Play a Role: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
It’s derby weekend! Settle in for mint juleps, a Southern-inspired supper, and a double dose of wit and cleverness with the most popular of Oscar Wilde’s plays. A fabulous penthouse overlooking the Inner harbor will host charming guests—and the oh-so-charming characters they portray—for a reading of this beloved, whip-smart comedy satirizing the convention of marriage and stuffy Victorian ways! Tickets: $75

Hosted by Susan W. Flanigan | Harbor East

 

Play a Role: The Matchmaker

The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder
Begin your weekend with cocktails, supper and harborside play-reading at the Ritz Carlton Condominiums, with this turn-of-the-century-set play that inspired one of the greatest American Musical Theatre classics: Hello, Dolly! After a series of slapstick situations—from mistaken identities and secret rendezvous to separated lovers and a trip to night court—will a matchmaking widow and her array of clients all find their perfect match? Tickets $75

Hosted by Martha and JR Kirkland | Federal Hill

 

Play a Role: And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
We assure you: no guests will be harmed in the reading of this play! Enjoy a Pimm's Cup and English fare as you unravel Agatha Christie’s famous mystery in the historic surround of this pre-Civil War home. Ten strangers are lured to an island off the Devon Coast by a mysterious host. Each guest is accused of murder. Unable to leave the island, the bodies soon start to stack up, one by one.... Tickets $75

Hosted by Susan and John Nehra | Roland Park

 

Play a Role: Arsenic and Old Lace

 

Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring
Meet a family crazier than any before in this hilariously macabre comedy classic about an eccentric roost of homicidal maniacs. Will you read for the murderous spinster aunts, a grave-digging brother, or how about the Boris Karloff lookalike? They’re all in on the laugh-out-loud loony plot! Gather for libations and supper (no arsenic, we promise!) in this tudor-style condominium located in the first planned “suburban community” on the continent. Tickets $75

Play a Role: You Can't Take It With You

You Can't Take it With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Tasty chow and a tasteful Warrington condominium sets the stage for this delightfully over-the-top comedy about a cuckoo meeting between the zany Sycamores and even zanier Kirbys. A sweet-natured woman falls for a banker's son, but when she invites his snooty parents to dinner, her peculiar extended family might be just too much for them to handle! Tickets: $75

Hosted by Betsy and David Nelson | Guilford

 

STORY CIRCLE GATHERING

STORY CIRCLE GATHERING: LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

Monday, February 26
6 PM Reception | 6:30 PM Program
This event is FREE but tickets are required

REDUCING HARM WORKSHOP

REDUCING HARM VIA PARTICIPATORY THEATRE: A TWO-PART WORKSHOP

“We need to share our stories to humanize the issues around behavioral health!”

-Miriam Alvarez, Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore

LONG DAY'S JOURNEY: THEM TO US

Sunday, January 28
4:00 Reception | 4:30 Program | 2nd Floor Lobby
The event is FREE, but tickets are required.

 

RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS
Please Note: Any tickets not picked up by 4:30pm will be released to stand-by.

Women's March Theatre Meet-Up

Storm the theatre in solidarity and watch "The Revolutionists" with sisters, friends and allies who participated in 2017’s Women’s March. Wear your Women’s March headwear to save $1 off drinks at the bar, stay for a discussion with cast members after the show and be automaticlaly entered to win fun prizes!

Save on tickets: Use code WMREV18 for Buy One, Get One Free tickets to this performance, while supplies last (limit 4 tickets per order, not combinable with other offers).

Salon Series: The Moors

Warm up your winter with this series of dynamic play readings (with cocktails!) curated and directed by the women of Everyman Theatre’s Resident Acting Company in our rehearsal space.

Cocktails: 6 pm | Reading: 7 pm

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The Moors by Jen Silverman, directed by Beth Hylton

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