Providence Performing Arts Center (Providence, RI)

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INFO Built in 1928 as a movie theater, the Providence Performing Arts Center has transformed over the years into a live performing arts venue. Broadway shows at the Providence Performing Arts Center have included Mary Poppins... ... read more

  • Neighborhood:

    Providence, RI
  • Address:

    220 Weybosset St # 2
    Providence, RI 02906

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Providence Performing Arts Center (Providence, RI) Videos

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Providence Performing Arts Center (Providence, RI) Information

Providence Performing Arts Center (Providence, RI) - Performing Arts Center in Boston.

Built in 1928 as a movie theater, the Providence Performing Arts Center has transformed over the years into a live performing arts venue. Broadway shows at the Providence Performing Arts Center have included Mary Poppins, the Nutcracker, and the Lion King, while live concerts and comedians also occasionally stop by.

Patrons revel in the decadent 1920’s interior, with intricate moldings framing the stage and plush purple curtains lined with gold fringe. Hungry patrons can grab a snack before the show starts and munch on it while watching the performance. With a seating capacity of 3,090, the theater is one of the largest in Providence, RI.

Getting to the Providence Performing Arts Center from Boston is as easy as hopping on the commuter rail and walking the extra 15 minutes, but if driving is preferable, parking is available in one of many nearby lots. With a lavish interior and a steady stream of hit musicals coming through, a show at the Providence Performing Arts Center is perfect for a burgeoning or diehard Broadway fan.

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