Arts, Music & Entertainment in Baltimore

Arts, Music & Entertainment in BaltimoreExperience the heart of Little America´s culture when you visit the theaters, music and entertainment venues, and art galleries in Charm City. As part of the largest metro area in Maryland, Baltimore has plenty of ways for you to stay entertained, whether you are interested in the performing arts or the fine arts.

Centerstage

Watch a performance by Maryland’s state theater. CENTERSTAGE is Baltimore’s largest professional producing theater, putting on a half dozen classic and contemporary plays in their seasonal series as well as a cabaret series, a play lab series, and specials by The Second City. After over 45 years, CENTERSTAGE has developed a reputation for innovation and excellence in entertainment.

Address: 700 N Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202 - MAP
Phone: (410) 332-0033
Web: centerstage.org

Baltimore Actors' Theatre
Catch a show by the Baltimore Actors' Theatre at their performing home, the Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre. This multi-faceted theater is home to an acting troupe, the Conservatory - the state's first and only accredited College Preparatory School of the Arts - and the Baltimore Actors' Theatre Academy.

Address: 300 Dumbarton Rd., Baltimore, MD 21212 - MAP
Phone: (410) 337-8519
Web: baltimoreactorstheatre.org

Baltimore Theatre Project
Visit the internationally recognized Baltimore Theatre Project for a diverse variety of theatrical performances and entertainment. Founded in 1971 as an appendage to Antioch University, the Baltimore Theatre Project was formed with the mission to provide world-class alternative theater through a non-profit organization.

Address: 45 W Preston St., Baltimore, MD 21202 - MAP
Phone: 410-752-8558
Web: www.theatreproject.org

France-Merrick Performing Arts Center
Enjoy the hits of Broadway and the other touring theatrical groups from the Big Apple in the comfort of Charm City. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, located in the former vaudeville Hippodrome Theatre, presents its performances in an elegant showplace, and strives to fulfill the cultural, educational, and entertainment needs of Baltimore and its surrounding region.

Address: 12 N Eutaw St., Baltimore, MD 21201 - MAP
Phone: (410) 837-7400
Web: www.france-merrickpac.com

Toby's Dinner Theatre
Dine on a delicious buffet, complete with a salad bar and dessert bar, and sip on a drink from the full service bar while you watch a show at Toby´s Dinner Theatre in Baltimore. Located in the Best Western Hotel and Conference Center just a few miles away from Inner Harbor, this dinner theater offers an affordable evening of entertainment.

Address: 5625 O'Donnell St., Baltimore, MD 21224 - MAP
Phone: (410) 649-1660
Web: www.tobysdinnertheatre.com

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Treat your ears to a masterpiece performance by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. This professional symphony orchestra has put on soulful concerts and live entertainment year-round since its formation in 1916. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra acts as Maryland´s musical ambassador to the world, and, despite calling the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall home, the orchestra maintains a regular performance presence at Carnegie Hall.

Address: 1212 Cathedral St., Ste 1, Baltimore, MD 21201 - MAP
Phone: (410) 783-8000
Web: www.bsomusic.org

Pride of Baltimore Chorus
Listen to the lovely ladies of the Pride of Baltimore Chorus put on a performance of the highest possible level. This 110 member all-female, a cappella chorus has members from five different states, and serves as a chapter of the Sweet Adelines International, the world´s largest women´s singing organization. Catch an official performance, or stop by to watch (and possibly join in) a rehearsal!

Address: 111 Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21201 - MAP
Phone: (410) 539-1151
Web: www.prideofbaltimorechorus.com

American Visionary Art Museum
See the world through different eyes at the American Visionary Art Museum, America´s national art museum dedicated to self-taught art. This imaginative art museum sponsors themed exhibitions featuring the works of different local and national artists. All exhibits focus on a central theme, meant to bring awareness to certain social and cultural issues.

Address: 800 Key Hwy., Baltimore, MD 21230 - MAP
Phone: (410) 244-1900
Web: www.avam.org

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Baltimore Museum of Art

Address: 10 Art Museum Dr., Baltimore, MD 21218 - MAP
Phone: (410) 396-7100
Web: www.artbma.org

Everyman Theatre

Address: 1727 N Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201 - MAP
Phone: (410) 752-0111
Web: www.everymantheatre.org

Performance Workshop Theatre

Address: 28 E Ostend St., Baltimore, MD 21230 - MAP
Phone: (410) 788-0800
Web: www.performanceworkshoptheatre.org

Spotlighters Theatre

Address: 817 Saint Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21202 - MAP
Phone: (410) 752-1225
Web: www.spotlighters.org

Mobtown Theater

Address: 3600 Clipper Mill Rd Ste 114, Baltimore, MD 21211 - MAP
Phone: (410) 467-3057
Web: www.mobtownplayers.com