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The Maryland Theatre presents Motown Christmas and Irish Christmas

The Maryland Theatre presents Motown Christmas and Irish Christmas

Make plans for two unique Christmas shows at The Maryland Theatre in December.

A Motown Christmas — Tuesday, December 4, 2018

The Motown Experience is a world-class vocal group assembled from past and present members of three of Motown’s most legendary groups, The Temptations, The Miracles and The Capitols.

A Motown Christmas is a powerful show combining Motown’s greatest hits and everyone’s favorite holiday classics. The show features Motown's trademark dazzling choreography and unforgettable harmonies all performed in that memorable, soulful Motown style. 

The performance in Hagerstown is part of a Christmas tour that includes Raleigh, N.C., Savannah, Ga., Erie, Pa. and nine other cities over a three-week period. This is truly a family-oriented event that is sure to become a holiday tradition in Hagerstown and Western Maryland. 

You do not want to miss this unique, holiday spectacular.

Click here for tickets or call The Maryland Theatre box office at 301-790-2000.

Carol of the King: The Irish Dance Christmas Spectacular — Monday, December 17, 2018

Carol of the King, The Irish Dance Christmas Spectacular is led by the former lead dancer from Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance and founder of Two Step Productions, Justin Boros.

Two Step Productions also created the smash hit and fastest growing Irish dance show in the U.S., Rhythm in the Night: The Irish Dance Spectacular, which continues to tour every spring and set records across the county. 

Two Step Productions is bringing the two biggest things in the world together for the very first time — Irish dance and Christmas — to turn an age-old tradition into the first ever Irish dance Christmas spectacular the whole family will enjoy!

Click here for tickets or call The Maryland Theatre box office at 301-790-2000.

 

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