Education at Fells Point Corner Theatre
Education has been a cornerstone of Fells Point Corner Theatre’s mission since our inception. Whether it’s adult acting and writing classes offered by prominent Baltimore theater practitioners or Creative Drama classes for the children of our Upper Fells Point neighborhood, FPCT is committed to teaching and learning and providing individuals and groups with opportunities for thoughtful expression. This is our educational mission; Baltimore is our classroom and its people are our students. We hope you will join us!
We also appreciate any feedback regarding the classes and/or programs you’d like to see offered. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions or any questions you might have.
A Baltimore native, Larry Malkus has been teaching Improvisational Acting (Short and Long Form) and Sketch Comedy Writing since 1990. He received his B.F.A. from Brooklyn College, C.U.N.Y. in 1989 and has been active in Baltimore's theater community ever since. Larry is also an experienced stage combat (hand-to-hand, fencing) teacher and choreographer.
Michael Furr is best known as a stand up comedian, improv coach, director and producer. His stand up comedy and improv workshops have been featured events at the DC Comedy Festival, Baltimore Comedy Festival, Charm City Comedy Festival and Ellicott Silly Comedy Festival.
Marianne Gazzola Angelella
Marianne began her journey as a theatre educator close to 30 years ago at FPCT under the mentorship of Bev Sokal and Marley Willard. She is the lower and middle school drama teacher at The Baltimore Lab School. Her teaching artist experience includes FPCT, Everyman, Center Stage, Spotlighters, and more. Marianne is also an actor and is a proud member of Actors Equity.
Youth Classes Coming this spring:
FPCT’s Creative Drama class (K-3rd grade and 4th-6th grades) utilizes a ‘process’ rather than ‘product’ approach which is developmentally appropriate and effective for harnessing a group’s creative impulses. The course curriculum includes story telling, ensemble playwriting through improv, imagination journeys, theater games, music, art, and dance. Creative Drama promotes a sense of play while guiding the young actor to explore their tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration, and cooperation. The class culminates in a presentation or mini-performance that provides students with a sense of accomplishment and ownership of their collective work.
Kimberley Lynne is a produced playwright with a resume of over forty productions at both local and professional theatres. A member of the Dramatist Guild and Actors Equity Association, Lynne holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing and Publishing Design from the University of Baltimore. For more information, visit http://kimberleylynne.wordpress.com