FPCT 30th Anniversary Gala

Now Showing on our Godfrey Stage:

As Part of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival

June 30th - July 9th, 2017

Man On The Street

By Marilyn Bennett

DIRECTED BY KATHRYN FALCONE

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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.


We regret to inform our patrons that today's (7/2) matinee for Man on The Street by Marilyn Bennett, as part of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival, has been canceled. Performances will resume Friday, July 7th. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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The Fells Point Corner Theater and The Collaborative Theatre Company invite you to audition for the 2017-2018 season of #UnfinishedBusiness.  Auditions will be held at the Fells Point Corner Theater, 251 South Ann Street in Baltimore. To schedule, email a copy of your headshot/resume to piratesdad(at)netzero.net indicating two preferred days/time frames. Please prepare a contemporary monologue of no more than 2 minutes in length to which, once finished, you will be asked to adjust by one of the auditors and…
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Fells Point Corner Theatre is proud to announce it's 2017/2018 season!   The past is an inviting but dangerous place. When we are haunted by the ghosts of our past, we attribute their torment to the deeds they’ve left undone. Benevolent or otherwise, these spirits employ the living to serve in their endeavor for rest... or unrest. For our 30th season, Fells Point Corner Theatre invites audiences to experience the bewildering world of the beyond. On our stage, we will seek the answers, cross the boundarie…
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"[title of show]," which made it to Broadway in 2008 after an Off-Broadway run a couple years earlier, is at once a love letter to musical theater and a multilayered deconstruction of musical theater." Read the full review at Baltimore Sun
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