OUR 32nd BREAKTHROUGH SEASON
Featuring a World Premiere, Two Hits from Stage and Screen, an Award-Winning Broadway Play, A Fan-Favorite Who Dunnit, a Play by a New Voice in American Theatre, and a Reimagined Musical Celebration.
Dinner and Cake
September 6 – October 2
Written by Tuyet Thi Pham
Directed by Paige Hernandez
Featuring Everyman Resident Company Members: Helen Hedman, Bruce Randolph Nelson
Mylinh has the chance to boost her career and make important connections in her new home in Washington DC – all she has to do is translate a simple dinner meeting between her friends’ parents – American and Vietnamese in-laws. When the two couples clash over the course of the evening, Mylinh must navigate and defuse the awkward and complicated cultural, national, and social politics between the two countries that make up her own unique identity.
The Lion in Winter
october 18 – november 13
Written by James Goldman
Featuring Everyman Resident Company Members: Deborah Hazlett, Hannah Kelly, Zack Powell, Jefferson A. Russell
A family feud of imperial proportions! Set during Christmas 1183, Lion tells the wickedly amusing tale of King Henry II, his imprisoned queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine, and their three entitled, double-dealing sons who vie for the throne. Best known for the film adaptation starring Peter O’Toole and Katharine Hepburn, this viciously funny drama is a high-stakes chess game where the pieces constantly change and no one is spared the sword. Betrayal, treachery, and fights to the death – just another joyous Royal Family Christmas!
Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
december 6 – january 1
Written by Ken Ludwig
Featuring Everyman Resident Company Members: Megan Anderson, Danny Gavigan, Tony Nam, Bruce Randolph Nelson
From the award-winning mastermind Ken Ludwig (Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express), comes a fast-paced comedy about everyone’s favorite detective solving his most notorious case. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson must crack the mystery before the family curse dooms its newest heir. Watch as our intrepid investigators try to escape a dizzying web of clues, silly accents, and deceit. Can our heroes solve the mystery in time? Join the fun and see just how elementary the truth can be!
january 24 – february 19
Written by Charly Evon Simpson
Featuring Everyman Resident Company Members: Felicia Curry, Tony Nam, Jefferson A. Russell
An unexpected bond connects two strangers who meet on a bridge and have more in common than they could have imagined. And while this poetic play looks at grief and loss from many vantage points, JUMP is also a hopeful, breathtaking, and even whimsical exploration into the buoyancy of hope and the power of human connection – sister to sister, parent to child, stranger to stranger. From an exciting new voice in American theatre comes this magical story about the process of letting go.
The Sound Inside
March 7 – april 2
Written by Adam Rapp
Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi
Featuring Everyman Resident Company Members: Beth Hylton, Zack Powell
In this suspenseful drama we meet Ivy League writing professor Bella Lee Baird and her talented yet mysterious student, Christopher Dunn. Bella helps Christopher with his novel that eerily mirrors his own life. The two form an unexpectedly intense bond and their lives and the stories they tell become intertwined in unpredictable ways. Christopher seeks a mentorship while Bella asks an unthinkable favor. Everyone has a story – the question is how it ends. Nominated for six Tony Awards, including Best Play.
april 25 – may 21
Written by Mary Chase
Directed by Susanna Gellert
Featuring Everyman Resident Company Members: Megan Anderson, Danny Gavigan, Deborah Hazlett, Beth Hylton, Hannah Kelly, Katie Kleiger, Tony Nam, Bruce Randolph Nelson, Kyle Prue, Jefferson A. Russell
It’s 1944, and Elwood P. Dowd, (Jimmy Stewart in the iconic movie), insists on including his BFF Harvey in all of his sister Veta’s social gatherings. Trouble is, Harvey is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit! When Veta tries to commit him to a mental institution, a comedy of errors ensues. Harvey begins to have a positive influence on the hospital staff, who realizes he may not be so bad after all? This family-friendly, Pulitzer Prize-winning gem is one funny bunny of a tale (tail?)!
The World Goes ‘Round
june 6 – july 2
Music by John Kander + Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Conceived by Scott Ellis, Susan Stroman, David Thompson
Directed by Kevin McAllister
A co-production of ArtsCentric, Everyman Theatre, and Olney Theatre
Start Spreading the News!! This newly-updated and brilliantly constructed tribute to musical theatre titans, John Kander and Fred Ebb, is filled with humor, romance, drama, and timeless hits. From Cabaret to Chicago, and Kiss of the Spider Woman to The Scottsboro Boys, the 20+ songs and stories from this reimagined celebration features unforgettable gems like, “Maybe This Time,” New York, New York,” and “All That Jazz” and made household names of Chita Rivera, Liza Minnelli, and Bob Fosse!
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