Theatres

A

B

C

D

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

V

W

X

Y

Z

  USA

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colerado Connecticut Delaware District%20of%20Columbia Florida
Georgia-Hawaii Idaho-Iowa-Illinois-Indiana Kansas-Kentucky-Louisiana Maine-Massachusetts Michigan
Minnesota-Montana Nebraska-New%20Mexico New%20York North%20Carolina-North%20Dakota-Ohio
Oklahoma-Oregon-Pennsylvania South%20Carolina-Tennessee Texas Utah-Virginia Washington

   

  Maine-Massachusetts

The Collins Center for the Arts, formerly the Maine Center for the Arts, is a performing arts center and concert hall located on the campus of the University of Maine in Orono, Maine. It has been operating since 1986, hosting both local and national artists. The Center is the home of the Bangor Symphony Orchestra, the oldest continually-operating community orchestra in the US, founded in 1896.

For the calendar of the Collins Center for the Arts, please click here (AT): http://www.longbeachcc.com/calendar/https://www.collinscenterforthearts.com/events/

Merrill Auditorium is a 1,900-seat auditorium located in Portland, Maine, United States. Originally known as Portland City Hall Auditorium, it is located in the eastern section of Portland City Hall. Organizations such asMerrill Auditorium is a 1,900-seat auditorium located in Portland, Maine, United States. Originally known as Portland City Hall Auditorium, it is located in the eastern section of Portland City Hall. Organizations such as Portland Ovations and the Portland Symphony Orchestra use the auditorium as a primary performance space. PortTIX is the official box office of the Merrill Auditorium.

For the calendar of the Merrill Auditorium, please click here (AT): http://www.merrillauditorium.net/merrill-auditorium-tickets/


Photo: "Portland City Hall Auditorium and Kotzschmar Organ 1912" by unknown - http://www.foko.org/. Licensed under PD-US via Wikipedia

The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, often referred to simply as the Meyerhoff, is a music venue that opened September 16, 1982, at 1212 Cathedral Street in the Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The main auditorium has a seating capacity of 2,443 and is home to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. It is named for Joseph Meyerhoff, a Ukrainian-born Baltimore businessman, philanthropist, and arts patron who served as president of the Baltimore Symphony from 1965 to 1983.

For the calendar of the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, please click here (AT): https://www.bsomusic.org/calendar.aspx


Photo: "Meyerhoff Sym Hall 2012a" by Caseyjonz - Own work. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons

The Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall, previously known as the UMBC Concert Hall is the main theater of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus in Baltimore, Maryland. The theater is located in the Performing Arts and Humanities Building, the university's home for Ancient Studies, Dance, English, Music, Philosophy, and Theatre departments.[1] The theater is the designated concert hall for the university's symphony orchestra and other ensembles.Construction began in 2012 with phase one, and was completed in the fall of 2014. The concert hall provides space for an orchestra, stage, and seating up to 375 individuals.

For the calendar of the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, please click here: http://artscalendar.umbc.edu/monthly-calendar/

The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center is a performing arts complex on the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park. The 318,000-square-foot (29,500 m2) facility houses six performance venues; the UMD School of Music; and the UMD School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies. It also houses the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library. The Clarice operates under the auspices of the University of Maryland College of Arts and Humanities.

For the calendar of the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, please click here (AT): http://theclarice.umd.edu/calendar

The Maryland Theatre is a music and entertainment venue located in the Arts and Entertainment District of downtown Hagerstown, Maryland. It was built in 1915, partially destroyed by fire in 1974, and reopened in 1978. The theatre's seating capacity is 1,300 people, and it hosts performances of orchestra concerts, country artists, comedians, children's shows, musicians, recitals, stage shows, and others. Over 81,000 patrons attended performances at the Maryland Theatre in 2005, making it one of Maryland's premier venues for the performing arts. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra performs here regularly.

For the calendar of the Maryland Theatre, please click here: For the calendar of the Maryland Theatre, please click here (AT): http://www.mdtheatre.org/marquee.php


Photo: "Maryland Theater MD1" by Acroterion - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Strathmore is a cultural and artistic venue and institution in North Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Strathmore was founded in 1981 and consists of two venues: the Mansion and the Music Center. The Strathmore arts complex is connected to an upper floor of the parking garage at the Grosvenor-Strathmore Washington Metro station via an elevated pedestrian walkway, the Carlton R. Sickles Memorial Sky Bridge, named after late Congressman Carlton R. Sickles. The complex is thus accessible for patrons coming from Washington, D.C., as well as the northern part of Montgomery County, Maryland via the Metro rail system.

