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 the state of Maryland, and due to the threat of COVID-19, The Maryland Theatre is operating at a restricted capacity.
The Maryland Theatre Box Office is currently open Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 11 am-4:30 pm. Our Programming and Administrative Staff are available to meet by appointment for meetings and facility tours for future event rentals. To contact our staff outside of Box Office hours, call 301-790-3500 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Under our restricted operations, The Theatre can host small performances and host private events such as live-streamed events*, day camps, religious events, and weddings at 50% capacity within our Performing Arts Center, while following health and safety guidelines. We are also able to host performances in our historic auditorium with a maximum of 100 persons. Please view our website for the latest event updates as many are still being postponed and canceled.
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:
1. Share your tickets with a friend or family member
2. Re-sell them online at Ticketmaster.com or otherwise or
3. Consider the ticket value a donation to the performance entity
We look forward to welcoming you to The Maryland Theatre. The safety of our patrons is our number one priority. Please review the following health and safety guidelines to ensure all patrons have a safe and enjoyable visit! During your visit to The Maryland Theatre, we ask visitors to:
- Due to government mandates Masks are required when visiting The Maryland Theatre. Masks must cover your nose and mouth. Mask may be removed when seated to eat or drink, please wash your hands or utilize hand sanitizer after touching your face.
- Please follow the directions of our ushers and staff to avoid overcrowding areas. In addition- stanchions will be used throughout the facility to help maintain social distance.
- Currently, we are offering General Admission seating for this performance. Seating will only be available on the orchestra level of The Maryland Theatre. Box seats and balcony seating are closed to patrons at this time.
- Parties more than 6 must socially distance when selecting seats except for those who live in the same household.
- Upon arrival have your tickets out and ready to be scanned by our ushers. If you have mobile entry tickets, our have ushers will not physically touch your cell-phone. Please have your screen brightness on the highest setting and your tickets ready to be scanned in the Ticketmaster App or on your phone’s mobile ticket wallet.
- If your tickets are at Will Call, our Box Office will be open 1 hour prior to the performance. Our Box Office is located within The Maryland Theatre, to the left of the lobby. Please maintain social distance when waiting in the Will Call line.
- Concessions are available during your visit to The Maryland Theatre. All service areas have been equipped with protective plexiglass shields and hand sanitizer is available in the concessions area. Concession areas are deep cleaned often and undergo sanitization regularly.
- Please stay home if you or someone in your household has a fever, coughing, sneezing, or think you might have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
- There are a variety of parking options within walking distance of The Maryland Theatre. For more information on parking in the City of Hagerstown click here
- The Maryland Theatre reserves the right to remove any patron(s) who are disregarding health and safety guidelines and endangering others. Click here for more information on Theatre Etiquette.
Thank you for your continued support of OUR Maryland Theatre during this unpredicted time. Please stay healthy and safe.
* 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.