouse Theatre (converted classroom in the Classroom Bldg., now the FCAS Bldg.). Occasional performances occurred in what is now the Fine Arts Bldg.
This is the Rill Speaking (Dec. 1969 first production in Bristol)
1962-1969: Roger Williams Junior College/College in Providence (performances took place in the YMCA auditorium). RWC opened its main campus in Bristol in 1969.
The Fantastices (Drama Club)
One-Acts: The Lottery/A Game of Chess/War
“Dramatic Fraternity of Roger Williams Junior College has a new advisor: After many successful years Mr. Rizzini has handed the play books over to Mr. Bucci the incoming faculty advisor”—The Quill, 10 Nov. 1965
Little Acorns & Objective Case (Dramatics Club)
If Girls Ask Boys for Dates & Eternal Life (Dramatics Club)
The Many Lives of Dobie Gillis (Dramatics Society)
On December 13, 1961 a dramatics club was organized and held a meeting.
In 1956, the YMCA Institute in Providence received a state charter under the name of Roger Williams Junior College.