Frederick and Western Maryland

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  • 1. The Maryland Theatre

    built in 1915 by renowned architect Thomas W. Lamb (who also designed Madison Square Garden), stands in the heart of the city's burgeoning arts district....

    built in 1915 by renowned architect Thomas W. Lamb (who also designed Madison Square Garden), stands in the heart of the city's burgeoning arts district. The refurbished theater welcomes big-name country singers, doo-wop groups, comedians, and classical musicians to its stage. On Monday night, art-house films are shown, and throughout the year, there are theatrical offerings for kids.

    21 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, Maryland, 21740, USA
    301-790–3500
  • 2. Weinberg Center for the Arts

    A 1920s movie marquee heralds the entrance to this downtown cultural hub for plays, musical performances, and more. Past performers have included singer Emmy Lou...

    A 1920s movie marquee heralds the entrance to this downtown cultural hub for plays, musical performances, and more. Past performers have included singer Emmy Lou Harris, South African a cappella singing group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the Second City comedy troupe, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO).

    20 W. Patrick St., Frederick, Maryland, 21701, USA
    301-228–2828
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