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Everyman Announces 2012-'13 Season

Everyman Theatre's recently announced 2012-'13

will include two final shows at its current location on Charles Street, plus four shows at its new Fayette Street location before it transitions fully to the new space for the 2013-'14 season. All of the shows in the six-show run are Baltimore premieres. The season opens with Donald Margulies'

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Time Stands Still

(Aug. 29-Oct. 2), which follows Sarah and James, a photographer and journalist, respectively. The two cover high-intensity stories in war zones until Sarah gets injured in a bombing.

Time

is followed by

Heroes

(Oct. 24-Dec. 2), based on Gerald Sibleyras'

Le Vent des Peupliers

and translated by Tom Stoppard. The titular heroes are three World War I vets passing time in a military retirement home in the French countryside in 1959, cracking jokes and pondering their futures; the show earned this year's Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. Following

Heroes

is the grand opening of the Fayette Street location, featuring

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August: Osage County

(Jan. 16-Feb. 17, 2013). The cast for the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning show will consist entirely of resident company members as they tell the story of the disappearance of a wealthy patriarch and the ensuing drama as the family tries to pull itself together. Yasmina Reza's

God of Carnage

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(March 13-April 7, 2013), another Tony Award winner, follows, depicting two couples who meet to discuss an altercation between their sons. Next up is

'

Topdog/Underdog

, which won the 2002 Pulitzer for Best Drama for its telling of two African-American brothers named Lincoln and Booth whose lives are shaped by their names and their difficult pasts. Everyman closes the season with George Farquhar's

The Beaux's Stratagem

(June 5-June 30, 2013; adapted by Thornton Wilder and Ken Ludwig), a comedic love story about two young schemers who try to woo two beautiful ladies. Everyman is currently located at 1727 N. Charles St.; its new location is at 315 W. Fayette St. Current subscribers can renew now for next year, and new subscriptions will be available starting May 16.

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