Everyman Theatre is a professional theatre celebrating the actor, with a Resident Company of artists from the Baltimore/Washington, DC area. The theatre is dedicated to engaging the audience through a shared experience between actor and audience seeking connection and emotional truth in performance. Each season of plays is carefully curated to foster a diverse range of human experiences found in a mix of dramas and comedies selected from timeless classics to world premieres of plays.

Each season, Everyman Theatre produces a six-play mainstage season featuring both classics and new, burgeoning contemporary plays, many of which feature our Award-winning Resident Company of Actors and Artists from the Baltimore/DC area. Over 5,000 loyal subscribers are joined by thousands of other patrons each year, totaling an average of 45,000 tickets sold annually. Additional programming, such as the new Salon Series of play readings, curated and directed by Resident Company Members, provide a unique and up-close experience with the art of theatre.

Everyman Theatre’s education programs serve both the schools and the community at large. Community classes utilize skilled teaching artists to engage students of all ages in a variety of subjects from Improvisation to Page-to-Stage programs for youth. Everyman Theatre’s signature education program is its high school matinee program, providing Baltimore City students from five select schools a repeat exposure experience, including pre-and-post-show in-class visits, and transportation to and from the theatre completely free of charge.

Everyman's History

Chart the journey from Everyman's humble beginnings to the nationally recognized theatre it is today.

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Our Story So Far (The Journey to Everyman's New Home)

In January 2013 Everyman Theatre moved to our current location in the Bromo Arts District. Journey behind the scenes to see never-before-seen footage from our Grand Opening season.

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Production History

Take a look back at 28 years of outstanding theatre in Baltimore.

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