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Oct 24, 2013 - Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater

It isn’t hard trying to find a good place for dinner or entertainment in Maryland or even Hagerstown, but to find a place that offers BOTH at the same time and at an affordable rate, it’s pretty hard. But if looking for such bus charter Maryland location is up on your agenda, then you need to head over to the Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater.

Locating the exact location of this charter bus Maryland tourist attraction can be hard as it is ‘hidden’ behind Hagerstown’s City Hall, being a part of the building but ask around and you will find them. It is hidden behind Little Heiskell which is coincidentally and fondly known as the town’s little mascot. You will see why when you are here to see for yourself.

We found out a little about the place before heading over, basically because we wanted to know what we were in for and partly because of curiosity. We were surprised to learn that the theater was opened only as early as 1985 by Bob Hagerman and with Bruce Levin as a dedicated partner because it is run by different owners now. The operations of the theater has been taken over by Loretta and Jeff Czerbinski as of 2009. No matter who took over, Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater is considered a hidden gem by the locals. It is the kind of place they bring their partners in for a date or have their friends over for a bonding session.

Since its inception, they have been known to produce exceptional plays while serving up an amazing array of food to their guests. After a long day of touring and exploring Hagerstown during your charter bus Maryland vacation with family and friends, we are sure you will be more than ready to let your hair down and be entertained while dining in complete luxury. Depending on what is up on the night that you are there (head over to their website, http://wcpdt.com, for more information about the shows and schedule.

The producers are known, ever since they began operations, to come up with classics like Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, South Pacific and not to mention the evergreen The Sound of Music.

The theater dinner is somewhat less formal than we have expected. It was comfortable, quite casual and the servers were absolutely, immaculately attentive to what we needed during our charter bus Maryland visit. We could have possibly gotten a bit luckier, I guess.

So, head on over if you are in this corner of Maryland. We are sure you are going to have a splendid time with your loved ones.