EVERYMAN'S 2021/2022 SEASON!

Celebrate the return to live performances with a lineup that includes a family hit of stage and screen, an award-winning Broadway play, an updated classic from the America canon, and two World Premieres by red-hot playwrights!

The 2021/2022 season marks Everyman’s return to live theatre after 18 months, with a varied and compelling line-up in store, including a family hit of stage and screen, an award-winning Broadway play, an updated classic from the America canon, a Pulitzer Prize winner, and two World Premieres by red-hot playwrights! The season features stories from a distinctive range of authors and perspectives, and runs the gamut from beloved classics to modern, reimagined new works. The reopening of our physical space is a celebratory and emotional time for us and our wonderful City of Baltimore, and we can’t wait to share it with everyone!
 

There's nothing quite like live theatre, taking in a piece of art, the interaction between audience and actors, laughing, crying, and loving the shared experience. You won't want to miss a moment!

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THE PLAYS
 

Steel Magnolias
AUGUST 10 THRU SEPTEMBER 5

Written by Robert Harling
Directed by Casey Stangl

Over the course of three years, six inimitable women share their lives with wit, warmth, humor, and intelligence, through the highest highs and the lowest lows. A perennial fan favorite of stage and film, Steel Magnolias celebrates the everyday power of female friendship.

 

 

 

Flyin’ West
OCTOBER 5 THRU OCTOBER 31
Writtten by Pearl Cleage
Directed by Paige Hernandez

This is a story of overcoming tremendous odds. Four African-American female pioneers, American Homesteaders, settle together in the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas at the turn of the 19th Century. Trying to build better lives for their families, they work their own land and forge forward against often harsh and unforgiving circumstances.

Best enjoyed by patrons 12+
 

 

 

The Skin Of Our Teeth
DECEMBER 7 THRU JANUARY 2

Written by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Noah Himmelstein

This Pulitzer Prize winner combines farce, burlesque, and satire, depicting the Antrobus family of Excelsior, New Jersey who narrowly escape one cataclysmic disaster after another. Whether he’s inventing the alphabet or saving the world from apocalypse, George Antrobus and his formidable family somehow manage to survive, but only by the skin of their teeth!

Best enjoyed by patrons 12+

 

 

Behold, A Negress
FEBRUARY 1 THRU FEBRUARY 27

Written by Jacqueline E. Lawton
Set in Paris at the beginning of Napoleon's reign, this World Premiere play imagines an intimate relationship between a real-life painter and her muse, a formerly enslaved black woman. A passionate and daring examination of the challenges of intersectional feminism and the role of art during times of social unrest and political upheaval.

Best enjoyed by patrons 14+

 

 

Sense and Sensibility
APRIL 5 THRU MAY 1

Adapted by Kate Hamill
Based on the novel by Jane Austen

Both hilarious and heartbreaking, this fun, fast, and playful adaptation of Austen’s beloved classic follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters -- sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne -- after their father’s sudden death leaves them penniless and socially vulnerable. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart?

Best enjoyed by patrons 10+

 

 

Crying On Television
MAY 31 THRU JUNE 26
Written by R. Eric Thomas
Directed by Reginald L. Douglas

This World Premiere comedy from Thomas, a Baltimore-based writer, humorist, and internet sensation, is both laugh-out-loud funny and beguilingly sweet. It’s a platonic rom-com about four strangers in an apartment building, the notion of loving TV characters as much as your real friends, and trying to form genuine friendship connections as adults.

Best enjoyed by patrons 14+