Backstage Access

An Interview with Donald Hicken
Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Before the start of rehearsals, I sat down with Donald Hicken, director of the upcoming production of John Patrick Shanley's Irish romantic comedy Outside Mullingar. Donald let me in on what to expect with the next show.  More >

The White Swan
Tuesday, November 17, 2015

In Outside MullingarRosemary calls herself “the white swan.” In Irish mythology and folklore, the swan symbolizes love, purity and compassion.  More >

Mullingar's Roots
Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Mullingar is located in the County Westmeath in Ireland. The town’s name is taken from the Gaelic “An Muileann gCearr,” which means “the left hand mill.’ This refers to a miracle that is said to have taken place by Saint Colman mac Luachain at a mill in the county.  More >

Farming in the Irish Countryside
Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Farming has traditionally been a major industry in Ireland and continues to be an important industry for the Irish population. The agri-food sector currently accounts for almost 10% of employment for the Emerald Isle. More >

From stage to Hollywood and back again
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Playwright. Screenwriter. Pulitzer Prize-winner. Irish. All of these words could be used to describe John Patrick Shanley. The accomplished writer for both stage and screen has written over 20 plays and 10 movies throughout his career.  More >

A celebration of a new ice cream flavor during Free Fall Baltimore
Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Everyman Theatre was happy to take part in Free Fall Baltimore on Tuesday, October 20th. 250 audience members (a packed house!) attended a free performance of August Wilson's Fences that night. Along with the free performance, audience members were also treated to a taste of Taharka Brothers brand new ice cream flavor, Swinging for the Fences, inspired by the production.  More >

"Fences" Inspires New Collaboration Between Everyman Theatre and The Afro American Newspaper Archives
Monday, November 02, 2015
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"One of the most memorable shows of the year"
Thursday, October 29, 2015

"Everyman's stupendous revival of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning play first performed in 1987 could not be more timely, as it deals with issues that are still part of our social fabric – the dissolution of dreams, family strife, racial and economic inequality. Wilson's impeccable writing is scintillating, at times hilarious, and at others fraught with emotion.  More >

"'Fences' will surely inspire"
Tuesday, October 27, 2015

"The poetic dialogue of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning classic Fences reached maximum intensity at Everyman Theatre Friday night, reigniting the sparks of passion as it did 32 years ago when it first premiered but now with deeper and richer sheen.  More >

WYPR's Tom Hall Speaks to Vincent Lancisi and Clinton Turner Davis
Friday, October 23, 2015

Everyman's Artistic Director Vincent Lancisi and Fences director Clinton Turner Davis spoke to Tom Hall on WYPR's Maryland Morning to talk about Everyman's production of Fences, opening tonight.  More >


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