It’s almost show time. Thirteen semi-trucks filled with equipment—one of them just for costumes.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake trades in City Hall for the stage.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is getting her big break in theater, joining the cast of “Chicago, The Musical” next week at the Hippodrome Theatre.
The man who created the original Broadway production of “Annie” in 1977 was in Baltimore for the production’s opening night.
The spunky orphan with the curly red hair and her faithful pooch hit the Hippodrome stage this week. The Tony-Award winning musical “Annie” comes to Charm City.
Stop the presses. That’s what the Newsboys Strike of 1899 did and crippled an entire industry. Now there’s a Broadway hit musical at the Hippodrome retelling the real life movement.
The nation’s biggest names in dancing are in Baltimore for a new performance called “Shaping Sound” at the Hippodrome.
Sixty-three years ago today, “I Love Lucy” made its TV debut. It was one of the most popular CBS shows ever and now ” I Love Lucy: Live on Stage” is at the Hippodrome.
The eight-time Tony award-winning musical “Once” has arrived in Baltimore. The show is touring the country, and will be here for just one week.
Those who study urban revival are quick to say that no one development, attraction or centerpiece will singlehandedly bring success to an area. So, 10 years after it opened, the new Hippodrome is one important piece in a stronger downtown.
A group of middle schoolers are spending the next weeks in a “triple threat” summer camp. They’re dancing, acting and singing on the Hippodrome stage.
On the silver screen, it was a mega hit. On Broadway, it received several Tony nominations. Now, “Sister Act” hits the Hippodrome stage on its national tour.