For the calendar of the Strathmore, please click here (AT): https://www.strathmore.org/events-and-tickets/upcoming-events


Photo: "Strathmore1" by Photo by User:Kmf164. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.5 via Commons

Barnstable High School is a public high school (grades 8–12) in the village of Hyannis, Massachusetts, United States, Town of Barnstable. It is the largest high school in Barnstable County on Cape Cod. It is divided into 5 "houses".
In the late 1990s, the school received a major renovation and expansion. This project included the construction of the Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, which also serves as the home stage for the Barnstable High School Drama Club, music department concerts, and Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra. The Performing Arts Center has a capacity of 1,440 people and has hosted a number of events, including large cast musicals that the Drama Club has performed.

For the calendar of the Barnstable High School , please click here: http://www.barnstable.k12.ma.us/Page/10


Photo: "Barnstable High School entrance" by User:Ktr101 - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Symphony Hall is a concert hall located at 301 Massachusetts Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts. Designed by McKim, Mead and White, it was built in 1900 for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which continues to make the hall its home. The hall was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1999. It was then noted that "Symphony Hall remains, acoustically, among the top three concert halls in the world and is considered the finest in the United States

For the calendar of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, please click here (AT): https://www.bso.org/Performance/Listing


Photo: "Boston Symphony Hall from the south" by Digfarenough - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

The Boston Opera House is a performing arts venue located at 538 Washington St. in Boston, Massachusetts. Originally built as a movie palace, it opened on October 29, 1928 and was rededicated in 1980 as a home for the Opera Company of Boston. Completely restored in 2004, the theater currently serves as the home of the Boston Ballet and also presents touring Broadway shows.

For the calendar of the Boston Opera House, please click here (AT): http://www.bostonoperahouse.com/


Photo: "BF Keith Memorial Theatre, Boston interior" by Historic American Building Survey Collection, Library of Congresshttp://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?hh:16:./temp/~pp_r271::@@@mdb=fsaall,app,brum,detr,swann,look,gottscho,pan,horyd,genthe,var,cai,cd,hh,yan,bbcards,lomax,ils,prok,brhc,nclc,matpcTransferred from en.wikipedia to Commons by User:Jay8g using CommonsHelper.. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

The Citi Performing Arts Center (formerly Wang Center for the Performing Arts) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Boston, Massachusetts. It consists of three theatres, the Wang Theatre and Shubert Theatre on Tremont Street, and the Colonial Theatre on Boylston Street in the Boston Theater District. The Center adopted its new name late in 2006, after signing a 15-year agreement with Citigroup. The center maintains partnerships with the Boston Lyric Opera, Celebrity Series of Boston, and Laugh Boston.

For the calendar of the City Performing Arts Center, please click here: http://www.citicenter.org/buy/show-listing


Photo: "Boston MA Wang Theatre" by Tim Pierce - Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Commons

Symphony Hall is a concert venue in Springfield, Massachusetts. Constructed between 1911-1913 and originally known as "The Auditorium," Symphony Hall is known for its excellent acoustics and Greek Revival architecture. Symphony Hall has a current seating capacity of 2,611 people. It is also home to Broadway-style theatre, children’s programming, internationally recognized speakers, and the yearly induction ceremony for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, as well as numerous concerts and performances. Symphony Hall is managed by Springfield Performing Arts Development Corporation and is a recognized not-for-profit theatre. SPADC also manages CityStage in downtown Springfield.

For the calendar of the Springfield Symphony Hall, please click here: http://www.springfieldsymphony.org/concerts-events/calendar/


Photo: "Symphony Hall, Springfield MA" by John Phelan - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Tanglewood is a music venue in Lenox and Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It has been the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra since 1937. Tanglewood is also home to three music schools: the Tanglewood Music Center, Days in the Arts and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. Besides classical music, Tanglewood hosts the Festival of Contemporary Music, Jazz Festival popular artists concerts, and frequent appearances by James Taylor, John Williams and the Boston Pops. In addition to hosting world-renowned programs of classical, jazz, and popular music, Tanglewood provides musical training at the Tanglewood Music Center for pre-professional musicians. Also nearby is the Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) for high school students and Days in the Arts (DARTs) for middle school students. Other youth-symphony organizations have also performed at either the Music Shed or Ozawa Hall, including the Norwalk Youth Symphony, from Norwalk, Connecticut, the Empire State Youth Orchestra, from Albany, New York, and the Greater Boston Youth Symphony (currently known as the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras).

