about

The Evered House is an artist residency program founded by writer/director Charles Evered. Charles served as a Lieutenant in the US Navy Reserve. The Evered House was established in honor of his father, Charles J. Evered, (1918-1979), who was a veteran of World War II, Army Air Corps. John O’Hara Evered, (Charles J. Evered’s grandson), served as a US Naval Sea Cadet, and Margaret Evered, (Charles J. Evered’s granddaughter), has served as a Junior Member of the Princeton, New Jersey Fire Department, rounding out three generations of service. 

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Charles J. Evered
(1918-1979)

Residents stay at no costs to themselves. We offer small honorariums to help cover travel and food expenses during their stay. 

We have already brought together an impressive group of successful artists and supporters that we call THE MENTOR BOARD--- that have agreed to work with the residents in their chosen field---should they request such guidance. If they want to be left alone for a month, that's fine too. The MENTOR BOARD has among its ranks, Emmy, Tony and other major award winning working artists and arts related professionals that are willing to mentor and give of their time completely free of charge.