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Dinner Theaters in Frederick, MD
1.Way Off Broadway Inc
5 Willowdale Dr
907 6th St SW
3.CineBistro at The Rotunda
727 W 40th St
4.Back Alley Jazz Live Shows & Restaurant
1131 W Baltimore St
5.Lazy Susan Dinner Theater
PO Box Q
6.Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
7000 Arundel Mills Cir
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament was launched on the island of Majorca in 1973. The entertainment is based on the tradition of royal families inviting guests to a festival and feast to watch knights compete. The company debuted in the United States in 1983. The company s castles have entertained nearly 30 million guests. Guests receive a crown corresponding to their seating area. Serving wenches deliver four courses to guests for the feast. The meal consists of bread and soup, roasted chicken, spare rib and two rounds of beverages. The feast is served medieval style without silverware. The legend of a kingdom unfolds in the Grand Ceremonial Arena with a tournament where six Knights vie for the lead in the flag toss, ring pierce and javelin throws. Highlights of the show include an original music score recorded by the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament has locations in California, Texas, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Illinois, South Carolina, Florida and Toronto.
7.Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
181 Kernstown Commons Blvd
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I Love this movie theatre. Its clean, friendly & they give back to their community all the time.
8.Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Winchester
181 Kernstown Commons Blvd
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Screen Count: 8
9.Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre & Children's Theatre
5 Willowdale Dr
10.Gettysburg Civil War Era Dinner Theater
15 W Main St
One Man...three distinctly and uniquely different characters...one sumptuous meal.Truly an escape back in time as we present a three-part journey toinclude:Civil War Era Magic ShowAn "Old Timer" who will share stories about life as a civilian during the Battle of GettysburgA Theatrical Re-Creation of a Civil War Era Seance.2 1/2 hours of sound entertainment of the era, for the entire family at The Historic Fairfield Inn.
11.Toby's-The Dinner Theatre of Columbia Inc
5900 Symphony Woods Rd
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Located in Columbia, Md., Toby's Dinner Theatre offers award-winning Broadway and original musicals with abuffet-style dinner. The theatre is one of the few regional dinner theatres that maintains a live orchestra. Performances in-the-round provide the patron with a dynamic interactive experience and a fine seat, with none are more than 30 feet from the stage. Toby's has been nominated 38 times for Helen Hayes Awards. The theatre won the 2003 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Director of a Resident Musical and resident choreographer, Illona Kessel, won the 2002 and 2004 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography. Toby's has a full-service bar, 25-item salad bar, a buffet, desserts and make-your-own sundae bar. The theatre offers evening and matinee performances.
12.Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre
13403 Beaver Dam Rd
Phantom of the Opera\r \r Just saw Phantom of the Opera over the weekend and it was fabulous. It was an original adaptation based closely off of the book, which was a pleasant surprise. \r The actor playing The Phantom was incredible. His strong acting abilities made you sympathize with the character. He was amazing and I wonder where they got such strong talent. Not to mention that the beautiful young lady playing Christine had one of the most wonderful voices I have ever heard. She brought the role to life and I enjoyed watching every moment she was on stage. I hope to see the leading players on Broadway some day because they are good enough to be there.\r I cried at the end of the show because it was all very realistic. You can tell that everyone up there enjoys being there.\r I recommend that everyone should go see this show.\r \r Bravo!\r \r
13.Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre
13401 Beaver Dam Rd
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