Will you go see ‘Hamilton’ when it returns to the Providence Performing Arts Center during its 2021-2022 season?

THE THREE-WEEK RUN for "Hamilton" at the Providence Performing Arts Center this past summer netted millions in economic impact for the city, according to a report released Sept. 24. / COURTESY JOAN MARCUS
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 73,000 theatergoers saw the production, making it the biggest summer Broadway draw in PPAC's history. A study by Advantage Marketing Information determined direct economic impact totaled about $7.6 million. The…

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