BROADWAY FAVORITES: A SUMMER CABARET

July 13-15 & 20-22

You’ll be singing in the streets as Broadway’s Judy McLane (Mamma Mia!) and Philip Hernández (Les Misérables) bring dazzling musical entertainment to Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre—with the sweet-sounding summer sparkle that only the best of Broadway can provide! Broadway Favorites: A Summer Cabaret reunites the cast of Los Otros for two not-to-be-missed weekends of fun and adored show tunes in the intimate setting of Everyman Theatre’s rehearsal hall. Tickets: $40

Cast Conversations: The Book of Joseph

Ticket buyers can join the cast for a moderated discussion following the Thursday evening performance.

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Cast Conversations: The Book of Joseph

Ticket buyers can join the cast for a moderated discussion following the Thursday evening performance.

BUY TICKETS

Cast Conversations: The Book of Joseph

Ticket buyers can join the cast for a moderated discussion following the Thursday evening performance.

BUY TICKETS

CREATIVE ARTS FOR HEALING

CREATIVE ARTS FOR HEALING, COMMUNITY AND DIALOGUE

Monday, May 14, 2018 at 7:00-9:00 PM | Everyman Theatre, 2nd floor Conference Area

THE BOOK OF JOSEPH EXHIBIT

THE BOOK OF JOSEPH: GIVING VOICE TO THE HOLLANDER FAMILY AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM OF MARYLAND

On Display April 22 – June 3, 2018

A companion exhibit at the Jewish Museum of Maryland featuring original Hollander family letters and artifacts central to the story of The Book of Joseph.

REFUGEE & IMMIGRANT AWARENESS FORUM

REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT AWARENESS FORUM: WHO WILL TELL YOUR STORY?

May 17, 7 pm | Beth Am Synagogue | Free with registration

This event is hosted by Beth Am Synagogue and co-sponsored by Bolton Street Synagogue. Learn about local, present-day refugee and immigration experiences—from what brought them here, to who they were before, and what they left behind. Service professionals and refugees from Greater Baltimore will share their insights and stories while inviting audience members to consider how their own family’s (im)migration stories shape their identity. 

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