Saturday, March 31, 2018

Dinner and a show April 2: Everyman Theatre’s Final Salon reading and Korean dining delight!

“Like a good dream, it can give you stuff to chew over breakfast.”
(The New York Times)

WHEN: April 2. Cocktail hour begins at 6pm. Reading begins at 7pm. Cocktails and conversation to follow
WHERE:
Everyman Theatre rehearsal hall, 315 W. Fayette St., Baltimore
PURCHASE TICKETS
Use code 18SLN to save $5 on Adult tickets to this season's final Salon Series reading, while supplies last!
Code 18SLN expires 04/01/2018 at 11:59 PM. Limit 4 tickets per order. Cannot combine with other offers/promotions. $5 individual student tickets available day-of-show (with valid I.D.). All sales final.

A savagely funny mash-up of Kardashian and Brontë-esque milieus, The Moors—directed by Resident Company member Beth Hylton—brings a sexy wink and contemporary twist to the Victorian Gothic tale of two sisters (and a dog) who dream of love, power and visibility while grappling the strange and dangerous land around them.

Korean kitchen takeover at Forno 
WHEN: Monday, April 2, 5-10pm
WHERE:
Forno, 17 N Eutaw St., Baltimore
COST: Dishes will range from $8-25

Haenyo, the local duo known for their "roaming kitchen" pop-up dining events, will delight food and theatre-lovers on April 2, transforming Forno into a one-night-only Korean kitchen. The menu will bring the magic of Aubergine to life in a delicious and exciting way—offering dishes referenced in the play, including muguk, mandu, roasted fish and other familiar (and lesser known) dishes—all with seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients. No reservations necessary.

Aubergine
Now through April 15

“A richly layered play about food, memory, and immigrant families” (Washington City Paper). Save 15% on Friday/Saturday evening and Sunday matinee performances with code DISH18—now through April 1. LEARN MORE

Artistic Yoga
April 17-May 22

Touch on dramatic themes, set intention and explore story through this unique approach perfect for artists, yogis and those beginning their creative journey. Save $25 with code DRAMAYOGI—now through April 4. LEARN MORE

Everyman Theatre is a professional theatre company with a resident ensemble of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area dedicated to presenting high quality plays that are affordable and accessible to everyone.