What Makes Everyman’s "Wait Until Dark" So Chilling

A behind-the-scenes look at Wait Until Dark’s freaky props, and the woman who makes them.

Keeping The Suspense Alive In "Wait Until Dark"

Sit down with Resident Set Designer Daniel Ettinger and Costume Designer Ben Argenta Kress as they discuss the labor of love behind Wait Until Dark.

Taste of Everyman: Wait Until Dark

Kick back as you mix and mingle with other theatre lovers in our upstairs lounge during exclusive pre-show cocktail parties featuring mixed drinks and paired menus from The French Kitchen curated to each show of the season.

$60 includes both the tasting and tickets.

All tastings begin at 6:00 PM with the show to follow at 7:30 PM. 

Theme: Drinks of Darkness

Cocktails and Drinks like: Dark and Stormy, Black Russian, Cuba Libre, Pinot Noir and Imperial Stout

Curtains Up on Careers: Sound Designer

Interview with Wait Until Dark Sound Designer Patrick Calhoun

Baltimore Sun writes "Everyman Theatre will open season with a shock"

Tim Smith from the Baltimore Sun writes, "Like any thriller, the play requires surprise. As can be gleaned from the title, it also calls for darkness. It's not too much of a spoiler to note that the terrified Susan eventually uses her disability to her advantage, forcing any would-be tormentor to experience her sightless world — and, for good measure, forcing the audience to do so, too"

Becoming The Character

A conversation between Megan Anderson, star of Wait Until Dark, Johanna Gruenhut, Everyman Artistic Associate, and Lindsay Yazzolino, Secretary National Federation of the Blind Massachusetts.

ReWINEd: Wait Until Dark

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 Wait Until Dark adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, then enjoy a relaxed dinner and conversation at Dovecote Café, with a menu prepared by Chef Amanda Mack featuring produce from the local farm Strength to Love. Over a glass of wine, our guest moderator, Chris Wilson, will lead a conversation related to the themes and messages of the production. Tickets: $85 (includes show)

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