Category:

CALLING ALL ACTORS... FOR THE GREATEST ACTING BATTLE OF ALL TIME! Sign up by January 20th! Announcing Fells Point Corner Theatre’s first Annual Monologue Slam!Come help us display and celebrate Baltimore’s local acting talent and compete for a cash prize!If you have ever thought... “man this audition…

View Post
Tags :


Category:

Fells Point Corner Theatre (FPCT) and The Collaborative Theatre Co. (TCT) would like to clarify the circumstances surrounding the cancellation of A Christmas Carol, with regard to revelations about a cast member's criminal history.   On Thursday, December 7th, 2017, both companies released a statement that informed the press and the public of the…

View Post
Tags :


Category:

Dear Members and Patrons of the Baltimore Theatre Community:   Fells Point Corner Theatre and The Collaborative Theatre must announce at this time that A Christmas Carol, scheduled to open this Friday, December 8th, and run until Sunday, December 31st, has been cancelled.   A complex and troubling set of circumstances has unfolded and the accum…

View Post
Tags :


Category:

"It’s directed with a gorgeous, thoughtful hand and performed with style and verve.  And it’s gonna scare your [expletive] pants off, which is The Best Thing." Read the full review at The Bad Oracle  

View Post
Tags :


Category:

"Even if you don’t get caught up in the spell of this twisty ghost story, the theatricality of it all is fun. There’s something rather refreshing about a work that seeks to get your imagination percolating mostly with just a colorful text, complemented by the occasional sound effect or visual enhancement." Read the full review at The Baltimore Sun…

View Post
Tags :


Category:

The actors are an integral part of what brings this ghost story to life and, again, I don’t want to even write too much to you about exactly how this incredible cast achieves what they’re able to achieve because I’m worried that will give away the magic. And this is an incredibly magical production that startles, unnerves, terrifies, and unsettles.…

View Post
Tags :


Category:

Amusing, zany and light-hearted, Fells Point Corner Theatre’s production of I Hate Hamlet charmingly caps the end of summer and spiritedly inaugurates the advent of its third decade with an evening of love, laughs, and self-discovery. Read the full review at DC Metro Theater Arts  

View Post
Tags :


Category:

The question that “I Hate Hamlet” presents is accepting the challenge as well as addressing your own fears.   With enough Shakespeare to keep the purists happy and enough modern day to keep the “newbies” happy, this balance opens the door for a variety of audience to enjoy this wonderful story. Read the full review at MD Theatre Guide  

View Post
Tags :


Category:

We are BACK! First read through of I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick, Opening September 8th! An up-and-coming young television star is offered every actor’s dream role: playing Hamlet onstage. There's just one complication... he HATES Hamlet. With the return of John Barrymore’s ghost, intoxicated and in full costume to reclaim his infamous role, the t…

View Post
Tags :


Category:

Thank you everyone who came to our thirty year anniversary gala.  Also a very special thank you for everyone who worked so hard behind the scenes to make everything happen. It was especially magical to see Bev Sokal, one of our founders, back on our stage. Also special thanks to the Ann Street players back on our stage.

View Post
Tags :

Get this feed