Northeast Cinema Releasing Inc

220 Weybosset St
Providence, RI 02903
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Citysearch User

on Citysearch Jun 18, 2006
PPAC, as it's called, is a theater that has been beautifully restored. Many touring broadway productions come here, and it is a great chance to see shows for those who can't make it down to New York. I especially... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Nov 06, 2005
I had heard good things about the Providence Performing Arts Center but I had no idea it would be as good as it was. The theater is beautiful and upscale. The performance of The Lion King that I saw was as good as the... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Oct 20, 2005
Beautiful theater to see a live show. It is large enough that all the great shows come here but small enough where there isn't a bad seat in the house. They have series of plays as well as childrens shows and concerts.... (more)

Tiffany N.

on Judys Book Aug 17, 2005
Located in downtown Providence, the PPAC has a variety of theatrical performances ranging from musicals such as Aida to many other popular Broadway-typed shows. The center has a huge stage with balcony seating.... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Aug 17, 2005
The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) is such a great place to take in a show! For years, I had only gone into Boston to the Wang Theatre, but I won't anymore! PPAC is a great location in Providence that has all of... (more)

Lisa L.

on Judys Book Aug 05, 2005
Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) is a beautiful old theater, that has been refurbished and is now gorgeous. They have major plays and concerts come to the theater, as well as the occasional special event.... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Jul 26, 2005
Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) has a wonderful atmosphere, as well as great shows. See the latest broadway plays, traveling kids shows like Blues Clues Live and Sesame Street Live, and select musical... (more)


on Citysearch Sep 07, 2004
<b>In Short</b><br>On the National Register of Historic Places, Providence Performing Arts Center was originally a 3,200-seat Loews movie house. Prices are higher than when it opened in 1928, but shows are as... (more)

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