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The 2012-2013 season will be split between venues. There will be two shows at the company's current location on Charles Street and four, including "August: Osage County" and "God of Carnage," at a newly renovated theater on Fayette Street, which promises greatly expanded staging capability and increased seating capacity.
"We have had a 5 percent increase in subscribers every year since 2009," said managing director Ian Tresselt. "We maxed out at 4,500 last year. Renewals for next season have been going very well. We had to hire more box-office staff to handle it."
Prices for the six-show lineup range from $135 to $225.
Mini-subscription options, including one for the new theater only, will be unveiled during the season. Subscribers get free ticket replacements and exchanges and discounts on Everyman acting classes. Coupons that can be used in the area are in the mix, too; past offers have free dessert with a minimum purchase at Cafe Hon and two-for-one admission to the B&O Railroad Museum.
"There's also the benefit of receiving special offers from us during the season, invitations to intimate events with the company," Tresselt said.
New subscriptions go on sale May 16. Call 410-752-2208 or go to Everyman's website.