Going to a Place Where You Already Are by Bekah Brunstetter, directed by Megan Anderson
Cocktails: 6 pm | Reading: 7 pm
By the author of The Cake (2017-2018 Salon), This is Us and American Gods, Going to a Place... dances with one of the biggest questions that taunts humankind: Is there really life after death? With humor, wit, fantasy and an intimate familial journey, Brunstetter looks at beginnings, endings—and an enigmatic angel.
Man of God by Anna Moench, directed by Deborah Hazlett
For four Korean girls, betrayal from a trusted religious caregiver takes them on a journey of a deeper kind. As they face the earnest truth of their situation the women confront bigger truths about themselves, their pasts, and each other in this funny feminist thriller. Through a realistic and fantastical journey, Baltimore native Anna Moench asks in the face of the unanswerable: what does it look like to be courageous and empowered?
Jump by Charly Evon Simpson, directed by Dawn Ursula
This funny, heartbreaking and tender play finds sisters Fay and Judy caught in a spiritual exploration of their past as they help their father pack up their childhood home. Emerging writer, Charly Evon Simpson takes us on a journey where lights flicker, things fall from the sky, and lost souls find solace on a bridge.
What's Next?: New Works in Progress from Caleen Sinnette Jennings, directed by Paige Hernandez
Be Here Now by Deborah Zoe Laufer, directed by Beth Hylton
After an unexpected and unexplainable turn of events, deeply cynical Bari finds herself on an enlightening new path. When she meets Mike, a man who makes art out of garbage, it’s Bari’s turn to pull another out of the darkness. Acclaimed playwright Deborah Zoe Laufer's Be Here Now is a comedic look at what we're willing to do for love and happiness and to create meaning in our lives.
It’s tea time! Wear your best hat and join Gwendolen Fairfax, Lady Bracknell, and Algernon Moncreiff for a one-of-a-kind evening tea complete with sandwiches, soup, and dessert. Deepen your appreciation of Everyman Theatre’s The Importance of Being Earnest, through a fun, light-hearted inside look at the world of the play in-between delicious courses served at the 2018 Best Tea House in Baltimore- Emma’s Tea Spot.
Join us the third Friday of every show this season for a totally unique Everyman Theatre experience!
Take a yoga class at Everyman Theatre. Stay for the play. Flow and Show!
Be introduced to primary themes through vinyasa style sequences designed for all ability levels taught by Lead Teaching Artist and certified yoga instructor, Brenna Horner. Featuring guest yogis from wellness communities throughout Baltimore, the restorative practices are the perfect compliment to a healthy life and an enriched playgoing evening.
Everyman Theatre presents GO OSCAR WILDE! Pride Night during the run of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. Celebrate the holiday season with discounted tickets and a pre-show happy hour (6-7:30 pm) featuring drink specials, light nosh, and a conversation with Director Joseph W. Ritsch about his inspiration for the show and the meaningful, relevant history of playwright Oscar Wilde's life.
Join us for the 8pm show - Save 10% on tickets to THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST with code GOWILDE19!