This summer, enjoy plays and concerts at the Baltimore area’s spacious outdoor theaters.
The Everyman Theatre is opening in its new home in a long-abandoned historic theater on Baltimore’s west side with a week of festivities.
As warmer seasons return, exciting shows and events spring up at local theaters. From musical plays to rowdy comedians to artistic works of film, there is something for everyone coming soon to Baltimore.
Washington National Opera, which recently merged with the Kennedy Center after struggling financially for years, announced an ambitious long-term agenda Tuesday, including plans to stage Wagner’s complete “Ring” cycle in 2016.
Thankfully, Baltimore, as small as it may seem to an outsider, has a pretty bumping bar scene. That comes in handy after you roll out from a downtown concert or show and are in the mood to dance or grab a drink with friends. All of the after party venues are within safe walking distance from your concert/theater venue and perfect for chatting it up with your fellow audience members.