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What a nice way for the PPAC to return the favor to the community for a devotion of the citizens to the arts. A great time was had by all with tributes, a magic show, rock band, and famous singer. Also free cupcakes and adult...More
Most boring show that hidden with political agenda..bought tickets for my sister birthday was a big mistake, she falls asleep during the show, submitted review on their site, was blocked..all you get from their site is all positive feedback mostly from their followers, they manipulated...More
What a beautiful old theater in downtown Providence. The acoustics were great and the surrounding were old world opulent. So much to see and enjoy even when there was no show on. Very nice. Great place to see a show.
I am a person who has had subscriptions to many performing arts centers over the years. In the last couple of years, I have attended several performances here and I love the theater and the productions have all been excellent. That is what lead me...More
I am officially going to be entering I to my third season as a Season Ticket Holder. I’ve always enjoyed the theatre, from when I was young. There is something electrifying about live performances. I’ve been visiting PPAC since I was a kid. I’ve been...More
Try the Mezzanine or Balcony. Seats aren't as large as in the Orchestra, and there is less leg room, but this shouldn't matter to children. And, from the upper area, you get panoramic views of the stage.
I volunteered at the PPAC for years and found parking on Clifford near Richmond, 3 blocks behind the PPAC, to be the easiest. It was free street parking at night and points you right to the freeway for easy... More
I volunteered at the PPAC for years and found parking on Clifford near Richmond, 3 blocks behind the PPAC, to be the easiest. It was free street parking at night and points you right to the freeway for easy departure. Just walk up Richmond and turn right and you are at the theatre. Parking in a lot will cost $10-20 and take a long time to get out of. Good Luck.