Tag: Fells Point Corner Theatre

Fells Point Corner Theatre delivers an ambitious, energetic take on ‘Jerusalem’

Ian Blackwell Rogers as “Rooster.” Credit: Shealyn Jae Photography.

“Jerusalem” is a behemoth of a play, clocking in at more than three hours long, with a 14-person cast, and symbolically tackling the entire history and society of Britain through a script chock full of inferred mythological, literary and historical references that would delight any former English lit major.

Review: ‘The Quickening’ bridges the world of the living and the dead, and raises heart rates

Amanda Spellman, left, as Beth and David Shoemaker as Matt in “The Quickening.” Photo by Shealyn Jae Photography.

Pregnant women may be unsettled by “The Quickening,” the slow-burn ghost story on at Fells Point Corner Theatre through July 1. If they haven’t already watched, they’re probably avoiding the movie “Rosemary’s Baby,” which seems to have provided at least a little inspiration for the new play by Baltimore playwright Mark Scharf.