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City Paper: "Superbly Presented" Production of 'August: Osage County'
Thursday, January 31, 2013

"Lancisi has consistently made excellent choices for the Everyman," wrote City Paper editor Evan Serpick in the January 30th edition of the paper, "and 'August: Osage County, which debuted at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre in 2007 before moving to Broadway, continues that tradition, offering Everyman's dedicated fan base a meaty, thoughtful play, superbly presented, that will have audiences alternately laughing, crying, and likely recognizing some uncomfortable truths about ourselves, our families, and even our country."  More >

WTMD: Everyman Theatre's New Neighbors
Wednesday, January 23, 2013

"Everyman Theatre has been planning their move to their new neighborhood for nearly a decade," reports WTMD's Sam Gallant.  On Tuesday, January 15th, WTMD spent time at the new Everyman as patrons lined up to be the first ones to buy tickets for Everyman's traditional "Pay What You Can Performance."  WTMD also spoke to Everyman's new neighbors at Ale Wife and the EMP Collective, both of which are looking forward to welcoming Everyman into the new Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District.   More >

WBAL-TV: Everyman Celebrates Opening With Week of Festivities
Wednesday, January 23, 2013

"Everyman Theatre officially opened its new home on Monday in a long-abandoned historic theater on Baltimore's west side," reports WBAL-TV's Kim Dacey.  "We need anchors like Everyman to continue the momentum of the west side," said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at Everyman's Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.  "It makes our neighborhood stronger and more attractive to residents and businesses, and, as you've known for decades, the Everyman has brought regional and national attention to Baltimore's growing theatre community." More >

Baltimore Sun: Time Lapse of the New Everyman Theatre
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The Baltimore Sun's Christopher Assaf created a time lapse of the New Everyman Theatre, beginning on October 26th and continuing through the last day of rehearsal for the inaugural production, August: Osage County.  The camera took a photo once every 15 minutes during this period of time.  Check out the full video by clicking below.   More >

WJZ-TV: "From humble beginnings..."
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
"From humble beginnings 23 years ago, the Everyman Theatre has grown and outgrown every place it called home."  WJZ-TV's Mike Schuh reports on the brand new Everyman Theatre and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony that officially marked the opening of the theatre's new home.   More >

WYPR: "Many Broken Legs and Wonderful Nights to Come"
Thursday, January 17, 2013

"I think they are going to love pulling up to the front of the building and seeing this jewel of a theatre that looks like a Broadway theatre right here in Baltimore," Artistic Director Vincent Lancisi tells WYPR's Tom Hall right before the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Monday, January 14th.  "It's got every ingredient to be a cultural tourism hub," Lancisi continues.  "There is this huge focus that the city administration seems to have after the ULI study that says all these resources are here, it's time for this section of this city to do its thing, you know?"  More >

WBAL-TV: Ava Marie Talks with Vincent Lancisi at the New Everyman
Thursday, January 17, 2013

WBAL's Ava Marie stopped by during the week of Everyman's Grand Opening to talk with artistic director, Vincent Lancisi.  Take a peek behind the scenes at the new Everyman Theatre! More >

Baltimore Business Journal: "13 to Watch in '13"
Thursday, January 17, 2013

Vincent Lancisi, Everyman Theatre's Founding Artistic Director, was named as one of the "13 to Watch in '13" by the Baltimore Business Journal.  "Lancisi is on a mission to make Baltimore a place where actors can work and settle down.  It's a goal he has been working on for decades," writers reporter Sarah Meehan.  "We're paying living wages, but in terms of guaranteeing enough weeks of employment to completely live on this theater, live on your work at Everyman, we're not quite there yet," Lancisi tells Meehan, "But it's within reach, it's very close."   More >

Baltimore Sun: "Everyman's Everyman"
Thursday, January 17, 2013

Baltimore Sun reporter Mary Carole McCauley recently spent several days with Everyman's Artistic Director, Vincent Lancisi.  "Against the odds, Lancisi founded an ensemble of theater artists that for 23 years have bought homes in Baltimore, sent their kids to local schools and paid local taxes," she writes in January 13th's feature in the Arts Section of the paper.   More >

Baltimore Sun: "Raising the Curtain"
Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith reports on the brand new Everyman in the cover story of January 13th's Arts Section.  "There is a lot of pinching yourself, a lot of jaw-dropping," Resident Company Member Bruce Randolph Nelson told the Tim. "And to work in a place that once did live theater, to retain the 'E' [at the top of the building] from the Empire Theatre - it's all perfectly cyclical."   More >


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