Baltimore’s Everyman Theater has found a new home in a former 1911 vaudeville house that was reimagined by our team into a state-of-the-art ensemble performance venue. With welcoming entries on both Fayette and Eutaw Streets, the theater is leading the comeback of Baltimore’s Westside arts and entertainment district. A 250-seat “theater within a theater” fills the shell, creating a tight envelope for improved acoustics. A black box theater provides space for experimental productions while meeting and classroom spaces support community programs. We further enlivened the patron experience with dramatic new lobbies that playfully interact with the façade framework and are highlighted with feature walls conceived in collaboration with the troupe’s stage designer. Cost-effective, recycled materials and energy-conserving building systems throughout the building demonstrate our commitment to create sustainable communities.