World of the Play: The Revolutionists

Join us on select Saturdays for an in-depth panel discussion in the second-floor lobby on the themes and topics of each show. This event is free to attend, reserve tickets ahead of time with the Box Office.

World of the Play: Intimate Apparel

Join us on select Saturdays for an in-depth panel discussion on the themes and topics of each show. This event is free to attend, reserve tickets ahead of time with the Box Office.

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World of the Play: M. Butterfly

Join us on select Saturdays for an in-depth panel discussion on the themes and topics of each show. This event is free to attend, reserve tickets ahead of time with the Box Office.

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"Los Otros" Sparks Discussions of "Othering and Belonging"

Los Otros is a compelling musical that addresses themes of cultural curiosity, “othering” and the universal need to embrace love and build family, even when they show up in unconventional ways.

Beyond Stereotypes: Redefining Images of Young Men of Color

A PRE-SHOW COMMUNITY FILM SCREENING, RECEPTION, & DIALOGUE

Beyond Stereotypes is an innovative, locally-produced short-subject documentary that juxtaposes filmed interviews with young men from diverse and contending backgrounds to address and challenge questions, impressions, and representations of African-American and Latino male identity in America.

Baltimore Youth Arts has Great Expectations for Our Neighborhood

Who was that teacher, relation or peer without whom you would not have become who you are? What relationship changed your life? These are the questions that drive the mission of Everyman's new neighbor, Baltimore Youth Arts.

TIMESLIPS WORKSHOP

For family, caregivers and practitioners.

 

Saturday, January 7, 2017 at 10:30am
2nd floor lounge

Timeslips is a collaborative storytelling method developed specifically for people with dementia-related memory loss that replaces the pressure to remember with the freedom to imagine. 

World of the Play: Dot

Join us on December 17 at 5:00 PM for an in-depth panel discussion into the themes and topics of Dot. Hosted by Marc Steiner (WEAA's The Marc Steiner Show).

This event is FREE for subscribers! Non-subscriber tickets are just $5.

Subscribers must call the Box Office to reserve tickets.

ReWINEd: Dot

Seeing a play at Everyman will get you talking and there’s no better place to talk about it than over a delicious meal. Take in a matinee of Everyman’s Dot by Colman Domingo, then enjoy a relaxed dinner and conversation at Dovecote Café, with a menu prepared by Chef Catina Smith featuring produce from the local farm Strength to Love. Over a glass of wine, our guest moderator will lead a conversation related to the themes and messages of the production. Tickets $85 (includes show)

ReWINEd: The Roommate

Seeing a play at Everyman will get you talking and there’s no better place to talk about it than over a delicious meal. Take in a matinee of Everyman’s The Roommate by Jen Silverman, then enjoy a relaxed dinner and conversation at Dovecote Café, with a menu prepared by Chef Janelle Coles featuring produce from the local farm Strength to Love. Over a glass of wine, our guest moderator, Caprece Jackson Garrett, will lead a conversation related to the themes and messages of the production. Tickets $85 (includes show); Dinner at 6:00PM

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