By JULIE E. GREENE
The Maryland Theatre won't be hiring an office manager this year after all.
The historic South Potomac Street theater also won't be scheduling any more nonrental performances for the 1997-1998 season after losing $22,447 this month in two shows, the theater's acting executive director said Friday.
Patricia Wolford, who also is the theater board's president, said the decision whether to hire an office manager will be revisited in the spring.
For now, everything is running smoothly so she plans to continue volunteering her time as acting executive director, Wolford said. She said she spends about three days a week at the theater as well as show times.