Theaters

Theaters

Baltimore is becoming more and more known for its thriving arts community, and the local theaters are no exception. Whether you're taking in a Broadway show at the Hippodrome or visiting one of the various community playhouses, Baltimore provides a wonderful variety of theater for everybody.

  1. "The UPTOWN Theatre" - Washington DC

    "The UPTOWN Theatre" - Washington DC

    In the 3500 block of Connecticut Ave, NW in an uptown DC neighborhood called Cleveland Park.


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  2. "The New Patterson Theater" - Highlandtown

    "The New Patterson Theater" - Highlandtown

    The newly renovated Patterson Theatre, home of the Baltimore Creative Alliiance Arts Center. Locals know this place as the "Patterson Movies".

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  3. "Teatro Charles" - Charles Theater

    "Teatro Charles" - Charles Theater

    The Charles Theatre is Baltimore's premier art house movie spot located in the new "Station North Arts District". Tapas Teatro is one the best tapas joints in town.

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  4. "Senator Theater" -  (Panorama)

    "Senator Theater" - (Panorama)

    The Senator Theatre, one of Baltimore's landmark theatres. Built in 1939 this Art Deco theater continues to operate as a single screen first run movie house. Listed on the national register of historic places and hosts world premiers by film makers including native sons Barry Levinson and John Waters. "Liberty Heights" premiered in November 1999.

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  5. "Monster Charles" - Charles Theater

    "Monster Charles" - Charles Theater

    The Charles Theatre, Baltimore's premier art house theater. Located on Charles Street in the new "Station North Arts District".

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  6. "Ladder 49" - Senator Theater

    "Ladder 49" - Senator Theater

    Ladder 49, made in Baltimore and premiered at the Senator Theatre in October 2004.

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  7. "It's a Dirty Shame" - Senator Theater

    "It's a Dirty Shame" - Senator Theater

    The Senator Theatre, one of Baltimore's landmark theatres. Built in 1939 this Art Deco theater continues to operate as a single screen first run movie house. Listed on the national register of historic places and hosts world premiers by film makers including native sons Barry Levinson and John Waters. Dirty Shame premiered in September 2004. "Threatening the very limits of common decency."

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