By Annie Baker    |      Directed by Stephy Miller

Two angry professional slackers and former rockers have their private sanctuary invaded by a lonely high school loser, and so they decide to teach him everything they know.
An engaging and deeply funny Obie Award wining play about friendship, art, love and death.

October 17 - November 9, 2014

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2014-15 Season

MAINSTAGE

  • Public Affairs
  • Seminar
  • Other Desert Cities
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
  • Last of the Boys

 

SOKAL STAGE (2nd Floor)

  • The Aliens
  • Hamlyn
  • The House of Bernarda Alba
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Buy One, Get One

Oct 25, 2014
Category: Promotions

BUY ONE, GET ONE!  

The Aliens, written by Annie Baker

Friday, October 24, 2014 and Sunday October 26, 2014

Use the code "BOGO" when purchasing tickets online.

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Oct 24, 2014
Category: What We Stand For

Straight from New York / Critically Acclaimed!

Fells Point Corner Theatre continues to be dedicated to bringing exciting new plays of critical acclaim to our audience.

Rest assured that we will also be presenting some traditional new classics for your pleasure and creative thought.

Be sure to leave your parking passes on your dashboard and arrive at the theatre early to receive a complimentary glass of wine. All our seats are good seats in our two intimate and beautifully designed theatre spaces.

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By Theresa Rebeck (Baltimore Premiere), Directed by Steve Goldklang

Playing November 14-December 7, 2014

Teaching great writing proves a treacherous business for both tutor and students in this smart, darkly funny comedy about a literary lion and the young writers he eats for breakfast at his private seminars. Although they've paid through the nose for the privilege of being abused, these clever, career-hungry students learn that their infamous teacher's savage critiques and sexual come-ons are redeemed by a lacerating wit and passion for the written word.

"Seminar is consistently clever and entertaining - and a great showcase for extraordinary actors." USA TODAY

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