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"A theatre goer since I was 2, I am now 26, I can not recall being as moved in so many directions as I was while watching Wicked."

- Matt B.


"If I could pick where I had to die, It would be at a performance of Wicked. If I could pick the last words that I heard, It would be the last note of the song "Defying Gravity." This show is utterly amazing!"

- Jen M.


"Wicked is a musical that does best what musicals are supposed to do: transport the audience beyond the world they know. Whether you dream of being Galinda/Glinda, the toast of society, or Elphaba, the beautifully misinterpreted outcast, Oz inspires you. What more is theater for?"

- Hols F.


"Wicked did it all for me. Wit, charm, excitement, romance, surprises, it's all there. If you're going to see a show in New York, see Wicked."

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Hippodrome Performing Arts Center
12 North Eutaw Street
University of Maryland Baltimore


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Playing: 01/24/07 - 02/18/07
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Hippodrome Performing Arts Center Information

The Realization of Vision
In early 2004, the curtain rose again at the legendary Hippodrome Theatre. Reborn as the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, it is the centerpiece not only of world-class stage performances, but of a totally revitalized West Side of Baltimore, with an impact unbounded by geography.

A Unique Partnership
Achieving what one imagines requires creativity, determination, and truly new thinking. The non-profit Hippodrome Foundation (formerly the Baltimore Center for Performing Arts) was established to reach for and attain that vision. The Foundation, in turn, sought out public and private entities with the foresight to see "what might be." The Hippodrome Foundation discovered such a partner in Live Nation, the unchallenged global leader in the presentation of live entertainment. Of course, our most important partners are the private citizens who gave their unwavering support and contributions. Together, we have transformed a venerable structure into an unparalleled, state of the art, showplace designed to fulfill the cultural, educational, and entertainment needs of our city and our entire region.

The West Side and Beyond
Keeping a careful eye to the historic value and community spirit of Baltimore?s west side, the Hippodrome Foundation transformed three historic landmark buildings - the Western National Bank, the Eutaw Savings Bank and the original Hippodrome Theatre - and constructed a new building at the corner of Baltimore and Eutaw Streets. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center ties all four spaces together, preserving each building?s unique identity while forming a seamless series of venues that blend old and new. In essence, this will be the nucleus of a Baltimore renaissance - cultural, commercial and residential.

Amenities Abound
In and around the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center are numerous amenities to enhance experience of live theater such as:

  • Ample parking within a short walk to the Theatre. Season ticket holders may purchase advance parking passes to area parking facilities and Inner Circle subscribers receive guaranteed show parking as an added benefit.
  • The Hipp Café located within the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center.
  • Accessible seating is available.
  • Abundant restrooms and concession areas and expanded lobby spaces.
  • Repaved streets and sidewalks, improved outdoor lighting, and security provided by the associations and organizations in Downtown as well as on-site security.
  • The Hippodrome Box Office is located on the corner of Eutaw St. and Baltimore St. Hours are Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm.

Let the Curtain Rise
We are helping to build the future. That isn?t one building or one street or one show on stage. It means an on-going dedication to creating an environment that belongs to all of the people of Baltimore, to revitalize the city, in action and in spirit. The Hippodrome Foundation and Live Nation says, "let the curtain rise." This is just Act One.

DIRECTIONS
Towson and Points North - Take I-83 (Jones Falls Expressway) South into Baltimore City. When the Expressway ends and becomes a city street, turn right onto Lombard Street. Proceed on Lombard Street for several blocks across town until you reach Eutaw Street (Eutaw Street is only four traffic lights past Charles Street). Turn right onto Eutaw Street. Proceed through two traffic lights. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is on the left.

Washington DC and Points South - Take I-95 North to Baltimore. Take Route 395 (Downtown Baltimore) and exit onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., staying in the right lane. At the fourth traffic light, turn right onto Baltimore Street. Proceed for three traffic lights and turn left onto Eutaw Street. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is on the left.

Whitemarsh/Essex and Points East - Take I-95 South through the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Take Route 395 (Downtown Baltimore) and exit onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., staying in the right lane. At the fourth traffic light, turn right onto Baltimore Street. Proceed for three traffic lights and turn left onto Eutaw Street. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is on the left.

Frederick/Ellicott City and Points West - Take I-70 or Route 40 to the Baltimore Beltway (I-695). Follow I-695 toward Glen Burnie. Take the I-95 North exit toward Baltimore. Take Route 395 (Downtown Baltimore) and exit onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., staying in the right lane. At the fourth traffic light, turn right onto Baltimore Street. Proceed for three traffic lights and turn left onto Eutaw Street. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is on the left.

Owings Mills/Westminster - Take I-795 South to the Baltimore Beltway (I-695). Follow I-695 toward Towson. Take I-83 (Jones Falls Expressway) South into Baltimore City. When the Expressway ends and becomes a city street, turn right onto Lombard Street. Proceed on Lombard Street for several blocks across town until you reach Eutaw Street (Eutaw Street is only four traffic lights past Charles Street). Turn right onto Eutaw Street. Proceed through two traffic lights. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is on the left.

Annapolis and Eastern Shore - Take I-97 North toward Baltimore. Take the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) towards Baltimore. Proceed for a few miles and take the I-95 North exit toward Baltimore. Take Route 395 (Downtown Baltimore) and exit onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., staying in the right lane. At the fourth traffic light, turn right onto Baltimore Street. Proceed for three traffic lights and turn left onto Eutaw Street. The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is on the left.

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