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Season ticket holder
Jan 17, 2015 by: ravensguy from Baltimore, Maryland
Have season tickets to a few of the venues in Baltimore. Have always lived the smallish, more personal feel of Centerstage. There are 2 auditoriums within, quite different from each other. If you're looking for a "big Broadway" type production, ie large musical .. This is probably the wrong venue for you. Shows are typically smaller, maybe more off Broadway type, maybe even a tad more provocative or cerebral.
It's A Wonderful Life!
Dec 19, 2014 by: SUZANNAH S from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Coworkers and I went to see "It's A Wonderful Life" and thoroughly enjoyed the adaptation. After the first 15 minutes we were completely absorbed in the play and barely noticed the character changes. (A small cast of 5 plus a "sound man") The actors were delightful! The Theater was a bit warm but created an intimate atmosphere. There didn't appear to be any seats that wouldn't have a great view. It was a wonderful night!
Center Stage Theater is a wonderful treat for residents and visitors!
Nov 25, 2014 by: Vernene from Md
I have been involved with Center Stage for twenty years, but very involved and seeing each show at least twice, for the last ten years. The acting is always superb! Staff is appreciative and friendly, often providing insight on the show, to the audience. There are special prices available for some nights and at certain times. There is a casual restaurant, with great food available before the show. This theater offers the very best printed program, with an abundance of information. No need to "doll up"! Come in your comfortable clothes and experience a wonderful matinee or evening in this former school building, which still retains interesting historic architecture. Oh, the scenery is always top-notch, too. There is no bad seat as the theater is not huge, but merely big enough to make you feel you are part of an enthusiastic theatrical crowd. Cheers!
A great theater venue
Nov 24, 2014 by: mzmd from Glen Arm, Maryland
We have been to Center Stage several times now and have thoroughly enjoyed every show. There are no bad seats in the house. Last night we saw "It's a Wonderful Life, radio version" and loved it. They made it unique to Baltimore, by setting it at WBAL radio station and adding Old Bay and H&S Bakery Commercials. The 2 theaters (Pearlstone and Head) within Center Sage are both very well planned. You can get drinks and food inside too. Parking in the SunPaper's Garage is easy too. It is just diagonal-across the street from Center Stage and costs about $5. Really a nice venue!
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.
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