Welcome to Fells Point Corner Theatre

Committed to Excellence - Committed to Baltimore Theatre


Where is FPCT?

Fells Point Corner Theatre is located at 251 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD 21231. There is not a designated parking lot for Fells Point Corner Theatre and finding parking in this neighborhood can sometimes take time. There is street parking on Broadway and it is free all day on Sunday.

If you are driving, please leave ample time to arrive at the theatre and find parking before the show begins. We encourage patrons to utilize alternative modes of transportation, like public transportation or ride shares (Uber, Lyft), to get to the theatre if possible. Our shows will begin promptly at the time indicated on your ticket. Doors to the theatre will open 30 minutes prior to curtain. Our lobby will be open and concessions will be available for purchase beginning 1 hour prior to curtain

Who is FPCT?

Fells Point Corner Theatre is a small stage theatre venue in Baltimore City, MD. FPCT’s mission is to bring world-class work to the stage. We produce acclaimed contemporary plays, Baltimore premieres, time-tested favorites, and local playwrights. We seek to engage, entertain and sharpen ourselves, our audiences, and our community. FPCT proudly boasts our new motto “Committed to excellence - committed to Baltimore Theatre.” 

FPCT is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a 100% volunteer staff. We have served the community for 30 years and we are always looking for more volunteers and company members.


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"Bankerd's top-notch, inclusive cast have the acting chops for HAMLET, the comic timing for NOISES OFF, the physicality for pantomime, the confidence for direct address, and the comfort of performing in denim. The opening moments, which both do and do not have the qualities of a dumbshow, allow a gl…
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"Fells Point Corner Theatre’s ambitious production, directed by Lance Bankerd, features excellent young actors (for the most part young) who presented a dynamic and physical display of their comedic talents that at times resembled Waiting for Godot and at other times Laurel and Hardy.” - Francine Sc…
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