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DON’T MISS ONE OF BALTIMORE’S BEST SHOWS OF THE YEAR!
WHERE: Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette St., Baltimore WHEN: Now through January 10
Critics and audiences have fallen in love with Outside Mullingar Named one of The Baltimore Sun's Best of Baltimore's 2015 theater season, John Patrick Shanley's poetic Irish fable Outside Mullingar is full of laughs and tenderhearted moments, reminding us all that it's never too late to take a chance on love.
"Terrific! An awfully satisfying fusion of humor and insight, underlined with as much finesse as heart in Everyman's gem of a production. One of the most uplifting experiences of the year!"–The Baltimore Sun
“Classic Shanley romantic comedy that will appeal to his Moonstruck and Savage in Limbo fans.”–The Washington Post
"The audience shakes with laughter! Shanley's Moonstruck was a credit to the genre, but Outside Mullingar is even better, thanks to better jokes, better surprises, and just enough death to give the jokes their sting."–City Paper
"A love letter straight from the Emerald Isle...A unique love story that is beautiful, endearing, quirky and not to be missed."–MD Theatre Guide
"Hilarious! Take a pleasant break from the holiday shopping madness to watch Outside Mullingar. It's a show that lives up to Everyman's motto: Great Stories. Well Told."–DC Metro Theater Arts
Don't miss the show leaving audiences laughing and cheering night after night! Now through January 10.
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Explore the world of Outside Mullingar Where exactly is Mullingar? How are Moonstruck and Outside Mullingar related? And how does Irish folklore factor into the play? Find out these answers and more in our exclusive commentary about the show you are about to see.