Join us on November 12th at 5:00 PM for an in-depth panel discussion into the themes and topics of The Roommate. Hosted by Marc Steiner (WEAA's The Marc Steiner Show).
STARTING OVER. BEGINNING ANEW.
The Roommate dramatizes what happens when two different women's worlds collide. This funny and compelling story tackles the joys and challenges of discovering and defining the 'new normal.' Everyman Theatre introduces audiences to a panel of dynamic women across generations who reflect and share personal journeys of transformation.
This event is FREE for subscribers. Non-subscriber tickets are just $5.
Subscribers must call the Box Office to reserve tickets.
Johanna Gruenhut is a director in the Baltimore/DC area and the director of Everyman Theatre’s current production of The Roommate by Jen Silverman. She is also on staff at Everyman Theatre as the Artistic Associate. Other directing credits include: Center Stage: The Container; Theater J: Apples from the Desert; Studio Theatre: Skin Tight, The Big Meal; Stillpointe Theatre Initiative: Mr. Marmalade; NY International Fringe Festival: Buried Words; Sam French Short Play Festival: Mr. Crossover; American Globe Theatre: BillyJoelTookMeToTheProm.com; Weston Playhouse: No Child…; University of California, San Diego, artist-in-residence: The Mistakes Madeline Made; Johns Hopkins University, director-in-residence: The Cocktail Party. Associate Director: London & UK tour: Angels in America 1&2 (dir. Daniel Kramer); The Public: Compulsion (dir. Oskar Eustis); The Public & The Cameri Theatre, Tel Aviv, Israel: The Human Scale (dir. Oskar Eustis). Translator: Theater J: The Admission by Motti Lerner. Upcoming: In April she directs That Face, which will inaugurate the new theatre at Center Stage.
Caprece Jackson-Garrett is the visionary owner of Bonneau Caprece LLC, a public relations, strategic marketing and event production firm. Her recent projects include producing the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Centers’ 6th Annual Cancer Survivors Day Fashion Showcase, producing a live interview segment on the Fox45 Morning Show for the 5th Annual Mt. Washington Fall Block Party, producing the Year-Up Training Program, and curating a live Installation for Light City’s opening event at The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower. As a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Caprece worked in Paris as a model and a freelance journalist covering designer collections in Paris and Milan. Caprece staffed the launch team for Elle Magazine’s U.S. Edition. After five years in Paris, Caprece returned to the states to live in Washington, D.C. and worked at public relations firms on Capitol Hill and for several francophone embassies. She then relocated to Baltimore where she served as press secretary for the Baltimore City Council during the O'Malley Administration from 2001 to 2005. Caprece’s clients have included the American Red Cross, the United Way of Central Maryland, Port Discovery Museum, the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), and Living Classrooms’ Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park, where she produced over 300 events between 2006 and 2008 that raised nearly $300,000. Caprece, one of Baltimore's most notable fashionistas, is a leading fashion industry advocate, committed to helping local apparel, jewelry designers, fiber artists and wearable artists realize their capacity.
Rev. Merrick Moses is an ordained Old Catholic Priest, writer, community activist and teacher living in Baltimore, Maryland. This native New Yorker is a graduate of Morgan State University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Spanish language. Ordained to the Diaconate in 2004 and to the Priesthood in 2008, Father Merrick was one of the first Black Transmen ordained within the Old Catholic Movement in Baltimore. He is a servant leader with Black Trans Advocacy and Black Transmen, Inc.