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1-14-13: Many Broken Legs and Wonderful Nights to Come
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"I think they are going to love pulling up to the front of the building and seeing this jewel of a theater that looks like a Broadway theater right here in Baltimore." -Vincent M. Lancisi
It's a project six years in the making, but on Monday, Jan. 14 the Everyman Theatre will cut the ribbon on its new $17 million theater located on 315 W. Fayette Street in West Baltimore.
In the building's 103-year history it has been numerous things-it's been a vaudeville theater, a burlesque theater, a movie house and even a parking garage.
Construction on the building began in 2011 and the theater now boasts several new features.
New Design Elements
- 85 more seats than the Charles St. location
- Rehearsal hall
- An artistic director's box
- A large lobby
- A bar
Pictures of the construction process of the new theater can be found here.
A Change of Scenery
Before coming to this new location, Everyman's company members performed at the former Charles Street location.
The new theater is located at the corner of W. Fayette St. and N. Eutaw St. in the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District.
Everyman's founding artistic director Vincent M. Lancisi said the company loves being in the new district and he looks forward to seeing the neighborhood grow.
"It's got every ingredient to be a cultural tourism hub," Lancisi said. "There is this huge focus that the city administation seems to have after the ULI study that says all these resources are here, it's time for this section of this city to do its thing, you know?"
While a preview of Everyman's production of "August: Osage County" will run from Jan. 16-Jan. 17, Everyman enthusiasts will have a chance to celebrate at the official inagural opening night for the theater on Friday, Jan. 18.
You can hear Maryland Morning's theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck review "August: Osage County" on Monday, Jan. 21.