What is Everyman Theatre’s Inclement Weather Cancellation Policy?
While it is very rare that we cancel a performance due to extreme weather, sometimes due to the safety of our patrons and staff, we must do so. If the city declares a STAGE II emergency, the theatre will close. If a performance is cancelled due to some other reason, e.g. actor illness, we’ll do our best to make that decision at least four hours before showtime.
How do I find out if my performance has been cancelled due to weather?
The theatre will post a cancellation notice in the following places: The Box Office Phone line (410.752.2208) will be changed to provide notice of a cancellation.
- Check Our Website: We will post a notice on our homepage as soon as we can.
- We’ll Email You: If we have your email address, we’ll send notice via email.
- We’ll Call You: If we know of our decision in time to call ptrons, we’ll give our best effort to call as many patrons with tickets for a cancelled performance as we can. This is also why it is important for us to have a daytime as well as an evening phone number in our system. We can’t guarantee this, but we’ll try our best.
- As Seen On TV: We’ll call into WBAL-TV and WYPR-FM to announce any snow closings.
If the theatre cancels a performance due to a STAGE III weather emergency, what happens to my tickets?
Under these circumstances we’ll be happy to exchange your tickets into another available performance so that you don't miss a second of great theatre. If for some reason this is not available, we’ll present other options at that time, including donating your tickets back to Everyman for a tax deductible contribution, refunds, or other choices we may suggest.
What if you have a performance, yet I’m still scared to drive in bad weather?
Subscribers should remember that they can exchange their tickets for free no matter their situation. Usually we ask for 24 hours notice but if severe weather is a factor, call us, and we'll do our best to accommodate subscriber concerns. Non-subscribers may exchange their tickets for a fee of $10/order.
How can I make a tax-deductible contribution?
Everyman Theatre is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Donations can be made online via our secure online donation form.
I would like to bring my children with me to the theatre. What’s your policy?
Most shows are appropriate for children over the age of 12. You know your child the best, but we recommend that you call our Box Office at 410.752.2208 or check each show’s individual web page for notes regarding language or adult themes. Children under age 6 are discouraged from attending.
What is the dress code at Everyman?
Most patrons dress casual, but we recommend that you plan for the theatre to feel a bit chilly. Due to the number of lighting instruments, the heat they throw off and in deference to the actors on stage, the temperature is carefully managed.
Where can I get a bite to eat near Everyman?
Several neighborhood restaurants are within a one-block radius. Check our Restaurants and Hotels page for links and information. You can also order our ”Dinner Express“ to have a meal delivered right to the theatre from participating restaurants.
Are there any job openings at Everyman Theatre?
Whether or not we are currently recruiting, we always accept resumes from people wishing to work in the Box Office or in a technical capacity. Most of our crew is hired on a show by show basis. Resumes and cover letters should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, please be sure to indicate what type of work you are looking for. Thank you for your interest in Everyman Theatre!
Does Everyman Theatre offer acting classes?
Everyman Theatre offers a variety of classes and workshops for adults, teens and kids throughout the year.
Is the theatre available for rental?
How long has Everyman Theatre been in operation?
Everyman Theatre was founded by Vincent M. Lancisi in 1990.