Theaters in Baltimore

The legendary Hippodrome Theatre opened on November 23, 1914 and, for over 70 years, served as a movie palace that also showcased some of the top vaudeville performances of the time. It shuttered briefly and reopened with stunning renovation in 2004 as The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center and continues to provide world-class entertainment to downtown Baltimore ever since as the crown jewel of the newly established Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District.

The Landmark Theatres showcase a wide variety of films — ranging from independent and foreign film to 3-D movies and smart films from Hollywood. Landmark Theatres is the nation's largest theatre chain dedicated to exhibiting and marketing independent film.

Home of the world famous Baltimore Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestra Marin Alsop

(410) 783-8000

Arthouse theatre located in the heart of Baltimore City.  Designed in 1892 by Jackson C. Gott

(410) 727-3464

Live theatre is alive and well with an award winning resident company of local actors and artists.

(410) 752-2208

Intimate live theatre in the round.  Spotlighters has been bringing unique programming to baltimore for almost 40 years

(410) 752-1225