For the calendar of the Tanglewood, please click here (AT): https://www.bso.org/Performance/Listing?brands=6427


Photo: 1. "Tanglewood Music Shed and Lawn, Lenox, MA" by Daderot. - Own work (I took this photo). Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons;

2.: "Tanglewood OzawaHall July 2009" by Titus.jon - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Commons

Mechanics Hall is a concert hall in Worcester, Massachusetts. It was built in 1857 in the Renaissance Revival style and restored in 1977. Built as part of the early nineteenth-century worker's improvement movement, it is now a concert and performing arts venue ranked as one of the top four concert halls in North America and in the top twelve between Europe and America. It also houses a recording studio.

For the calendar of the Mechanics Hall, please click here (AT): http://www.mechanicshall.org/tickets/calendar.html


Photo: "Mechanics Hall, Worcester MA" by John Phelan - Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Commons

    

Michigan

The Detroit Opera House is an ornate opera house located at 1526 Broadway Street in Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Grand Circus Park Historic District. The 2,700-seat venue is the home of productions of the Michigan Opera Theatre and a variety of other events. The theatre was originally designed by C. Howard Crane, who created other prominent theatres in Detroit including The Fillmore Detroit, the Fox Theater and the Detroit Symphony's Orchestra Hall. It opened on January 22, 1922.

For the calendar of the Michigan Opera House, please click here (AT): http://www.michiganopera.org/ticket-information/calendar/


Photo: "Detroit Opera House with trees" by Bnosnhoj - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Orchestra Hall is an elaborate concert hall in the United States, located at 3711 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. The hall is renowned for its superior acoustic properties and serves as the home of the internationally known Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO), the fourth oldest orchestra in the United States. With the creation of an adjoining auditorium for jazz and chamber music in 2003, Orchestra Hall became part of the Max M. Fisher Music Center. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

For the calendar of the Concert Hall/ Detroit Symphony Orchestra, please click here (AT): http://www.dso.org/CalendarView.aspx?cat_id=Classical


Photo: "Max M Fisher Music Center" by Andrew Jameson - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

The Music Hall Center for Performing Arts is a 1,731-seat theatre located in the city's theatre district at 350 Madison Street in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1928 as the Wilson Theatre, designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1976, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

For the calendar of the Music Hall Center, please click here (AT): http://www.musichall.org/buy


Photo: "Music Hall Detroit" by Andrew Jameson - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

The Hilberry Theatre is located at 4743 Cass Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan where it is employed by 40-50 graduate students at the Wayne State University main campus, who are pursuing degrees in acting, directing, or design management. Created in 1963, the Hilberry Theatre is the oldest graduate repertory company in the United States. The Hilberry Theatre puts on roughly six different plays, both modern and classic, from October until May each year.

For the calendar of the Hilberry Theatre, please click here: http://hilberry1.com/calendar/


Photo: "Hilberry Theatre WSU - Detroit Michigan" by Jtmichcock at English Wikipedia - Self-madeTransferred from en.wikipedia to Commons by Werewombat.. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

The Wharton Center for Performing Arts is located in East Lansing, Michigan, USA, on the campus of Michigan State University. It is the home of the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, which performs 17 concerts annually. The Wharton Center hosts many additional productions throughout the year, such as the MSU Federal Credit Union Broadway at Wharton Center series, concerts by local, national, and international acts, and was host to the final US Presidential Debate before the 1992 election. The facility was designed by Harley Ellis Devereaux.

For the calendar (AT) of the Lansing Symphony Orchestra click here: http://lansingsymphony.org/SeasonProfile/tabid/54/Default.aspx

For the calendar of the Wharton Center, please click here: http://www.whartoncenter.com/events


Photo: "MSU Wharton Center" by Original uploader was Jeffness at en.wikipedia - Transferred from en.wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.5 via Commons

McMorran Place is an entertainment complex in Port Huron, Michigan consisting of a 4,800-seat multi-purpose arena, a pavilion and a theater. It was designed by Alden B. Dow and built in 1960 for $3.5 million (equivalent to $28 million today).
The 1,157-seat theatre is used for Broadway shows, movies, concerts, and other stage events. It features not only excellent acoustics and sight lines, but also a stage curtain, also designed by Alden B. Dow. It is home to the International Symphony Orchestra and the Port Huron Civic Theatre.
In addition, there is a meeting room and a lounge at the complex. Outside the building is a 22-foot-diameter (6.7 m) clock and the Night and Day fountain, both by sculptor Marshall Fredericks.

For the calendar of the Mc Morran Place, please click here: http://www.mcmorran.com/