Way Off Broadway is a regional producing theatre located on the Golden Mile in Frederick, Maryland.  The theatre has been a leader in the area's performing arts community since it first opened its doors in late 1990 as Keynote Dinner Theatre.  In 1995, with a new set of owners, the curtain rose for the first time on The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre with its inaugural production, Let the Good Times Roll.  Less than an hour from Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Gettysburg, Way Off Broadway is proud to bring Broadway to Mid-Maryland.

Over the years, the theatre has continued to bring larger scale productions to the stage while still providing guests with the one-on-one service they enjoy.  In 2002, the Kiska family purchased the theatre with a desire to expand the theatre and its operations.  Since then, Way Off Broadway has become known for producing many area and/or regional premiere productions such as Neil Simon's The Goodbye Girl - The Musical, Jerry Herman's La Cage aux Folles, The Wedding Singer, Mel Brooks' The Producers, All Shook Up, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5: The Musical, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Way Off Broadway has also produced stagings of Disney’s Beauty & the Beast, Sister Act, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Noises Off, The Addams Family, Les Misérables, Sunset Boulevard, Legally Blonde, Hairspray, South Pacific, CATS, Evita, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Sound of Music, Fiddler on the Roof, and Grease, just to name a few of its productions.

As Way Off Broadway's President & Managing Director, and one of the owners, Justin manages the overall operations and development of the theatre.  From marketing campaigns to brand management and expansion, he is involved in all aspects of WOB's operations.  He is also the Chairman of WOB LIVE! Entertainment, the division which is responsible for all of the company's activities outside of the theatre itself.

Willowtree Plaza | 5 Willowdale Drive
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Box Office: (301) 662-6600

Top: Andrew Lloyd Webber's CATS;
Middle: Les Miserable, A Funny Thing Happened . . . Forum;
Bottom: Hairspray