A Celebration of Theatrical Proportions

Providence will regain use of one of its most beloved historic buildings this month as Columbus Theatre reopens its doors for the first time since 2009. Originally founded in 1926, the theatre once featured vaudeville and silent films before expanding its offerings to include other film, music and theatre presentations. In 2009, Columbus was forced to close its doors due to fire code updates.

Click here to read the full article in Providence Monthly.


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