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In 1983, Lynn Singleton was named president of the Providence Performing Arts Center and successfully reversed the then-struggling theater’s financial fortunes. Attendance at PPAC has increased from 57,000 that first year to nearly 500,000 this year. During his tenure, he and PPAC have received widespread recognition, including several Tony Awards for production. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

‘You win with good people’

J.L. “Lynn” Singleton | Providence Performing Arts Center CEO and presidentHere are some thoughts I have consistently found to be true over my decades...

Most-read stories on PBN.com, Sept. 2019

1. 2 Providence restaurants among Bon Appetit’s top 50 new eateries in U.S. POSTED ONLINE: SEPT. 11 Aleppo Sweets and Big King, based in...

Will you go see ‘Hamilton’ when it returns to the Providence...

This past summer's three-week run of the award-winning musical "Hamilton" was a great success for the Providence Performing Arts Center and the capital city.Nearly...

‘Hamilton’ boosts PPAC, economy

Just how much “Hamilton” will theatergoers be willing to pay for?The Providence Performing Arts Center is betting this past summer’s sold-out, three-week run merely...
GENEROUS FAMILY: The White Family will receive the Honorary Chairs’ Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities on Oct. 17. Pictured from left are Benjamin White, Kirsten McKenzie, Elizabeth “Liz” White, John Hazen White Jr., Katelyn Zerba and John Hazen White III. 
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White family honored for philanthropy

JOHN HAZEN WHITE JR., CEO of Taco Inc., his wife, Liz, and their sons John III and Benjamin will receive the Honorary Chairs’ Award...

Providence ‘Hamilton’ performances draw 73K attendees, $3.5M in direct spendin

PROVIDENCE – Nearly 73,000 theatergoers saw “Hamilton” during its three-week run at the Providence Performing Arts Center in July and August, making the musical...

Weiss named new president of Festival Ballet Providence

ALAN WEISS, owner of East Greenwich-based Summit Consulting Group Inc., was recently elected president of Providence-based ballet company Festival Ballet Providence. Weiss replaces Toots...

Slader reelected RISCA chair

ELIZABETH “LIBBY” SLADER, owner of Providence-based design firm Libby Slader Interior Design, was recently reelected as chairman of the Rhode Island State Council on...

Who Owns The Block?

Weybosset Street Page Street to Delta Street, ProvidencePBN RESEARCH AND PHOTOS/James Bessette PBN GRAPHIC/Lisa Lagreca
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha announced settlements with ticket sellers that listed or sold deceptive speculative tickets in Rhode Island. / COURTESY OFFICE OF THE R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL

AG targets speculative-ticket sales

PROVIDENCE – R.I. Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced the state reached settlements with three online ticket sellers this week, who were found to...
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