Baltimore Museum of Industry and Everyman Theatre Launch Collaborative Pop-Up Exhibition

Historic Steelworker Photographs Accompany Production of Sweat

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Friday Flow: Sweat

Join us the third Friday of every show this season for a totally unique Everyman Theatre experience!

Take a yoga class at Everyman Theatre. Stay for the play. Flow and Show!

Be introduced to primary themes through vinyasa style sequences designed for all ability levels taught by Lead Teaching Artist and certified yoga instructor, Brenna Horner. Featuring guest yogis from wellness communities throughout Baltimore,  the restorative practices are the perfect compliment to a healthy life and an enriched playgoing evening.

Working Up a Sweat

WORKING UP A SWEAT: DISCOVER BALTIMORE'S BEFORE AND AFTER

While Sweat takes place in Reading, PA—the reverberations of de-industrialization are felt worldwide. Explore key themes from Sweat, through an essential conversation in partnership with the University of Maryland, School of Social Work. 

Childcare Matinee: Sweat

CREATIVE, CONVENIENT AND RELIABLE CHILDCARE

Take in a Matinee confident that your children are well looked after and supported by Everyman Theatre Education and Community Engagement staff. Perfect for ages 4-12.
Registration: $30

Please Note: Students must be potty trained and able to restroom without additional support.

TNT: Sweat

Students in grades 9-12 are invited to TNT, a teens only event which takes our shows to a whole new level. 

Interview: Lynn Nottage, 'Sweat' Playwright

Read Interview Magazine's interview with Lynn Nottage, the playwright of Sweat.

Cast Conversations: Sweat

Ticket buyers can join the cast for a moderated discussion following the fourth Thursday performance of each show.

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Pay-What-You-Can: Sweat

Pay what you can to see the first preview performance of Sweat. Tickets: By donation (cash only), available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Box Office beginning at 5:00 pm. Seating is general admission. Curtain is 7:00 pm.

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