Welcome to The Maryland Theatre
The Maryland Theatre’s highest priority is the health and well-being of all our patrons, performers, and volunteers. In conformance with the public health guidelines issued by state of Maryland, and due to the threat of COVID-19, The Maryland Theatre is operating at a restricted capacity.
For the safety of our staff, the Box Office is currently closed to the public, though staff continues to check our voicemails and e-mails often and will be in touch a soon as possible. Additionally, all public events and performances within the Historic Auditorium have been cancelled until September 8, 2020.
Our Programming and Administrative Staff are available to meet by appointment for meetings and facility tours for future event rentals. Under our restricted operations The Theatre is able to host private events such as live streamed events*, day camps, religious events, private events and weddings at 50% capacity within our Performing Arts Center, while following health and safety guidelines.
During your visit to The Maryland Theatre we ask visitors practice contactless greeting, to maintain social distancing, wear a mask if you will be in close proximity to any persons. Additionally, hand sanitizer and antibacterial soap is available throughout our facility for visitors use.
Ticket holders should check the show listing on our website mdtheatre.org for the latest information. Your tickets are transferable and will be valid in the same form you have them in currently for the new date & showtime.
Options if you are unable to attend the new date:
- Share your tickets with a friend or family member
- Re-sell them online at Ticketmaster.com or otherwise or
- Consider the ticket value a donation to the performance entity
Please continue to check our website mdtheatre.org for the most up-to-date information about our hours of operations. Thank you for your continued support of The Maryland Theatre during this unpredicted time. We can’t wait to welcome our community through our doors again soon!
* Renters must provide their own live stream broadcast equipment & licensing
Built in 1915, designed by renowned architect Thomas Lamb, the theatre is the anchor to the Arts & Entertainment district in the city which comprises a new high school for the visual and performing arts, offices of the Washington County Arts Council and numerous new businesses and retail enterprises. The Theatre provides comfortable seating for 1,293 at performances of artists, comedians, orchestra concerts, children's shows, musicians, recitals, plays, including serving as the home of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, City Ballet School, Hagerstown Community Concert Association, Authentic Community Theatre and the Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant. Additionally, The Theatre hosts a variety of private events including business lectures and seminars, weddings and birthdays, memorial services, holiday gatherings, fundraisers and networking events. The Maryland Theatre welcomes approximately 100,000 people through her doors annually.