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BALTIMORE (WJZ)—That’s a wrap! A longtime Baltimore theater says a final goodbye.
On Saturday, board members, volunteers and actors got together for the final time at the old Everyman Theatre location.
For 18 years, the popular theater called Charles Street home.
But it’s moving to Fayette Street.
The lights at the new location were turned on earlier this week. It will officially open its doors in January.