September 2nd - October 2nd, 2016



A Co-Production with The Collaborative Theatre Co.

The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance

Welcome to

Fells Point Corner Theatre


2016 - 2017 Season

  • The Elephant Man
  • The Whipping Man
  • The Divine Sister
  • Blackbird
  • Trust
  • 10x10x10 2017
  • {title of show}
  • Alice in Wonderland



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.

"Grayson Owen is outstanding as the title character adding to the strong, multi-faceted and diverse cast through a journey of victimization, courage, bravery and humor; capturing each emotion perfectly."   Another glowing review in, what is becoming, one of the great Critical successes of FPCT and Collaborative theater! Read the full review here:
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"Theatre is supposed to do something to us, emotionally. Whether we’re supposed to think, feel sad, feel hopeful, or simply be entertained, it’s supposed to do something. The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance, currently playing at Fells Point Corner Theatre and co-produced withCollabortive Theatre Company does all of it. With Direction by Anthony Lane Hinkle, Set and Lighting Design by Kel Millionie, Costume Design by Ben Kress, and Sound Design by Chris Aldrich, this poignant, very real story is breathta…
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"BOTTOM LINE:  The Elephant Man is the result of careful study, meticulous research, and, in my opinion, quite a bit of soul searching on the part of everyone involved.  Director Anthony Hinkle and lead Grayson Owen have succeeded in something very rare: they have made a show that is both gut-wrenchingly moving and artistically significant.  Add in the stunning technical elements and you have a production that sets a ridiculously high bar for the small stage in this city.  I will go at least one more time…
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"In The Elephant Man, The Collaborative Theatre Company and Fells Point Corner Theatre have successfully co-produced a classic, true-life tale that depicts both the best and worst of humanity. Presented with nuanced acting, directorial sensitivity, lovely costumes and a set that elegantly combines beauty and functionality, this production of Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man deserves a spot on your September viewing schedule." - Patricia Mitchell, DC Metro Theater Arts Read the entire review here.
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