Pawtucket’s TEN31 combines art with social commentary in new film

TEN31 PRODUCTIONS, INC., a Pawtucket-based live performance company, shot its first film "Unalienable" in Prospect Terrace this summer. From left to right are: LaDelle Arnold, Tammy Brown (portraying Ida B. Wells), Mike Henriques, Eric Auger, Joe Pari and Stephanie Carey. / COURTESY TEN31 PRODUCTIONS INC.
PAWTUCKET – Joe Pari has made a career out of bringing statues to life. It started over two decades ago when the Burrillville native and his friend and business partner Eric Auger made their debut as the first living gargoyles at Waterfire Providence. Their passion for live performance art spawned a business, TEN31 Productions Inc.,…

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