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Christmas comes to The Maryland Theatre

Christmas comes to The Maryland Theatre

Tickets are still available for two classic holiday performances at The Maryland Theatre.

Join The City Ballet School and the Western Maryland City Ballet Company for 'The Nutcracker' on Saturday, December 9 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, December 10 at 3 p.m. Experience the magic of ballet this holiday season as you join Clara on her enchanted journey to the land of sweets. Set to Tchaikovsky's stunning score, this magical ballet is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday season with your family.

Featuring guests artists from the Carolina Ballet, 'The Nutcracker' is sure to capture your heart and become one of your favorite Christmas traditions. Featuring a full cast of over 100 dancers, brilliant costume, and prop design, and theatrical magic, 'The Nutcracker' is a family favorite and a special Christmas tradition.

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The Maryland Theatre will stage a production of 'A Christmas Carol' on Tuesday, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. 

A powerful story of redemption, the Charles Dickens classic has enchanted audiences all over the world over with its simple message of Holiday joy. Ebenezer Scrooge, that most unrepentant and miserly of fellows, is made to see the light as he survives a merciless battery of revelations by the ghosts of his own life: Jacob Marley and the Christmas Spirits of Past, Present, and Future. 

With script adaptation, direction, and a flawless performance as Scrooge, by award-winning 40 year theater veteran Scott H. Severance, this new adaptation of Dickens’ ever-popular classic fills the stage with first class professional actors, lush costumes, stunning sets and puppetry, song and dance, a heavy dose of humor, and a timeless message. With the music of 26 beloved traditional carols of the season woven throughout this classic tale, 'A Christmas Carol' is the perfect way to begin the holiday festivities in your community.

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