Everyman Theatre has been on a roll since the beginning of 2013, when the company inaugurated its inviting new downtown space.
The first full season in that venue — there's one more play left, "Tribes," opening May 28 — has been marked by exceptionally effective stagings of diverse works (three were given extra weeks to meet demand).
"That's why it took so long to come up with a second season," said Everyman's artistic director, Vincent Lancisi. "I really felt intimidated by the scope of this one."
What Lancisi devised for...