"Artists and business owners are hoping Everyman Theatre's debut on the city's west side will set the stage for an economic and artistic revival in the recently designated Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District," reports the Baltimore Business Journal's Sarah Meehan. Kaliope Parthemos, Baltimore's deputy chief of economic development, says that the "increased foot traffic Everyman will bring to the district could make the neighborhood more attractive for other businesses to set up and help get the gears of development turning."
"Word is out that Baltimore is quickly becoming a theatre town," Lancisi said. The article goes on to describe that Lancisi is "excited about the impact Everyman could have on the Bromo Tower community" and beyond.
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