The tour is in support of the Evered House, which is an artist residency for those who serve; military veterans, first responders and the like. The house began its mission in the Joshua Tree area of Southern California in 2017, and after four years, relocated to a beautiful waterfront lot in Port Haywood VA, where we are now in the process of building a new residence. With the pandemic receding, we are re-launching the tour! In the states in which he is able to appear in person, Charles Evered will introduce the actors, sign copies of his plays and answer questions about the residency program. Please keep an eye on our schedule—and we hope to see you on the road!




THE  FINAL STOP of the “Adopt a Sailor — 50 State Tour” is slated to occur
at the Evered House lot on Wyatt’s Point, Port Haywood, VA on April 21, 2025,
exactly 7 YEARS since our first stop!

COMPLETED STATES on the tour, Dates, and Cast members BELOW:

CA —  April 21, 2018. With Kirk Geiger, Jarrod Radnich and Wendy Rolfe Evered, Dir by Howard Shangraw.

NJ—  July 2, 2018. With Roy Steinberg, Marlena Lustik and Sean White, Dir by Roy Steinberg.

AZ —  August 19, 2018 with Garrett Anderson, Lauren Noelle Anderson and David Miller, Dir by Rachel Keimach.

NY —  Sept 17, 2018 with Damian Young, Welker White and Tyler Hatch, Dir. by Taylor Hatch.
NV —  October 20, 2018 with Loren Masters, Jean Heathen and Matthew Fenicchia, Dir. by Loren Marsters.
NM — March 27, 2019 with Diane Gunn Miles, Bill Miles and Nick Meyers, Dir. by Diane Gunn Miles.
SC — April 3, 2019 with Steve Evered, Sue Meyers and Brian Frascino, Dir. by Steve Evered.
WY —June 25, 2019 with Kat Cordes, Justin Glover and Jason Pasqua, Dir. by William Downs.
MA — August 5, 2019 with Bella Merlin, Miles Anderson and Gregory Boover, Dir. by Charles Evered.
WA — September 28, 2019 with Pete Benson, Jennifer Hodges and Garrett Guse, Dir. by Karen Hauser.
NC — October 19, 2022 with Jared Goodson, Kirra Jones and Alexander Staples, Dir. by  Sandra Krueger.
PA —    November 10, 2022 with Charles Rucker, Ann Rucker and Charles Evered, Dir. by Emily Rucker.

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