Everyman Theatre

HistoricPerforming Arts

Location: Baltimore, MD

Completed Date: December 2012

Project Type: Historic Renovation

Application: Full Coverage

Architect: Cho Ben Holback + Associates

Consultant: Theatre Project Consultants, Inc.

Construction Manager: Lewis Contractors

The Everyman Theatre moved from a converted bowling alley, which served as their home for many years, to their newly renovated, state-of-the-art theatre building at the beginning for 2013.  A complete restoration and renovation of the Baltimore’s long-abandoned Town Theatre allows the company to expand their capabilities and improve quality of performances offered to the public. The new facility features a scene shop, costume and props facilities, educational spaces and a 235-seat theatre with more room to grow in the future. A SkyDeck™ tension wire grid system was installed wall to wall on three sides.

The Everyman Theatre project received two 2013 Baltimore AIA Excellence in Design Awards; Michael F. Trostel FAIA Award for Excellence in a Historic Preservation Project, Honorable Mention in the category of Architectural Design.

It is also the recipient of the 2013 Baltimore Heritage Award for following the Baltimore City Green Building Standards.

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