Fells Point Corner Theatre
Every donation is 100% tax deductible and all proceeds go directly to supporting the theater.
Please join us as we continue to endeavor to present exhilarating and challenging productions in which the power of language, style and structure propel both artists and audiences to a greater awareness of the complexity of life and the human values of our common past, present and the possibilities of the future.
We realize that many worthwhile organizations are asking for your donations at this time and we gladly accept donations of all sizes, every penny counts!
Why Donate to FPCT?
2015 will be a landmark year at Fells Point Corner Theater. Here is just a brief list of initiatives that we have planned for the upcoming year...
- Renovations to our 2nd Floor Lobby
- Green Energy Improvements for the HVAC System in the Building
- Construction of additional rehearsal space on the 3rd floor
- New Anne Street Players - Inspired Theater Production (https://www.facebook.com/AnnStreetPlayers/info?tab=page_info)
- Summer Theater Educational Program for Local Youth
In addition, we are currently involved in a joint collaboration with Waxing Moon Masks (http://www.waxingmoonmasks.com/
) and B4 Youth Theater (https://b4youththeatre.wordpress.com/tag/b4-youth-theatre/
) to present the culmination of a two-year long project spanning two continents. “MASKS FOR GOOD” engages children in Liberia in a playwriting process using theatrical masks to vocalize their feelings and experiences as Liberians living in the midst of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. B4 Youth Theatre will produce four original plays with local Liberian children using innovative mask performance training provided by Waxing Moon Masks of Baltimore. In September, children from the Fells Point area will read and discuss the plays and perform a staged reading FPCT in solidarity with the Liberian youth. The project’s goal is to promote awareness and unmask the stigma that has formed in the public sphere against West Africans over the last year. Performances, a free workshop in this form of mask performance, and a presentation/lecture about the project will all be hosted by FPCT in Fall of 2015.