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Other Desert Cities

By Jon Robin Baitz     Directed By Michael Byrne Zemarel

January 16 - February 8, 2015

Don't miss this Baltimore Premiere!

"Other Desert Cities is the show to see... If you don’t see it, you’re depriving yourself, so do it.  Now."

- The Bad Oracle, 01/17/15

 "Fells Point Corner Theatre has jumped into this sizzling play with such finesse and nuance that it’s easy to forget the company's non-professional status."

 - The Baltimore Sun, 01/20/15

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Fells Point Corner Theatre

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Parking is now AVAILABLE!

$5 parking pass (Lot @ Corner of Ann and Pratt Street). Just add it when you purchase your tickets online or purchase directly at the theatre box office.

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

Tonight's show, Thursday 1/22/15 is a Pay What You Can Performance.  Donations will be collected at the door but tickets need not be purchased online.    DC Metro Theater Says: "If you want to leave a show feeling your face to see if you’ve been burned by the heat of the actors’ intensity – go see Other Desert Cities."   When daughter Brooke arrives at her parents’ Palm Springs mansion on Christmas Eve with the manuscript of her tell-all family memoir, she unearths a devastating family secret --- thro…
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Don't Miss Hamlyn

Dec 11, 2014

Opening Feb 13th, running through March 8th, Fells Point Corner Theatre presents "Hamlyn" by Juan Mayorga, one of Spain's best playwrights. "To listen to a child is the most difficult thing in the world." Constructed around the Robert Browning poem "The Pied Piper", Hamlyn is a penetrating play that depicts the vulnerability of children that are born into poverty. Don't miss this Baltimore premiere, directed by Barry Feinstein. "Juan Mayogra's Hamlyn is a play about language and power; the slippery ambi…
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