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"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 >

"A Work of Art"
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
 "Ghosts brings Victorian values, beliefs and morality to downtown Baltimore City. With direction by Donald Hicken, Everyman's production pulls us back to a time when extramarital dalliances, if caught, could destroy reputations and crush should, and it skillfully immerses the audience in this restricted world.  More >

"Phenomenal....Not to be missed"
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
 "Wonderfully directed by Donald Hicken, the production of Ghosts at Everyman Theatre is a moving drama set in the distant past, but updated with a new attitude and understanding for modern audiences. More >

Official photos from Ghosts have arrived!
Thursday, April 02, 2015

 The 2014/2015 season continues tonight with the opening of the classic drama Ghosts. Photographer Stan Barouh has captured some incredible shots of our cast, featuring Resident Company Members Deborah Hazlett, Danny Gavigan and Bruce Randolph Nelson. When you click on an image, it will enlarge into a slideshow with captions. More >


"Fierce, tough and brave"
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
 "Actress Dawn Ursula can be counted on to invest her characters with passion and grit - whether playing the beleaguered daughter-in-law in A Raisin in the Sun or a maid with Hollwood ambitions in By the Way, Meet Vera Stark. But as the protagonist in Everyman Theatre's newest production, Ursula delivers her most gut-wrenching, heart-rending portrayal yet.  More >

"Dawn Ursula triumphs"
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
 "As she will be the first to remind you, Mama Nadi is 'running a business, not a mission.' With a nod to Bertolt Brecht's searing 1939 play Mother Courage, Ruined is fueled by a powerful maternal figure who isn't so much amoral as morally convenient.  More >

"Dawn Ursula is a force of nature"
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
 "Throughout its history, theater has not only entertained but has been used to put a spotlight on injustice and spark change. Lynn Nottage's powerful 2009 drama, Ruined, won a Pulitzer Prize as well as a Drama Desk and Outer Circle award and is making its Baltimore debut at Everyman. This is a return to the work of the heralded playwright and the mighty actress, Dawn Ursula. More >

Everyman Theatre Announces New Managing Director
Monday, February 09, 2015


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