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American Music Theatre is the only theatre of its kind in the country that features both touring concerts and Original Shows. This 1,600-seat theatre hosts more than 300 live performances a year – from Broadway tours to rock legends to famous...more
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Venue was excellent and prices were wonderful. Staff was extremely helpful. Ladies room was immaculate. Mr. Bennett put on an outstanding show at the age of 92! Will definitely go back. Highly recommend. If we had seen this same show in DC, it would have...More
This was our first visit to this theater. It is lovely, bright, excellent seating with really no undesirable seats. Mezzanine is not elevated as expected but no issue there. We saw
"2018 AMT Show: Songs of the Silver Screen.” It is over now so won't...More
First time at this venue and we enjoyed it immensely. The sound is great and the seating is very comfortable. This particular show was exciting and brought back some wonderful memories.
A first time visitor should be aware that adequate time should be allowed for...More
We saw Songs of the Silver Screen at a Tuesday Matinee.
This was our first time in this theatre and it was very impressive, it has great parking and the entrance is stunning with two rounded staircases leading to the balcony.
The restrooms are surprisingly...More
We travel over an hour to get to this theatre because we like it so much. They have a nice selection of entertainment. We have seen concerts, shows and most recently the magician Jon Dorenbos. There is ample parking, clean restrooms, concession stand and a...More
My first visit though the friends I attended with have been there before. We saw ex-Eagle turned Magician Jon Dorenbos. Beautifully appointed lobby area, large clean restrooms, gift shop and a large variety of reasonably priced refreshments. The Theater area itself was open with a...More
I reviewed this place about five years ago, in November 2013. Nothing has changed. It is still a top-quality live-music place! We saw the show: “2018 AMT Show: Songs of the Silver Screen.” It is available through the end of September, I believe. Our tickets...More
My wife and I attended a Tuesday afternoon matinee. The audience was small as expected but the show was powerful. We saw Songs of the Silver Screen and was treated to a 2 hour presentation of great cinema hits covering old to new movie classics....More
We went to see the Beach Boys here and this was the first time we seen a concert at this theatre. I had read the reviews previously before going and most of them were good. We were in the 4th row back from stage in...More
The theater is not very large; however, I prefer the orchestra section vs the mezzanine. I do not care for the balcony. In the orchestra section the best rows are F through M so you are not looking up at the stage but out... More
The theater is not very large; however, I prefer the orchestra section vs the mezzanine. I do not care for the balcony. In the orchestra section the best rows are F through M so you are not looking up at the stage but out. Also, the closer to the center of the stage the better. Do not be discouraged if seats are not available in that area or it does not fit in your budget. Most seats are decent due to the size of the theater.
Response from PurpleLady801 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. The seats are like theatre seats or what you would find at the movies. They are not chairs. My mom had the same walker that turned into a seat. When we would take her to a show the ushers would put her in a seat and... More
Hi. The seats are like theatre seats or what you would find at the movies. They are not chairs. My mom had the same walker that turned into a seat. When we would take her to a show the ushers would put her in a seat and take care of the walker till the show was over. If you didn’t already get tix maybe you can call and request an aisle seat so she doesn’t have to climb over people. Just go from the walker to the seat if she’s able to. I wouldn’t have her sit in the walker it would be too uncomfortable. Let me know if you have an other questions. Have a great time. Lancaster is my favorite place but that was the first time going to the theatre. We loved it.