The Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre is the performing home of the Baltimore Actors' Theatre. It was acquired from Baltimore County in 1982 to provide a performance venue for our production. It plays host to BAT's Repertory Company and the Wixie Children's Musical Theatre. BAT at Oregon Ridge has been named Baltimore County's Performing Arts Theatre.
All our productions are highlighted by live musical accompaniment, beautiful costuming and colorful settings. Our gourmet buffet-brunch menus garner rave reviews. You'll enjoy every moment of your visit, beginning with front-of-the-theatre parking, intimate seating with no obstructions, and professional performers bringing you the "Best of Broadway."
Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre
13401 Beaver Dam Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
TICKET INFORMATION AND GROUP SALES
For special seating needs and other details, please get in touch with us two weeks before the scheduled performance.
Book online and get a free glass of wine with your dinner!
One glass per order. May not be combined with any other offers.
Admission: Winter - Spring Sale Special
Doors open: 6:00 PM
Buffet: 6:30 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Adult: $37.00 per person (Regular Admission: $40.00)
Senior citizen discounted ticket: $35.00 per senior (Regular Senior Admission: $37.00)
Children age 12 and under: $17.50 per child (Regular Children's Admission: $20.00)
Buffet: 12:30 PM
Show: 2:00 PM
Groups of 15-49: $36.75 per person
Groups of 50-99: $33.75 per person
Groups of 100-140: $31.75 per person
Group Gratuity is included
Opening at the Oregon Ridge Dinner Theatre in 1988, this original adaptation of “The Phantom of the Opera” played for three consecutive years. The musical subsequently toured internationally to England, Scotland and Australia.
“The Phantom of the Opera” is a classic, bizarre story which has captivated readers and audiences since its publication in 1911 by the French novelist, Gaston Leroux. It has been given numerous film treatments, the first of which was a vehicle for Lon Chaney: a silent film in 1925. Many other versions have been produced over the years, “Phantom” scholars never seem to tire of them. Set in the Paris Opera House in the year 1876, this treatment of the Phantom is really a love story. It showcases the man, and his obsession and love for one woman, the beautiful soprano, Christine Daae. The two-act original highlights an absolutely riveting leading man, and Gaston Leroux’s novel defies the fantastic situations that create an intense, romantic musical. “The Phantom of the Opera” is a unique theatre experience that involves its audience with a perfect blend of reality and fantasy.