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Weinberg Center for the Arts
Based on 41 traveler reviews
A part of Frederick history
Feb 23, 2015 by: TW36T from Frederick, Maryland
We have been to many events there and the old, classic, but renovated theater is a great venue. There really are no bad seats.
Feb 14, 2015 by: sk1952 from Kensington, Maryland
This is a terrific venue with very good acoustics and very reasonable ticket prices. Went with friends to see Spyro Gyra last evening and thoroughly enjoyed their 2 hour performance! Only complaint is the couple sitting behind us must have thought they were at a restaurant and not a concert because they wouldn't stop talking during the entire concert. The old time ambiance has been maintained and the modern sound system was excellent. Location is great and there are many terrific restaurants close by for dining before or after the show. Parking is plentiful and ther is a garage right around the corner. Even though we live almost an hour away, we look forward to visiting the Weinberg Center again.
Feb 13, 2015 by: Sharoo32 from Frederick, MD
We went for a silent movie with organ accompaniment, and the entire theater full of people was spellbound. The presentation -- which included an introduction to the organist and a short movie about the incredible organ -- was perfection. We've been to many events here, and this place is just a magical gem.
Jan 26, 2015 by: PSkryjaWest from Baltimore, Maryland
We were there to see Red Green with friends and sat in the balcony. The seats were great and you did not feel you were that "far" from the show. We had a great time.
Family-Friendly Theatre Production
Dec 18, 2014 by: Lin R from
My second trip to this theatre for the holiday performance of The Nutcracker Ballet. Performed by local ballet students (starting around age 6) who are joined by professionals - this year from the New York Ballet. This is a sell-out event, with activities for children beforehand and small holiday crafts for sale in the lobby. The price is amazingly reasonable for this annual show, so it is very popular. Get there at least 20 minutes early as the crowd is thick. The theatre is very nicely renovated, though additional restrooms in the lobby areas would be helpful. If you think you are purchasing in the front row of the balcony, be aware that it really is just a step up from the mezzanine level, with no actual direct overlook to the stage. Still, the seats are raked well enough that impeded views are not much of a concern. Definitely worth a visit to this venue - they have interesting performances year-round.
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