"Terrific...a taut revival directed with a keen appreciation for atmosphere, timing and tension." –The Baltimore Sun
"Brilliantly bracing and thrillingly thought-provoking. As relevant and compelling as ever!" –DC Metro Theater Arts
"A delectable thrill! Director Noah Himmelstein gives the play cunning psychological nuances that make it unexpectedly edgy and contemporary."–DC Theatre Scene
"An Edwardian roller coaster ride...a highly entertaining who-done-it and is heartily recommended." –Baltimore Post-Examiner
WHEN: through October 11
WHERE: Everyman Theatre, 315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
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Know Before You Go
Ever wonder what it was like to live with 50 servants in your household? What would you wear if you were an Edwardian? Get inspired as you go behind the scenes and learn about the world of the show you are about to see.