It’s not quite March yet, but you’d better snatch up your tickets now for Vino Festa, an Italian festival of wine and food to take place at the new Everyman Theatre. Why plan so far ahead? Because the fab event features an irresistible custom menu from Tony Foreman of Foreman Wolf Restaurants. And this is no show-up-and-sit-down affair. Guests will wander the rooms of Everyman’s new home to find signature Italian dishes alongside fine wines and mouth watering pastries. Beyond food (if there is such a thing), there will “pop-up” style performances by opera singers at the piano on the mezzanine, commedia dell’arte performance troupes, and period-style swordfighters throughout the evening. In other words, prepare for all of the decadence and festivity of a traditional Italian street fair.
“It’s an event like nothing Baltimore has seen before,” says Everyman’s Founding Artistic Director Vincent Lancisi of the event. “You’ll see nothing but the best food, the finest wine, and the most dynamic performances around you.” We’re pretty sure this is an accurate prediction, which is why we’re marking our calendars now for Saturday, April 5th, when it all goes down. Until then, we’ll be watching Fellini flicks and singing “That’s Amore” in drooling anticipation of this bella festa.
Tickets for Vino Festa are now on sale and can be purchased by visiting www.everymantheatre.org. The event takes place on Saturday, April 5th at 6:30pm at Everyman Theatre in Baltimore.
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