Eight shows added. Now closes January 7, 2024

(BALTIMORE, MD) Everyman Theatre is bringing you thrills and chills for even longer through the
holidays. Dial M For Murder will be onstage for an additional week, now through, January 7, 2024.

Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher and directed by Everyman Founder and Artistic Director, Vincent M.
Lancisi, this classic thriller, which served as inspiration for Hitchcock’s iconic film, presents a twisted tale
of a former writer, Tony Wendice, who concocts a plan to murder his wealthy wife, Margot. With the
help of a sharp-witted detective, Margot fights to clear her name and reveal the truth about her
husband’s deadly scheme. Jeffrey Hatcher’s script layers clever dialogue and unexpected plot twists
with a contemporary exploration of greed, power, and manipulation.

“For Dial M for Murder, our dedicated team of art professionals are pulling out all the stops to vividly
create a world full of suspense and discovery,” says Managing Director Marissa LaRose. “And with a
cast entirely made up of our Resident Company Members that call Baltimore and its surrounding area
home, this show is a prime example of the tremendous talent, arts, and culture this great city has to
offer. We’re thrilled to see such interest for live theatre and excited to share this quintessentially
Everyman production with audiences into the new year.”

Everyman’s production of Dial M for Murder features a full cast of its Resident Company of Actors
including Megan Anderson (A Doll’s House) as Maxine Hadley, Danny Gavigan (Ken Ludwig’s
Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
) as Lesgate, Beth Hylton (The Sound Inside) as Margot Wendice,
Tony Nam (Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery) as Tony Wendice, and Bruce
Randolph Nelson
(Harvey) as Inspector Hubbard. In addition to Lancisi, the creative team is composed
mostly of Everyman Resident Artists including Daniel Ettinger (Set Design), David Burdick (Costume
Design), Harold F Burgess II (Lighting Design), Gary Logan (Dialects), Lewis Shaw (Fights and Intimacy)
and returning to Everyman is Megumi Katayama (Sound Design & Original Music). Megumi’s sound
design was previously featured in Everyman’s productions of Dinner and Cake and The Skin of Our
. Malory Hartman joins as Assistant Lighting Designer, and Resident Artist & Production Manager,
Cat Wallis will serve as Stage Manager for this production.

Dial M for Murder
Adapted by Jeffrey Hacher
Written by Frederick Knott
Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi
December 3, 2022 – January 7, 2024
Recommended for ages 13 and up.

Tickets are on sale now at everymantheatre.org or by calling 410.752.2208. Standard box office hours
are Monday through Friday from 10am until 4pm, and Saturdays from 12pm until 4pm.
Standard box office hours are Monday through Friday from 10am until 4pm, and Saturdays from 12pm
until 4pm. Visit everymantheatre.org or call 410.752.2208 for more information
Everyman has also launched two initiatives to give theatergoers a chance to socialize and connect
with other like-minded theatre enthusiasts. After each Sunday matinee performance, Everyman now
offers Matinee Mingles to bring fellow audience members together to chat about Dial M For Murder,
view the artist in residence’s work in the Everyman Visual Arts Gallery, and enjoy happy hour pricing at
Vinny’s Bar. Along with Matinee Mingles, Everyman has partnered with Mixolo, a solo-friendly social
network, that pairs solo-friendly adventurers with like-minded enthusiasts for shared experiences. Both
initiatives combine the enjoyment of live theatre with the opportunity to connect with others.

New dates added to the schedule:

  • Midweek Lunchtime Matinee- Wednesday, December 13: Curtain is 12 p.m.
  • Mixolo Dates (registration required)- Saturday, December 16 at 8pm, Wednesday, December
    27 at 1pm, and Sunday December 31 at 2pm.
  • Matinee Mingles– Sunday, December 10, 17, 24, and 31 (post 2pm matinee)
  • Extended Performance Dates – Tuesday, January 2 at 7:30pm, Wednesday, January 3 at 1pm
    and 7:30pm, Thursday, January 4 at 7:30pm, Friday, January 5 at 8pm, Saturday, January 6 at
    2pm and 8pm, and Sunday, January 7 at 2pm.

Dial M for Murder is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French,
Inc. This production is sponsored by Gallagher, Evelius & Jones, LLP, and The Lord Baltimore Hotel.
Everyman Theatre is a professional Equity theatre company celebrating the actor, with a Resident
Company of artists from the Baltimore/DC area. Everyman Theatre is conveniently located in the heart
of Baltimore City in the historic Bromo Arts and Entertainment District, near the corner of Fayette and
Eutaw and steps away from the historic Lexington Market. Founded in 1990 by Vincent M. Lancisi, the
theatre’s mission is to provide transformative experiences through professional theatre that are
welcoming, relevant, and affordable to everyone. With the values of people, community, and
excellence at the core of its programming and operations, Everyman is dedicated to meaningful
connections between artists and audiences both on-stage and off, while creating opportunities to
sustain artists that are local to the Baltimore/Washington D. C. area. Lancisi partners with Managing
Director Marissa LaRose in leading the organization in diverse, equitable, and inclusive storytelling,
which is vital to living up to the name, Everyman Theatre.

The 2023/2024 Lead Corporate Partner for Everyman Theatre is Gallagher, Evelius & Jones, LLP.
Everyman Theatre is supported in part by grants from Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City, and The
Mayor’s Office of Recovery, The Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org), The Citizens of Baltimore
County, The Shubert Foundation, and the Paul M. Angell Foundation.

Everyman Theatre stands in solidarity with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and AAPI
(Americans and Pacific Islanders) communities and is committed to an equitable, diverse, and
inclusive atmosphere at every level of our organization. Visit everymantheatre.org to learn more.