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What People Are Saying About WPPAC
Terrific variety of performances for Westchester. Easy parking. Comfortable seating. Convenient dining options.
I’ve seen other shows there and they’ve all been of extremely high quality. And the theatre is a very easy Metro North ride from Manhattan. I didn’t see their production of The Little Mermaid, but a friend of mine did and said it was just like a Broadway show. I thought the same about Sweeney Todd.
WPPAC’s production (of Sweeney Todd) is a bold interpretation. The musical performances were powerful and flawlessly performed by the talented cast and orchestra.
The word ‘extraordinary’ can honestly be used to describe each and every cast member. Special praise goes to Director Jeremy Quinn who brought this brilliant concept to life. From beginning to end, Mr. Quinn’s vision added depth and originality to the show. He took a chance which worked very well.
WPPAC’s production of Sweeney Todd is unlike any you’ll see anywhere, anytime. You must see it!
Our first time attending a performance at The White Plains performing Arts Center and we all loved it! Very comfortable seating, intimate atmosphere and reasonably priced…and the show was AMAZING! My daughter is 15 and a musical theater performer, we both loved “Sister Act”. So much energy and talent on the stage, a must see! The performers came out after and were so gracious to talk to my daughter and pose for some photos. Thanks to all!!!
Easy to get to. Love seeing Eli Castro…great seats at a great price, other great shows coming soon, convenient indoor parking. Near Walmart, Burlington Coat Factory, Imax Theater and other great things to do in White Plains.
Great shows and even better that it is so close to home….Yet another White Plains gem!
Is like Broadway without having to go into Manhattan.
White Plains Performing Arts Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization. Donations and support are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The current season is sponsored in part by ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County Government and other grants from major corporations, private foundations and individual donors.