The Maryland Historical Society says a historic home in Baltimore will soon house a new immersive theater experience that will explore the spirit and characters of writer Edgar Allan Poe.
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.
A historic theater in western Maryland wants another $50,000 for a seat-replacement project.
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.
You’re about to meet some amazing young people–all of them loaded with talent. They’re high school students attending the Lyric Opera Camp.
New life and big business in Towson. The Cinemark movie theater opens Thursday, bringing with it many new additions to the area.
A Bowie man is under arrest for a series of bottle bombings that put police, firefighters and theater goers on high alert. One of the incidents happened at the popular Arundel Mills movie theater. Bail, originally set for $50 million, was later denied.
Officials say that for the second time in a week someone set off a bottle bomb at a movie theater complex in Fairfax County, leading to the evacuation of the theater but no injuries.
Legendary actor Mickey Rooney has died at the age of 93. When he was 80 he paid a visit to a Baltimore landmark to screen one of his most loved movies.
The Kennedy Center is hosting an international theater festival for the next three weeks, including the U.S. premiere of an Australian play about Rupert Murdoch and a dozen other productions.
Baltimore theaters are putting on plays for your entertainment with well-known productions, both old and new, for theater aficionados and newcomers alike.
The popular percussion show known as “Stomp” is returning to Washington with a touring engagement at the National Theatre.