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Baltimore: Theater

Baltimore Theater: Theater Around Baltimore

Below are our Baltimore Theater recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, theater history and other points of interest in Baltimore Art.

Baltimore Improv Festival

Baltimore Improv Festival Information

Public Transportation: Good (steps from buses 10 and 13 at Eastern Avenue/SE Avenue; a 4-minute walk from bus 22 at Bank Street/South Highland Avenue; a 6-minute walk from bus 7 at Hudson Street/East Avenue; and a 10-minute walk from buses 20, 23, and 40 at Highland Avenue/East Baltimore Street)
Handicapped Accessibility: Good
Performances/Programs: 8–10 shows featuring over 20 performance troupes
Ticket Prices: $12–$15. Discounts available for Creative Alliance members
Subscriptions: The …more…

Baltimore Playwrights Festival

Baltimore Playwrights Festival Information

Public Transportation: Varies by venues
Handicapped Accessibility: Depends on venue, but generally good
Performances/Programs: 5–15 Festival productions per year. Script Evaluations, Staged Readings, Workshops, and more are also available throughout the year. Schedule varies
Ticket Prices: Tickets prices vary widely
Subscriptions: 2 individual memberships are available: Sustaining Membership ($25) and Voting Membership ($100). Depending on level, benefits include a membership card entitling the holder to a $3 discount (or …more…


In a city that’s sadly lacking in professional theaters, Centerstage really stands out. The 45-year-old organization, which always offers a slate of classics, new plays, and innovative musicals, has earned a reputation as Baltimore’s premier theater company. Centerstage courts all kinds of audiences with special programs that aim to make show-going an integral part of its patrons’ social lives.

Pre-show festivities include a party with discounted beer and wine, free eats, …more…

Everyman Theatre

Founded in 1990, Everyman is an Equity theatre with a professional repertory company of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area. Its debut production, Milan Stitt’s The Runner Stumbles, was presented in St. John’s Church. For the next three years, the company performed in various venues throughout Baltimore before leasing and renovating its current home on Charles Street in 1994.

The first show in the current space on Charles Street was Sam Shepard’s Buried Child; …more…


Located in Howard County, on the grounds of Howard Community College, Rep Stage is a professional theater that has to date won seven Helen Hayes Awards and received 38 nominations. Since its inaugural season in 1993-94, the company has mainly focused on regional and/or national premieres. HCC students are involved in every aspect of theater — working in the scene shop, on electrics crews, in wardrobe, as production assistants, as …more…

Single Carrot Theatre

This company takes its name from a statement by the great French artist Paul Cézanne: “The day is coming when a single carrot, freshly observed, will set off a revolution.” Single Carrot champions new, diverse, and socially significant works while also endeavoring to reinvigorate the classics.

Scheduled for performance during the company’s representative 2010-2011 season are Eric Coble’s Natural Selection, Gao Xingjian’s The Other Shore, Paula Vogel’s The Long Christmas Ride Home, and Andrew …more…

Theatre Project

Founded in 1971 and billed as “Baltimore’s year-round fringe venue,” Theatre Project presents an array of original and experimental theatre, music, and dance. In its early years, it hosted performances by Pilobolus Dance Theater, Urban Bush Women, and Bread and Puppet Theatre, as well as community outreach programs such as the Baltimore Neighborhood Arts Circus and Baltimore Voices. TP was a co-producer of The New Theatre (TNT) Festivals at the …more…