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9 W. 25th Street in Baltimore, MD has a rich performance history that dates back over 65 years as the Playhouse Theatre. Originally built in 1940, The Playhouse Theatre opened on May 25, 1946 as Homewood Theatre. It was remodeled in 1951 and reopened and renamed the Playhouse Theatre. The theater was the place for many notable performers including jazz legends Louis Armstrong & Billie Holliday, and actor Charlie Chaplin. The Playhouse Theatre eventually closed in May 1985, and was re-opened in 2010 as the Autograph Playhouse.
Although you've already missed Baltimore Rock Opera Society's Phantom of the Paradise and the Charm City Fringe Festival, there is still more fun to be had and more amazing art to discover at the hands of your fellow Baltimorians. Use today's Bmore Bargain to catch some new, original, or adapted shows by local artists with a $10 general admission ticket (reg. $20), or a $20 VIP ticket (reg. $40). VIP access includes the show, a post-show reception with champagne & appetizers, & live music!