Thursday, June 6, 7 pm
Special Evening Access to the Museum (5:30pm-7pm)
Proceeds to support diverse new voices on the Everyman stage
Tap into your inner foodie with Baltimore Style and Everyman Theatre for a one of a kind Happy Hour celebrating Everyman's upcoming show, Dinner with Friends.
Join Everyman Theatre in partnership with University of Maryland School of Social Work for an examination of key themes and questions posed by Everything is Wonderful by Chelsea Marcantel. Each family member of this Amish community makes choices—decisions about their relationship to the trauma, family, and community they live among. The audience is placed at the center of this gripping reality, and draws parallels.
3.00 CEUs are available for this event!
Learn and discuss where we see these same conflicts in our own lives, city and world:
It’s dinner and a show—with style. Join Everyman Theatre and our friends at Fogo de Chão & KD Elite Transportation for a delicious twist on a night out at the theatre.
Experience the ultimate dinner and a show for only $100 a person. The night features the following:
Park at the Atrium Garage* across from Everyman Theatre and ride the round-trip shuttle to Fogo de Chão, courtesy of KD Elite Transportation.
Harvey by Mary Chase
Elwood P. Dowd likes to include his best friend Harvey in all of his adventures—the trouble is, Harvey is an imaginary, 6-foot tall rabbit! Join hosts Colleen and Mark at their Locust Point home for this comedy classic and decide for yourself if this lovable bunny is real or not!
Murder on the Nile by Agatha Christie
Following in the footsteps of previous “Play-A-Role” readings of The Mousetrap and And Then There Were None, this year you will voyage down the Nile with your hosts Susan and John Nehra in a reading of Murder on the Nile. Meet a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. Can you solve the mystery of a shocking and brutal murder?
Pride and Prejudice
Can you be the next Colin Firth? Now is your chance to become the famous Elizabeth and Darcy and find out if they'll be able to look past their pride and prejudice to find their perfect match. Board Member Jean Brune will be your host as you enter the world of Jane Austen.
Almost, Maine by John Cariani
You’re invited to go on a journey to Almost, Maine with avid theatergoer Toni Krometis and her husband, Evan. Playful and surreal experiences are commonplace in this mythical town. Discover the life-altering power of the human heart on this one deeply cold and magical midwinter night.
The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry
Does Tracy Lord belong on a pedestal? Join Board Member Betsy Nelson and her husband, David, as they explore this witty and sophisticated romantic play, which served as the basis for the classic Hollywood film starring Katherine Hepburn as Tracy.