Everyman Theatre to stage Death of a Salesman, Streetcar Named Desire in one run

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everymanbaltThe Everyman Theatre announced its 25th anniversary season on Tuesday, and they’re staging two American classics at the same time.

Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman and Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire will be performed concurrently from April 5-June 12, 2016. The same cast will star in the plays for alternating performances. Everyman is calling the two-month run Great American Rep. “Choose to experience both plays in one day, over two nights or even a month apart and take part in a rep that is a first in our nation’s theatrical history,” the Theatre’s announcement states.

Here is the rest of the season lineup:

  • An Inspector Calls, by J.B. Priestly (Sept. 9-Oct.11)
  • Fences, by August Wilson (Oct. 20-Nov. 22)
  • Outside Mullingar, by John Patrick Shanley (Dec. 8-Jan. 10, 2016)
  • Under the Skin, by Michael Hollinger (Jan. 19-Feb. 21, 2016)


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