1801 Dual Hwy
Hagerstown, MD 21740
Phone: (301) 791-8100
Fax: (301) 766-2079
Hosting a variety of entertainment every year, this historic venue offers performances from country artists to comedians to orchestral groups.
Under the direction of Elizabeth Schulze, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra is the tri-state region's premier professional orchestra.
A year-round venue, with shows changing every two months that offers a variety of shows, including many Broadway shows and musical comedies.
Concerts featuring artists from around the world presented in a non-smoking, family friendy venue.
The Shepherdstown Opera House, one of the nation's oldest movie theatres, first begin showing films in 1909. The Opera House has gone through a renovation and reopened. Once again, the Opera House sparkles with life, using the finest projection and sound systems available to entertain a new generation with the best movies being made today.
The War Memorial Building was acquired by the Shepherdstown Men's Club in the year 1947 and given its present name, to honor the dead of the World War II. The place has been refurbished several times since then and has taken over several roles. Now, the War Memorial Building is used as an eclectic events space to conduct the meetings and events of the club. The place is also rented out for private parties and celebrations. Located at the cross junctions between the German street and King street, the place is easy to spot and reach. If you are in the city, ensure that you pay a visit here, as a mark of respect for the dead and to appreciate the beauty of the monument.
Built in 1913 by H. P. Thorn, the Apollo Civic Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has withstood two world wars, depression and many other historical events in its long existence. Over the years, it changed hands and names though its purpose remained entertaining the locals. Today it hosts dances and plays for the community. It is also available on rent for cultural and private events.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Come on the one hour tour and hear some fascinating stories about downtown Fredrick's past! Tickets are available at The Museum of Fredrick County HIstory. Tickets are $7 adults, $6 seniors, and $5 children 6-12. For more events see downtown Fredrick's website
With a history dating back to 1742, All Saints Episcopal Church is nestled in the center of downtown Frederick. Its prominent tower is one of the highlights of the city skyline and its beautiful neo-Gothic building is a sight to behold. The church is known for its musical events and outreach programs. Events such as Christmas in April and Greens and Gifts sale are some of the much anticipated occasions of the neighborhood. One can even stroll through their lovely garden which is tucked away behind the structure. All Saints Episcopal Church also has many spaces usable for various functions and meetings.
This theatre company features live, professional performances of contemporary and original works, including comedies, dramas, and musicals, virtually every weekend. A professional children's theatre is also featured on weekend afternoons and actor training classes are available.
The former Shakespeare Project, the Maryland Shakespeare Festival is a professional classical theater company that brings to life the passion and relevance of Shakespeare's plays by offering professional productions year round at their Elizabethan Playouse on West 2nd Street and outdoor performances around the state each June. They also provide educational programs for over 15,000 students a year.