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Next to normal
Nov 18, 2014 by: babasusan from Stevenson, Maryland, USA
Wonderful play with beautiful voices and a great set. We sat in the last row of the orchestra, and the sight lines were good except that the woman in front of us had a high hairdo, and it was difficult to see over her.
Oct 27, 2014 by: Kls88 from
We saw Next to Normal last night. The music, singing, and performances were outstanding. The theatre seating is awesome too. There really isn't a bad seat in the house. We try to see a show whenever we visit Baltimore. If you like the theatre I definitely recommend Center Stage
Sep 30, 2014 by: Metoy2509 from Baltimore, Maryland
Went to Center Stage and saw Amadeus. The performance was wonderful. The characters put on a pre-show about 1/2 hour before the actual performance. The employees and volunteers are great. The tickets are reasonably priced. A "must see"!!
Not a bad seat
Sep 14, 2014 by: zozo1967 from Baltimore, Maryland
Center Stage is a gem in Baltimore. I’ve seen 4-5 shows here and have one coming up soon. The theater is very intimate, small enough that you can see all of the facial expressions and nuances, yet big enough so that you don’t feel like you’re in an auditorium. I’ve sat in many locations throughout the theater and I don’t think there is a bad seat in the house. Parking isn’t too fun in Baltimore, but we’ve never had too much trouble. Go a few minutes early to look at all the pictures of past shows and have a drink.
Important regional theatre
Aug 02, 2014 by: Dancinggirl2014 from New York City, New York
We saw a new play at the Arena, and enjoyed a lovely buffet meal prior to the show at their cafe. I am an avid supporter of regional theatre, and the Arena didn't disppoint in its commitment to offering important dramatical work at an affordable price, with quality artistry. The lobby was spacious. the theatre comfortable, and the play excellent. The cafe offered a comfortable cafeteria-style format, and the food was excellent. There was an interesting costume display on hand in the seating area of the cafe, which showcased the costumes of the season's plays on mannequins. As we dined at our table, it was a little like sitting in an art gallery amongst the mannequins as fellow guests, and I enjoyed being immersed in the display as a unique preparation for a theatrical evening! Neat...
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