Tax credit boosts PPAC offerings

ACTING CREDITS: Dani de Waal and Stuart Ward are starring in “Once,” a production that came to PPAC in large part because of tax credits against total costs of the show. / COURTESY COREY MARTINEAU
ACTING CREDITS: Dani de Waal and Stuart Ward are starring in “Once,” a production that came to PPAC in large part because of tax credits against total costs of the show. / COURTESY COREY MARTINEAU
(Corrected, Oct. 9, 1:43 p.m.) When “Phantom of the Opera” takes the stage at the Providence Performing Arts Center on Nov. 27, it will be the fourth show to be produced on Weybosset Street that benefited from the tax credit enacted more than a year ago. Qualified production expenses for “Phantom” total more than $2.6…

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