The Maryland Theatre--Entertainment of Today in Yesterday's Setting

The Maryland Theatre--Entertainment of Today in Yesterday's Setting

The Maryland Theatre was built in 1915. During 1974, it was partially destroyed by a large fire and reopened in 1978. The marvelous acoustics are only surpassed by the wonderful ambiance of the Theatre. The Theatre provides comfortable seating for 1300. Over 88,543 patrons, including more than 25,536 school students/children, attended performances there in 2003.
The Maryland Theatre has seen many wonderful events throughout its history. It has housed comedian George Carlin, teen idol Aaron Carter, as well as presenting Moscow Ballet's the Great Russian Nutcracker, and jazz and ballet assembles from area dance studios and much more. Children's shows (part of their student series), solo artists, stage shows, and orchestra productions frequently transpire throughout the year.