In a recent article by PBS, ZDS architecture was featured for its collaboration in restoring the Park Theatre, to quote the article:
“CRANSTON — After nearly two years of closure, a new beginning for the Park Theatre is on the horizon.
The theater, which has been a Cranston fixture for almost a century, has been shuttered since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. But now Dig in Dining and Entertainment owners Ed Brady and Jeff Quinlan plan to reopen the theater as space for movie showings, live performances and food.
Speaking to an audience gathered across from the theater on Tuesday morning, Brady said that the site at 848 Park Ave. will host local and national acts, comedy shows, classic and new movie releases, and include a dining space.
Several representatives and business leaders attended the event, including Gov. Daniel J. McKee; Cranston Mayor Kenneth J. Hopkins; Ocean State Coalition Executive Director Rick Simone; R.I. Film & TV Office Executive Director Steven Feinberg; and Jimmy Burchfield Sr., owner of CES Classic Entertainment and Sports.”