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Blackbird at Fells Point Corner Theatre is a poignant, raw, powerful, and unapologetic look at not only sexual abuse, but it’s long term effects. Without making judgment or defending, this piece takes a serious look into both sides of abuse and tells a story only victim and predator can tell. It’ll make you angry, it’ll make you uncomfortable, it’l…

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Blackbird at Fells Point Corner Theater is absolutely, 100%, the most nuanced, difficult, powerful thing playing on any stage in Baltimore right now (and maybe, if we’re getting honest, for a long time).  It’s the kind of production where you feel like you’re ripping them off paying only $20.  It makes me want to crawl away by myself and turn it al…

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"Fells Point Corner Theatre’s production of Blackbird is as good if not better than anything I’ve seen on Baltimore’s larger stages, but be warned, Blackbird is not an easy play to digest." Please read the full review at DC Metro Theatre Arts

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Hello everyone, So the current plan is to have auditions as scheduled from 1-5 today. We realize not everyone is going to feel safe with the inclement weather, so if you do not with to drive today and are unable to make tomorrow's audition you will not be penalized in anyway. Email me directly at justinisett(at)gmail.com and I and our other producer,…

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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…

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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/arts…

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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 a…

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"Grayson Owen is outstanding as the title character adding to the strong, multi-faceted and diverse cast through a journey of victimization, courage, bravery and humor; capturing each emotion perfectly."   Another glowing review in, what is becoming, one of the great Critical successes of FPCT and Collaborative theater! Read the full review here…

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"Theatre is supposed to do something to us, emotionally. Whether we’re supposed to think, feel sad, feel hopeful, or simply be entertained, it’s supposed to do something. The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance, currently playing at Fells Point Corner Theatre and co-produced withCollabortive Theatre Company does all of it. With Direction by Anthony L…

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