BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Broadway returns to Baltimore in November and the touring production of “Waitress” is set to hit the stage at the Hippodrome Theater.

Based on the 2007 musical “of the same name”, with music and lyrics by singer-songwriter “Love Song,” Sara Bareilles, stars Jenna, a waitress from a small town known for his pies.

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“We couldn’t be more thrilled to fully reopen the racetrack after such a difficult 18 months,” said Ron Legler, president of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, in a statement. “As Broadway’s first show, Waitress reminds us that we all have the strength to rebuild – and we look forward to once again welcoming our customers and Broadway to Baltimore with a show that comes from the heart.”

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There will be a performance of “Waitress” on Saturday November 6 at 8 pm and two on Sunday November 7 at 1 pm and 6:30 pm

The theater requires that masks be worn at all times inside the venue, in accordance with local health guidelines.

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A production of “Tootsie” is scheduled to hit town from November 30 to December 30. 5. In 2022, touring productions of “The Prom”, “Dear Evan Hansen”, “Pretty Woman: The Musical”, “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations”, “Hairspray”, “Mean Girls ”and“ Hamilton ”are all expected to come to Baltimore.