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2021 - 2022 Season

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October 1, 2021 — October 24, 2021
Directed Lindsey R. Barr

Margaret Edson’s powerfully imagined Pulitzer Prize–winning play examines what makes life worth living through her exploration of one of existence’s unifying experiences—mortality—while she also probes the vital importance of human relationships.

"A dazzling and humane new play that you will remember till your dying day."

-NY Magazine

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, the Drama Desk Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, the Lucille Lortel Award, and the Oppenheimer Award

November 19, 2021 — December 12, 2021

The mythical world is out of balance... and it is up to fourteen-year-old Maricela and her brother Riccardo to fix it in this magical play by Academy Award-nominated playwright and screenwriter José Rivera.

December 18, 2021

FPCT's annual community Holiday Cabaret! Enjoy an evening of stories, songs, and poems that emerged when we asked artists what the holidays meant to them.

January 14, 2022 — January 21, 2022

A reading of selected one-acts and poems by DC native May Miller. May Miller was the most widely published female playwright of the Harlem Renaissance and a prolific poet, in addition to being a (somewhat) local treasure.

January 28, 2022

FPCT's annual Monologue Slam brings the area's best acting talent together for a one-night-only event to throw down and win city-wide bragging rights.

February 4, 2022 — February 20, 2022
Directed by Lee Conderacci

A dark pall hangs over the Manningham flat on Angel Street - even with the gaslights on. A Broadway hit first produced on the West End under the title GaslightAngel Street's gripping suspense is still relevant today. A neo-Victorian Gothic suspense thriller set in 1880s London that explores the abusive tactic of gaslighting, the name of which is derived from this play.

"It really can keep you anchored to your seat bolt upright – a work that is everything one could hope for." 

-New York Herald Tribune

March 11, 2022 — March 13, 2022

A three-day celebration of improv with free classes for all ages and side-splitting performances each night!

March 25, 2022 — April 10, 2022
Directed by Steve Goldklang

Who's that knocking at the door?!? In the final scene of Henrik Ibsen's 1879 controversial masterwork, A Doll's House, Nora Helmer famously slammed the door on her marriage and family life, leaving her husband and children behind.  Well...15 years later she's back, in Lucas Hnath's shockingly funny and smart comedy hit that asks how much--even today--has life changed for Nora and women like her in a world that often still has firm ideas about where they belong. 

"Hnath's inspired writing, which endows each character with an arsenal of fastballs, curveballs and spitballs keeps us disarmingly off-balance."

-Deadline.com

April 29, 2022 — May 22, 2022

Fells Point Corner Theatre is delighted to bring you another fantastic line-up of hilarious and compelling 10-minute plays by local area playwrights in our annual 10x10x10 Play Festival! In just two short hours, audiences will see ten brand-new works presented by an ensemble of 10 of the area’s finest acting talents. At the end of each performance, audiences vote on their favorites as the playwrights compete for cash prizes!

June 3, 2022 — June 19, 2022
Written & Directed by Elizabeth Ung

Local performer, director, and deviser (and winner of FPCT's third annual Monologue Slam) Elizabeth Ung shares more of her incredible original work with a piece on healing from generational trauma and reclaiming lost identities.

July 15, 2022 — July 31, 2022
By Jonathan Jensen & Rich Espey
Directed and Choreographed by Timoth David Copney

A musical about the man who wanted Baltimore to dream big, get it done, and "Do it Now!": former Mayor William Donald Schaefer who believed hard enough for the whole city.