FPCT 2019 - 2020 Productions

In The Blood

by Suzan-Lori Parks

Directed by Mari Andrea Travis


October 11th, 2019 - November 3rd, 2019

Pay What You Can/Preview on Thursday, October 10th (Cash Only at the door)

An unflinching and incendiary look at motherhood, race and poverty, In The Blood serves as a bold and challenging work by one of America’s greatest modern playwrights: Suzi Lori Parks. In this modern day riff on The Scarlet Letter, Hester, a young, homeless mother of five, must find a way to provide and protect for her children while living on the streets. While Hester’s children fill her life with joy — providing loving comedy in a harsh world of poverty — everyone else in her life takes everything they can. A parable of injustice and cruelty, this play stares into a story that the world all too often looks away from.

"…extraordinary new play…taut and packed…Ms. Parks' writing has grown leaner and hungrier…IN THE BLOOD is about the way we live now, and it is truly harrowing…You will leave…feeling pity and terror. And because it is a work of art, you will leave thrilled, even comforted by its mastery…"
- The New York Times


She Stoops to Conquer

by Oliver Goldsmith

Directed by Barbara Madison Hauck and Lance Bankerd


November 22nd, 2019 - December 15th, 2019

Pay What You Can/Preview on Thursday, November 21st (Cash Only at the door)

The action of She Stoops to Conquer (1773) is largely confined to a night and a day in Squire Hardcastle's somewhat dilapidated country house. Young Marlow, on his way to meet the bride his father has chosen for him, arrives at the house and mistakes it for an inn. The prospect of meeting the genteel Miss Hardcastle terrifies the diffident youngster; but the serving-girl Kate — in fact, Miss Hardcastle, who chooses not to clarify the misunderstanding — immediately catches his fancy. After a series of trifling confusions and inevitable eavesdropping, all is resolved. A comedy that has been an audience favorite for over 230 years.


Love and Information

by Caryl Churchill

Directed by Deirdre McAllister


January 10th, 2020 - February 2nd, 2020

Pay What You Can/Preview on Thursday, January 9th (Cash Only at the door)

A collage of thought and feeling in modern times Fells Point Corner Theatre brings one of Caryl Chuchill’s most ambitious works to its stage: Love and Information. Someone sneezes. Someone can’t get a signal. Someone won’t answer the door. Someone put an elephant on the stairs. Someone’s not ready to talk. Someone is her brother’s mother. Someone hates irrational numbers. Someone told the police. Someone got a message from the traffic light. Someone’s never felt like this before.

In this fast moving kaleidoscope, more than a hundred characters try to make sense of what they know.

"[A] thought-churning, deeply poignant new play... Leave it to Ms. Churchill to come up with a work that so ingeniously and exhaustively mirrors our age of the splintered attention span... This British playwright has proved herself without peer in creating expressly topical works in which form and function are one.... Sharp-minded [and] tender-hearted."
- Ben Brantley, The New York Times


The Mineola Twins

by Paula Vogel

Directed by Lindsey Barr


February 21st, 2020 - March 15th, 2020

Pay What You Can/Preview on Thursday, February 20th (Cash Only at the door)

A comedy in six scenes, four dreams and seven wigs. There are two ways to produce this play: 1) with good wigs; or 2) with bad wigs. The second way is preferred. Myrna and Myra, almost identical twins, battle each other through the Eisenhower, Nixon and Reagan/Bush years over Virginity, Vietnam and Family Values. Vogel’s farce explores the divide in American politics and families through generations and hair pieces.

"THE MINEOLA TWINS…bursts forth in its glory…a funny, perceptive, biting take on The American Woman. Vogel was never more political and never more on target."

"…very clever — and ultimately more than clever…ingenious…”
- Backstage


Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

by Edward Albee

Directed by Courtney Proctor


April 3rd, 2020 - April 26th, 2020

Pay What You Can/Preview on Thursday, April 2nd (Cash Only at the door)

Fells Point Corner Theatre brings one of the pillars of modern theatre back to Baltimore with Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee. A vibrant and bold masterpiece serving as inspiration for generations of theatre artists. A drunken evening between two couples unwinds into a night of emotional tragedy, witty banter and seductions as even the strongest among us prove to be just as messy and flawed as the rest. An unflinching look into the fractured reality of two souls who cannot help but love each other and the secrets they keep.

"…a scorching, scalding, revealing and completely engrossing drama."
- Women's Wear Daily


10x10x10 2020

by Local Playwrights

Directed by TBD


May 15th, 2020 - June 7th, 2020

Pay What You Can/Preview on Thursday, May 14th (Cash Only at the door)

Back for its EIGHTH installment, Fells Point Corner Theatre is delighted to bring you another fantastic line-up of hilarious and compelling 10-minute plays by local area playwrights in our annual 10x10x10 Play Festival! In just two short hours, audiences will see ten brand-new works presented by an ensemble of 10 of the area’s finest acting talents. At the end of each performance, audiences vote on their favorites as the playwrights compete for cash prizes!

"With wildly divergent stories, talented directors and amazing talent, 10x10x10 is the number one annual highlight for new plays in this area."
- DC Metro Theater Arts


Ticket Info


  • General Admission - $20

*$5 Parking no longer available


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