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159 Main St., Chambersburg, PA
Nestled in the heart of historic downtown Chambersburg is one of the area's most beloved treasures. Rediscovered and continually renovated since 1996, the Capitol Theatre is home to the performing arts in all of Franklin County. The Chambersburg Community Theatre and the Chambersburg Ballet Company call the theatre their home and with a number of performances by the Chambersburg Council for the Arts and the Cumberland Valley School of Music, the storied building is busy almost every week of the year.
Additionally the Capitol Theatre presents numerous quality shows throughout the year featuring stars of the entertainment industry.
Chambersburg Community Theatre
159 S. Main St., Chambersburg, PA
Chambersburg Community Theatre is proud to present our 56th continuous season of live theatre! If you want to laugh away an evening, solve a mystery, enjoy a holiday classic with the whole family, lift your spirits with a musical or broaden your mind with a thought-provoking drama, there is something for everyone. Come experience the magic of live theatre!
Auditions are always open to anyone who wants to give it a try - no experience necessary!
13 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, MD
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra is Western Maryland's premier professional orchestra serving audiences from the Quad-state region. The MSO attracts the finest musical talents from the Baltimore and Washington metro area to create thrilling performances in the historic, beautifully restored Maryland Theatre in downtown Hagerstown. Under the baton of Music Director Elizabeth Schulze-whom the Washington Post calls "a superb conductor"-the MSO has become a first-class orchestra of exceptional artistic quality.
21 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, MD
The Maryland Theatre was built in 1915, partially destroyed by fire in 1974 and reopened in 1978. The marvelous acoustics are only surpassed by the wonderful ambiance of The Theatre.
The Theatre provides comfortable seating for 1300 at performances of country artists, comedians, orchestra concerts, children's shows, musicians, recitals, stage shows, and others. The Maryland Theatre welcomes approximately 120,000 people through her doors annually.
The Old Opera House
204 N. George St., Charles Town, WV
Mission Statement: Excite and involve the community in all aspects of the performing and visual arts. Slogan: Building excitement for the arts
Old Opera House Theatre Company's Seven Guiding Principles:
Serving as a center for the arts; Providing opportunities for participation in the arts, Reaching out to all races, ages, ethnic backgrounds and abilities, Educating children in the arts, Maintaining the integrity and appeal of our historic facility, Collaborating with community and business partners to promote tourism and recreational activities, Striving to be the cornerstone of a thriving arts community.
1608 Woodlands Run, Hagerstown, MD
The Potomac Playmakers, Inc. is a community-based non-profit organization and in the truest sense of "community" we are an inclusive and welcoming group of people from all age groups and walks of life. For many local families our group has presented an opportunity for several generations to share the stage. The productions are an all-volunteer effort, from costuming, set design and construction to lights and sound. Auditions and participation are open to anyone who shares our love of live performing arts.
Totem Pole Playhouse
9555 Gold Course Rd., Fayetteville, PA
888-805-7056 or 717-352-2164
Since 1950, Totem Pole Playhouse has provided professional summer theatre to residents and visitors of the Cumberland Valley of Pennsylvania. Located just 15 miles west of Gettysburg and only two hours from Washington, DC, the theatre is known nationally for attracting high quality professional artists and for its wide variety of theatrical programming.
Washington County Playhouse
44 N. Potomac St., Hagerstown, MD
Since its beginning, The Playhouse has been known for producing popular and much-loved Broadway musical classics, such as "Oklahoma," "South Pacific," "Annie Get Your Gun," and "The Sound of Music," as well as the occasional light comedy or drama.