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NOW SHOWING ON OUR MAIN STAGE:

November 18th - December 18th, 2016

THE DIVINE SISTER

BY CHARLES BUSCH

DIRECTED BY STEVE GOLDKLANG

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The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance

Welcome to

Fells Point Corner Theatre

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2016 - 2017 Season

  • The Elephant Man
  • The Whipping Man
  • The Divine Sister
  • Blackbird
  • Trust
  • 10x10x10 2017
  • {title of show}
  • Alice in Wonderland

 

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Parking is now AVAILABLE!

$5 parking pass (Lot @ Corner of Ann and Pratt Street). Just add it when you purchase your tickets online or purchase directly at the theatre box office.


You don’t have to be Catholic to know when you’ve seen a miracle, and The Divine Sister is one.  Steven Shriner turns in a campy, wonderful, dragalicious Mother Superior, and he and the supporting cast are howlingly hilarious.  Tech could have been tighter, but all in all, the show has its shit together.  It’ll make you laugh.  And who doesn’t need a laugh right now? Read the full review here: https://thebadoracle.com/2016/11/28/the-divine-sister-good-habits/
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"You might feel just a wee bit guilty laughing at some of the things in "The Divine Sister," the ever-so-irreverent Charles Busch comedy now getting an enjoyable spin at Fells Point Corner Theatre. But you're more likely to find the author's satiric wit habit-forming!" Read the full review here: http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/arts/artsmash/bs-ae-arts-story-1125-20161125-story.html
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Bitingly funny and refreshingly off-the-wall, Fells Point Corner Theatre’s The Divine Sister is a heavenly, devilish, and delightful laugh-out-loud session. Read the full review here: http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2016/11/21/review-divine-sister-fells-point-corner-theatre1/
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The first review of the Whipping Man is in!  FPCT continues to garner acclaim for its 2016-2017 Rescue Me Season! Don't miss out! "The Whipping Man is a smart, poignant, and surprisingly funny play. It focuses on weighty issues like religion, slavery, family and accountability, but does so with care for the audience. It is neither a sermon against nor a celebration of the real-world situations it presents. It’s about human beings in dramatic and uncertain post-Civil War America. It is well-written,…
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