Adelphi Theater

Respectable but Rarely Opened

This little Theatre has grown to its present size through many changes, and has been eked by little and little to a respectable establishment; and from the "Mud Theatre" (a name occasioned by its low situation) has obtained the more euphonious appellation of the Adelphi. It is now but rarely opened. It is to be found at the corner of Saratoga and Belvidere streets.


Excerpted from John H.B. Latrobe, Jr., Picture of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD: Lucas Fielding, Jr., 1832), 190-191.

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Adelphi Theatre (1832)

Adelphi Theatre (1832)

Hand colored plate showing the Adelphi Theatre. | Source: John H.B. Latrobe's Picture of the Baltimore (1832). Courtesy JScholarship, Library (Sheridan) General Collections. | Creator: John H.B. Latrobe View File Details Page

Access Information:

The site of the Adelphi Theatre is close to the Sunday Farmer's Market under the Jones Falls Expressway.

Street Address:

222 E Saratoga St, Baltimore, MD 21202 [map]

Cite this Page:

John H.B. Latrobe, Jr., “Adelphi Theater,” Battle of Baltimore, accessed March 25, 2019, http://www.battleofbaltimore.org/items/show/295.
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