March 5 - 21, 2021
Friday - Saturday at 8:00 PM EST
Sunday at 3:00 PM EST
This show will premiere, then it will be available to watch anytime on our YouTube channel until Mar 21st.
Tickets are by pay-what-you-will donation and begin at $0. With your help, we can reach our goal of $200,000. Open Stage is truly PRICELESS, so thank you for helping us keep theatre accessible to everyone!
"Here begins a treatise how the high Father of Heaven sends Death to summon every creature to come and give account of their lives in this world, and is in the manner of a moral play."
What could be a hotter take on 2021 than a 15th-century morality play?
Humans are still mortal, and we'll all have to look back on how we've spent our precious time - measuring our good deeds against our... ahem, other interests.
Ready or not, kings, queens and everybody in between all have to face the music. The moral of this play is as simple as it is true - "Get your act together, cuz, it's later than you think."
Everyman is the story of Death, salvation and what we leave behind.
Most parents would find this show suitable for all ages. Although this rating does not signify this show is designed specifically for children, most parents may let younger children watch this show.
We want to show our appreciation to our top members of The Inner Circle:
Miles Babin, Sharia Benn, Michael Chapaloney, Caitlin Copus, Craig Sager & Jay Little, Harold and Maureen Dunbar, Mary Lou and Ray Harris, Howard Pollman and David Forney, Jonathan Freeman, Matthew Golden, Nick Hughes, Elizabeth Johnson, Kraig and Renae Kiehl, Beryl Kuhr, Gloria and Wayne Landon, Bill and Beverlee Lehr, Emily Matlin, Karen Ruch, Brad and Colleen Sanders, Kristin Scofield, Christopher Baldrige and David Skerpon, Ellen Stockstill, John and Abby Tierney
Join the Producer Circle or higher level to get your name listed here.