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Episode 2: Ghost Of Everyman Future

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Beth tells a ghost story from her childhood that has Danny investigating the parallels between traumatic events and apparitions in hopes to explain who the mysterious figure was backstage. Bruce offers a practical explanation of what our minds do to fill in blanks, but Danny learns about an event at the theater that might offer more answers.

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Beth Hylton Resident Acting Co
Donald Hicken Former Head of Theatre at Baltimore School for the Arts
Vincent M. Lancisi Founder, Artistic Director
Megan Anderson Resident Acting Co
Clinton Brandhagen Former Resident Acting Co Member
Mandy Hall Director of Production
Helen Hedman Resident Acting Co
Andrew Gaylin Audio Engineer
Bruce Randolph Nelson Resident Acting Co
Deborah Hazlett Resident Acting Co
Helen Hedman Resident Acting Co

This content is produced by Danny Gavigan and distributed by WYPR.

Danny Gavigan is an award-winning stage, screen, and voice actor from Columbia, Maryland. He is a member of the resident acting company at Everyman Theatre in Baltimore and has appeared on stages across the country, including La Jolla Playhouse, Kansas City Rep, Baltimore Center Stage, and Ford's Theater in DC where he won the Helen Hayes award for Best Ensemble in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? He has won various film festival awards for his performance on screen in the films Unarmed Man, Last Night, and Rumination, all currently streaming digitally. He has recorded hundreds of audiobook adaptations lending his voice to characters like Hawkeye in Marvel's Avengers series and is the narrator of the audiobook Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America by Baltimore journalist, Alec MacGillis. Danny is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.