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|30 Jun 2022||Premiere Burning Stone by Tyler Brunner||The Charles Theatre, Baltimore|
|17 Aug 2022||The BOX Baltimore MD||Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Baltimore|
|05 Nov 2022||Swan Lake State Ballet of Ukraine||Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, Baltimore|
|17 Aug 2022||The BOX End of Isolation Tour Baltimore Md.||Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Baltimore|
|11 Jul 2022||Maryland Night GC 80 - American Visionary Art Museum with gourmet buffet||American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore|
|15 Jul 2022||Squidsbury||Mercury Theater, Baltimore|
|10 Jul 2022||Audition for The Mder Mystery Co. in Baltimore||Audition Space, Baltimore|
|26 Jul 2022||Returns and Remembrance Diaspora Homecoming||Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy, Baltimore|
|19 Jul 2022||Zain Asher Where the Children Take Us (in conversation with Julie Bykowicz||The Ivy Bookshop - Back Patio, Baltimore|
|13 Dec 2022||Jagged Little Pill||Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, Baltimore|
Baltimore is probably one of the most popular stops for amazing Broadway shows and also the small theater shows. In fact, the number of theaters in Baltimore is just humongous and all of them run amazing shows almost all throughout the year. The plays in Baltimore continue to take the city into a position where it thrives to take on the leading spot in performing arts with some of the most state-of-art theaters. The city has no shortage of theaters and festivals where the talent is showcased. These theaters are known to host some of the most popular plays including the likes of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, Rock of Ages, The King and I and The Play That Goes Wrong.
Far away from the general conception of high and loud music and adrenaline bursting dance, there are some fine plays in Baltimore that are very soothing and wonderfully pleasing. And these soothing and refreshing plays are mostly held at popular theaters in Baltimore like the Hippodrome Theater, Everyman Theater, and the Baltimore Center Stage. The Hippodrome Theater has been around for over a century and had a massive court with a seating capacity of over 2,300 occupants. However, this landmark place finally shut in 1990, leaving behind a heritage to be admired. Further, the Everyman Theater in Baltimore is one of the most amazing running theaters and still hosts popular plays and shows. So if you want to go to a nearby theater, you know where to head to.
With some of the most popular theaters in Baltimore, you can watch and feel the amazing classical, as well as comedy, plays in the city. To start off with, you will find plays including the Valentine’s Pajama Brunch and the Tuesday Night Trivia. But yes, these are just the teaser for some of the other plays and musicals in Baltimore in a plethora of genres. Besides just the plays, you can also enjoy talk shows at the venues where famous personalities and writers address a room of people. Among such talk shows is the Cordelia Moye, who hosts a talk show that goes by the name “An Engaging Evening With An Accomplished Poet”. Plus, don’t miss the fairs like the “Baltimore Child Camp Fair” or the “Career Fair”.
And then comes the gala event, the Maryland Film festival, which is an annual 5-day event held in the month of May. This festival is known for its close relationship with John Walters, one of the members of the Board of Directors. There are hundreds of film-makers who have been extremely obliged to screen their production at the film festival. The films are from a plethora of genres and also include the contemporary North American scene. The Maryland Film Festival is so popular that it has been listed one among the “25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World” by the MovieMaker Magazine.
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