Everyman Theatre Announces Inaugural Season Of NEW VOICES FESTIVAL
February 11, 2020
Founding Artistic Director Vincent M. Lancisi is pleased to announce the inaugural season of Everyman Theatre's NEW VOICES FESTIVAL. The three-play, two-month festival includes QUEENS GIRL: BLACK IN THE GREEN MOUNTAINS by Caleen Sinnette Jennings, BERTA, BERTA by Angelica Chéri, and CRY IT OUT by Molly Smith Metzler, and runs in repertory from March 3 through May 3, 2020. (more...)
BWW Review: BE HERE NOW at Everyman Theatre - A Touching Dramady About Happiness and Laughter
January 30, 2020
If I said one should come to the Everyman Theatre and see a play that deals with Geschwind Syndrome you may want to pass or even google it. But do not be put off by this. Just relax and see a play that deals with it. I never heard of this Syndrome and it truly does not make a difference if you know about it beforehand or after you see it. What you will see is an individual who has fainting spells due to temporal lobe epilepsy which results in sexual behavioral disorders. (more...)
January 07, 2020
Studio Theatre Has Named Reginald L. Douglas as New Associate Artistic Director
January 07, 2020
Studio Theatre and Artistic Director David Muse have announced that Reginald L. Douglas will join the organization as its new Associate Artistic Director later this month. Douglas comes to Studio from City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh, where he has served as Artistic Producer since 2015. (more...)
Everyman Theatre Announces 2019/20 Season - New Theatre Space, New Plays, And Familiar Favorites
May 03, 2019
Everyman Theatre presents its lineup for the upcoming 2019- 2020 season with a slate of offerings sure to enthrall audiences. This season features revered big-name revivals-award-winning plays seen through a fresh lens-as well as new works from some of today's top playwriting talent. (more...)
After committing an unforgivable crime and doomed to surrender his freedom, Leroy is granted one final wish: a chance to make amends with his long lost lover, Berta. Their reunion swells from a quarrelsome beginning to an impassioned consummation of their love. Set in the 1920s, Angelica Chéri’s riveting tale, inspired by the legendary prison song, poses the question – can Leroy and Berta’s bond survive the fate that awaits them?
Come see this show at CATF!