Everyman Theatre, Baltimore
The Everyman Theatre, founded in 1990 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, by artistic director Vincent M. Lancisi, an Equity theatre with a professional repertory company of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area, dedicated to presenting quality theatre that is accessible and affordable to everyone.
The Everyman Theatre is highly regarded as the leading resident theater company in Baltimore. Its critically acclaimed productions have earned nine Greater Baltimore Theater Awards (more than any other company) and overwhelming support from theater goers in Baltimore.
In November 2006, Everyman Theatre made the official announcement that it had received a gift of a new home by the Bank of America and The Dawson Company: The Town Theatre, located at 315 West Fayette Street on the West Side of Baltimore City. The building, valued at $1.5 million, will be renovated by Cho Benn Holback + Associates over the next 3 years to offer sufficient scene shops, costume and props facilities, education space, and a 250-300 seat state of the art theatre with more room to grow in future years. Everyman Theatre plans to open its 2009-10 Season in its permanent home.
Everyman Theatre and Baltimore's other important theater, Center Stage, lead a burgeoning, if somewhat inconsistent, Maryland Theatre scene.
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