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George Carlin shows will go on at The Maryland Theatre

February 20, 2003|by GREGORY T. SIMMONS

The Maryland Theatre said it will be prepared for comedian George Carlin's two shows Friday night, although parking will be difficult, Executive Director Patricia Wolford said Wednesday.

"The little things that people don't think about like fire escapes can be a huge hassle" to clean up, Wolford said.

She said that while parking spaces were being cleared in front of the theater on Potomac Street, "Parking is probably going to be very difficult," considering many other parking spaces will not be cleared for the 2,600 ticket holders for each show.

The first show begins at 7 p.m. Wolford said parking will be especially difficult for the second show, which begins at 9:30 p.m., because patrons will begin arriving before the first show's audience has left.

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"I would just suggest people scout around and check out where the spaces are," she said.

The Maryland Theatre canceled two events last weekend, including the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and the Taste of Home Cooking School. Wolford said there has been no date rescheduled for the orchestra, but the cooking school has been rescheduled for March 7.

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