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All reviews christmas carol main stage mary poppins black box no bad seats matinee performance my fair lady intimate theatre opening night great production washington post couple of years great entertainment free parking south pacific one man show plenty of parking
It seems most of the shows are selected to amuse the nearby Leisure World Community or those between 6-12 yeasr old.
Theres potential here but not marketed or given much respect from the FC media. an houer drive from Washington, better to go to Baltikore...More
We purchased tickets for the 2018 edition of "A Christmas Carol, A Ghost Story of Christmas." This was our first experience at the Olney Theatre Center and we were delighted. The show took place in their small intimate venue called the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab.
Lots of costume changes. A fun production for children of all ages in the spirit of the season. The tap number at the end is amazing. Might be sold out. Only problem is parking (in the mud given the rain)
Olney Theatre Center, Olney Sandy Spring Road, Olney, MD
Well crafted holiday production, with the finest performers who kept smiles on our faces. Best holiday show in the past 12 years. Without a doubt, it was well worth the money
Try not to put...More
I have not seen a bad show here. It's a neighborhood theater - several theaters actually on the same site. There are no bad seats because the theaters are small. Tickets are reasonably priced. Top notch actors. Well worth it.
I have gone to several productions at the Olney Theatre recently and they have been excellent. South Pacific was just wonderful. Great singing, acting and production. I think they had gone down a little but they are back better then ever. Highly recommend.
Ben and Mrs Too spent a most enjoyable day yesterday by combining a matinee performance of “South Pacific” at Olney Theater Center with an early dinner at a nearby Outback Steakhouse.
To us, “South Pacific” is like unto “A Christmas Carol”, or “Gone With the...More
For decades, I thought Olney was a dinner theatre and, on that account, avoided it. But some friends invited me to a revival of Guys and Dolls a couple of years back that wowed me, so we've come back a number of times. The productions...More
I am writing this review after attending a performance of The Crucible by Arthur Miller. I am familiar with Miller's play and the history of the Salem witch trials, but this outstanding performance brought a currency and power to the story that I had not...More
Don't know that I've sat in the front row there. The main stage has handicapped seats reached without going down any steps. They are on a level just about even with the stage. The seats are separate chairs. I like to sit... More
Don't know that I've sat in the front row there. The main stage has handicapped seats reached without going down any steps. They are on a level just about even with the stage. The seats are separate chairs. I like to sit there. I think it's row G. The theater is cool. Bring a wrap.
For the black box "lab" theater, you can walk in and sit right at stage level and have a good view, it's more like theater in the round, but different shows have different configurations. There are few places to sit waiting for the theater doors to open at this location. The person in charge of group sales, is the sales manager, Weldon Brown, always very helpful in choosing seats. 301 924-4485 X121. Hope this helps. Anne
Thank you for your question. Both Orchestra and Mezzanine seats in the Mainstage theatre give you a great view of the stage (the last row of the Mezzanine is only 50 feet from the stage). For your question about first row... More
Thank you for your question. Both Orchestra and Mezzanine seats in the Mainstage theatre give you a great view of the stage (the last row of the Mezzanine is only 50 feet from the stage). For your question about first row mezzanine vs center orchestra third or fourth row, I would recommend the orchestra seats for our current production of THE PRODUCERS. Please let us know if you have any other questions.