The Hippodrome Theatre located at 12 North Eutaw Street is a historic performing arts venue located in Baltimore, Maryland's Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District

Originally built in 1914, the 2,300-seat theater was once the foremost vaudeville house and movie theater in Baltimore. Today, the renovated Hippodrome is a premier destination for a variety of events, including theater productions, concerts, dance performances, and more.

In 2004, the Hippodrome underwent a major renovation, which combined three contiguous existing buildings and a new structure into a major performing arts complex. Today, the Hippodrome is part of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center and is a top destination for audiences looking for top-notch entertainment.

Built in 1914 for impresarios Marion Scott Pearce and Scheck, the Hippodrome was designed by the prominent theater architect Thomas W. Lamb. With its massive façade made of brick and terracotta, the theater quickly became a landmark on Eutaw Street. Over the years, the Hippodrome was home to some of the most popular vaudeville and movie performers of the time, including Jack Benny, Bob Hope, and Frank Sinatra. The theater continued to operate as a movie theater until it finally closed in 1990.

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