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"Spectacularly delightful!"
Thursday, June 04, 2015
 "Everyman Theatre's season-closing production offers Baltimore theatergoers a spectacularly delightful 150-minute diversion, following recent unrest, with its delicious revival of Coward's timeless classic.  More >

"Simply a gem!"
Thursday, June 04, 2015
 "Everyman Theatre is wrapping up its season with the sparkling and ethereal British comedy, Blithe Spirit. Founding artistic director Vincent M. Lancisi, who also directs, has put together a brilliant cast comprised of company members and local talent.  More >

"A comedy to die for!"
Tuesday, June 02, 2015
 "Like other Coward comedies, Blithe Spirit is a witty, biting piece. The lines, though often droll, come fast and furious. Pulling it off takes talent and timing and once again, Everyman's stable of stock players and contract players turn in stellar performances.  More >

"Prosecco-light and bubbly glow!"
Tuesday, June 02, 2015
 "Sign of a good time had by all? Patrons of Everyman Theatre's Blithe Spirit in the parking garage elevator making plans to return for another performance.  More >

"Delicious! A stylish revival"
Tuesday, June 02, 2015
 "Get swept along into the delicious swirl of seances and apparitions that shake up an English country house. It's easy to do in Everyman Theatre's stylish revival of Blithe Spirit that opened Friday.  More >

Everyman Turns to Coward for Finale
Friday, May 29, 2015
 "We're having a blast!" Vincent Lancisi recently told The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith during a final dress rehearsal of Blithe Spirit. In today's paper, he writes about the "lovable" Blithe Spirit that opens tonight.  More >

Official Photos from "Blithe Spirit" are Here!
Friday, May 29, 2015

The 2014/2015 season opens its final show of the season tonight. The hilarious comedy Blithe Spirit features Resident Company Members Megan Anderson, Beth Hylton, Bruce Nelson and Carl Schurr. These shots were taken by their fellow Resident Company Member Clinton Brandhagen (ClintonBPhotography). When you click on an image, it will enlarge into a slideshow with captions. More >

"Mrs. Helene Alving's Secrets"
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
 "I so identify with a woman who is learning to find her authentic voice, to speak truth at the risk of upsetting people, to stop making herself small to accommodate others...I'm so proud of her, she's so brave." More >

"Ibsen's ghost story still has the power to scare us"
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
 "Assisted suicide. Sexually transmitted disease. Conservative religious hypocrites. No, we're not talking about the Maryland General Assembly, or experiments in Guatemala, or a Bill Maher documentary. We're talking about a play written in Norway in 1881 – Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts. It was scandalous material back then. And it remands disturbing and timely, as Everyman Theatre's new production proves. The final scene brought an audience member seated near me to tears.  More >

"Hazlett reaches an extraordinary level"
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
 "Directed with a knowing touch by Donald Hicken, the staging underlines issues of love, marital fidelity, duty and lifestyle that the playwright addressed or challenged. As much as we may think we're removed from late 19th century mores and expectations, awfully stubborn vestiges remain.  More >


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