WHEN: on stage now through January 7
WHERE: Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette St., Baltimore
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Fresh, funny and as timely as ever, The Revolutionists is a spirited, race-against-the-guillotine thrill-ride that celebrates the powerful bond among women and the capacity of art and expression to create change.
Starring Resident Company members Beth Hylton as Marie Antoinette, Megan Anderson as Olympe de Gouges, and Dawn Ursula as Caribbean spy Marianne Angelle, with Emily Kester (Noises Off) as Charlotte Corday, prepare to laugh your head off at this imaginative, irresistible mash-up of historical whimsy and modern-day wit, from "America's Most Popular Playwright" (The New Yorker), Lauren Gunderson.
Screening: Farewell My Queen
Tuesday, December 12
The Revolutionists Set Designer Daniel Ettinger presents a screening at the Parkway Theatre of this passionate and visually stunning French drama about Marie Antoinette, followed by a discussion.
Girls' Night Out
Fridays, December 15-January 5
Escape to the theatre for a fabulously fun and memorable night out with your BFFs, featuring 4 tickets to the show, a plate of delectable LB Bakery macarons and a bottle of house wine to share!
Battle of the Female Bartenders
Thursday, December 14
Hurry—tickets going fast! Taste of Everyman welcomes three of Baltimore’s best female mixologists—Chelsea Gregoire (Hotel Revival), Pam Haner (W.C. Harlan) and Amie Ward (R. Bar)—plus sweet and savory cake bites in the spirit of Marie “let them eat cake” Antoinette, and a party playlist curated by Victoria Legrand. LEARN MORE
Tenets of Comedy
Sunday, December 17
Laugh your way from The Revolutionists to this one-of-a-kind workshop for adults, taught by Resident Company member Bruce Nelson. With a focus on physical comedy, students explore using their actor's tools to create humor onstage—from individual comedic bits to the fundamentals of making a joke come hilariously to life. LEARN MORE
Q&A: The Revolutionists Costume Designer David Burdick
From sketchbook to sewing machine, Everyman Theatre Resident Costume Designer David Burdick talks about his inspiration and creative process bringing The Revolutionists costumes to life.
Off-Stage Stories: Today's Artistic Revolutionists
For centuries, women have used the power of the pen, the paintbrush and the performance stage to demand their voices be heard on important political and social issues. So who are some of today's artistic revolutionists? READ MORE