Church Hill Theatre
Church Hill Theatre is located in Church Hill, Maryland in Queen Anne’s County on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Situated in a sleepy rural town halfway between the county seat of Centreville and historic Chestertown in nearby Kent County, the theatre is a mecca for the performing arts. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the Queen Anne’s County Historic Sites Consortium, the theatre is also dedicated to the historic preservation and enhancement of a main-street architectural treasure. For almost 20 years this all volunteer organization has been providing the mid-shore area with year round quality performances of live theatre and music, educational opportunities in the dramatic arts and a summer drama camp for children.
Programming at the Theatre is exciting and varied, something for everyone! An amazing contingent of roughly 225 volunteers assure the day to day operations, management and performance schedule of the theatre. Live dramatic performances can be enjoyed 9 months out of the year at Church Hill Theatre. 76 plays have been produced and presented at Church Hill Theatre since 1988. Children’s programming includes a 6 week dramatic arts camp, weekend workshops in acting , magic shows, outreach programs in local schools and young peoples theatre. Priding itself on showcasing local talent, the theatre holds play readings of original works by area playwrights and can boast the production of a handful of original plays. Local and regional musical talent has also appeared on stage over the years. From Blue-grass to Barbershop to the finest Jazz talents in the area, music at Church Hill Theatre is always a special occasion.
Church Hill Theatre welcomes each and everyone who passes through its doors. So when you are in the area, stop by and experience the magic of live community theatre or take part in a workshop or hold a meeting here. The art deco charm and enthusiastic volunteers create a space that is truly the Sho’case of the Eastern Shore.
We've been to several shows at this theatre. It's old and cozy and not a bad seat in the house. They have a great little snack concession with wine, soda, candy and salty snacks. There's a parking lot directly across from the theatre and plenty of on street parking. The performance we just saw, "Doubt, A Parable" was by far the best one we've seen so far. The cast was small and all very talented. The director did a great job with a very good script. They had a discussion following the performance with the cast and director
A fabulous small-town theatre serving the local community
Decent local amateur theater
Beautiful historic theatre and talented company
Incredible local theatre. 5 shows each year. They never disappoint.