Rhode Island Statehouse 90 Smith St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Rhode Island Statehouse is the office of the Secretary of State. The building hosts public meetings and open government…More events and is open to the public. House guided tours are offered free of charge, which include viewings of the building's bell room, state room and dome. Built from 1895 to 1904, it is constructed of Georgia white marble, bricks and iron. The marble dome is one of the largest in the world.
The Stadium Theatre hosts world-class live entertainment in a magnificent vintage venue equipped with…More state-of-the-art technology. Built in 1926, the theatre was fully restored in the 1990s through community support and has since operated as a nonprofit organization. It seats up to 1,088 audience members, and the in-house Encore Repertory Company performs full-scale musicals and Broadway-style revues.
This venue also hosts regional and national acts in comedy, music, dance, dinner cabaret, spirituality, drag shows and even boxing. There is a full-scale bar and bistro in the lobby. Every summer, Stadium Theatre holds Kid's Kamp, a two-week program focused on fostering an appreciation of the arts. This space can also be rented for private events.