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Review: ‘The Odd Couple’ at Vagabond Players

Awakening spring with rollicking laughter, the Vagabond Players revive Neil Simon’s Tony Award-winning, classic comedic The Odd Couple, recreating the brilliant magic and pandemonium of the beloved 1960s iconic masterpiece. Seamlessly adapted by 30-year veteran director Steven Goldklang, the play’s premise centers around two mismatched, middle-aged best friends, obsessively neat Felix (Eric C. Stein) and […]

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‘Tying the Knot’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Michael Paulsen has news for his nearest and dearest; he’s getting married! Word of the impending nuptials is not being taken well, however. You see, Michael is only three months out from ending a serious relationship with David – sweet, talented, exceedingly handsome David.  –  and his new fiancé – a woman! – is someone […]

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‘Last of the Boys’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

As Memorial Day weekend approaches, we prepare for barbecues and trips to the beach, but some of us forget about the true reason for the three-day weekend: acknowledging the accomplishments of those who have served our country. In his bio for the Last of the Boys program, Director Barry Feinstein commends Fells Point Corner Theatre for […]

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‘Public Affairs’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Fells Point Corner Theatre presents a wonderful production of A.R. Gurney’s Public Affairs, which encompasses two of his one act plays – The Love Course and The Open Meeting. In “The Love Course”- imagine taking a college course on love. Even better, one taught by the duo of a man and woman who aren’t in a […]

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‘4 By Chekhov’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

People all too often associate Chekhov with dreary, serious, and emotionally draining. But there is a much lighter and comic side— even if the comedy is in a dark vein— to the great Russian playwright’s work. Continuing through their season that is populated with collections, short works, and vignette style works, the Fells Point Corner […]

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