Located at Beltway Plaza, 6198 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, Maryland, this movie theater offers Recliner Seating, Reserved Seating, 3 D Movies and $5 Ticket Tuesdays. Click here for more information.
The Greenbelt Arts Center is both a Community Theater company, known for high-quality shows that showcase the experience and talent of our performers and crews who manange to fit their love of the performing arts into their busy lives, and a performance space for guest events and productions as scheduling permits.
GAC is a “black box” theater. The seats may be re-arranged for each production, allowing maximum flexibility for directors. The three-quarter thrust is our most common arrangement, with audience surrounding the stage on three sides. A proscenium stage is possible here too, with the audience facing the stage which is framed like a picture with an arch. GAC has also used an arena arrangement (with seats on all four sides and the stage in the center), a turning stage, and a cafe-style seating arrangement with patrons at tables while they watch the show.
The theater can hold 85-100 audience members depending on the seating style chosen for the show. All seating is General Admission. There are no assigned seats.
1-5 pm and are $5. The Historic House is located at 10B Crescent Road, Greenbelt, Maryland 20770. The Exhibition Gallery and Offices for the Greenbelt Museum are located inside the Greenbelt Community Center at 15 Crescent Road. Visit their site for events, exhibitions, lectures and more. Click here for more information.
The Old Greenbelt Theatre is a one-screen movie theatre located in the heart of Old Greenbelt, Maryland, showing contemporary films in addition to offering a schedule of diverse and community based film programming, with new digital projection and 35mm reel-to-reel capabilities. Click here for more information.
Friends of Greenbelt Theatre (FGT) was awarded a contract by the City of Greenbelt in Spring 2015 to manage the operations of the Greenbelt Theatre as a community based non-profit. FGT is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization managed by a Board of Directors whose mission is to become a center for film culture in Prince George’s County by revitalizing the Greenbelt Theatre as a cultural and social hub.