Center Stage Theater, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America
Maryland’s State theater and Baltimore’s biggest theater production, Center Stage Theater, also now known as Baltimore Center Stage, was formed by a team of theater supporters in 1963 and eventually became the leading theatre movement in America. Initially, it was made of a converted gymnasium that can accommodate seated 240 spectators. Today, it is divided into two: one is the Head Theater and the other one is the bigger Pearlstone (540-seat), both of which where major performances are held. Inside the facility also sit several spaces, such as The Deering Lobby, France-Merrick Board Room, The Jay Andrus Rehearsal Hall, The Marilyn Meyerhoff Mezzanine, Nancy K. Roche Chapel, among others.
While in Maryland, you might want to check out other fun things to do and places worth visiting. Learn about the African-American history of Maryland in Reginald F. Lewis Museum. This 82,000 square feet facility welcomes tourists and art aficionados and exhibits art or memorabilia on the wall. Bibliophiles will also enjoy exploring Edgar Allan Poe Museum and House. Named as “the father of modern detective story,” Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous works include “The Raven,” “The Tell-tale Heart,” and “Murders in the Rue Morgue.” Evergreen Museum and Library should also be added to your itinerary. It’s a surreal setting popular to newlyweds and simply those who are interested in quaint spaces. After a long day of strolling the city, it would really feel nice taking your restful sleep in Holiday Inn Express Baltimore Downtown. Country Inn & Suites by Radisson is also a perfect choice, not to mention that it’s close to airports and train stations. Take a short trip to nearby city of Essex for a different atmosphere.