2015-2016 Season & Subscriptions!


Tying the Knot
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Fells Point Corner Theatre



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.

2015-16 Season

  • Detroit
  • Betrayal
  • Cock (or The CockFight Play)
  • The 39 Steps
  • Venus in Fur
  • Time Stands Still
  • 10x10 (x10!)


Friday, August 14th - SOLD OUT This evening's performance of Tying the Knot, by James Beller, is Sold Out.  Unfortunately, there are will be no tickets available at the door.  We will start a waiting list as soon as the box office opens at 7:00pm if you wish to join it.  Tickets are still available for Tomorrow and Sunday's performances.  Next Sunday, August 23rd, is Sold Out as well.  Thank you to all our patrons and congratulations to everyone on opening Tying the Knot with a full house!!
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Fells Point Corner Theater is looking for an Assistant Stage Manager and Run Crew for their production of DETROIT by Lisa D'Amour. The show runs from September 4th to October 4th. ASM needed starting Monday, July 20th or soon thereafter. Run Crew needed 8/17 or shortly thereafter. Shows run Thursday-Saturday at 8pm, Sunday's at 2pm. Please contact Mike Zemarel at mbzemarel(at)gmail.com for more information. We look forward to working with you.
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Tonight, Thursday May 21 and next Thursday May 28th, will be Pay What You Can performances for Last of the Boys!  Patrons need not buy tickets online (there will be a 15$ charge) as they will be available at the door with a place to make your Pay What You Can donation.
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http://www.mdtheatreguide.com/2015/05/top-5-shows-of-the-week-92/ Fells Point Corner Theatre congratulates the cast and crew of Last of the Boys for making the number two spot in Maryland Theatre Guide's top five shows of the week!  Great job!!   "Director Barry Feinstein has once again managed to make a deeply distressing and controversial subject palpable to the audience. There are moments in the play that are almost eerie, uncanny, and it reaches across the stage into the seats, as if to demonstrate …
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