The Vagabond Players

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The Vagabond Players
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The organization has operated continuously for over 100 years making Vagabond Players the oldest continuously operating community theater in the United States. Founded in the early 1900’s as a part of the vanguard of America’s “Little Theater” movement, the organization has called its current location, the Vagabond Theatre, home for over 40 years. We have been an important part of the rich history of Fells Point and Baltimore City’s cultural landscape.
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Dawn
Baltimore, MD81 contributions
Solid theater!
Jan 2020 • Friends
Enjoyed a spirited production of “Brighton Beach Memoirs” at this cozy, intimate theater. Excellent affordable community theater with the bonus of being able to enjoy Fells Point before or after the show!
Written January 13, 2020
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Julie G
Baltimore, MD5 contributions
Wonderful community theater!
Nov 2019
We love seeing plays in the intimate setting at The Vagabond Players. Talented performers... and you can't beat the price for live theater.
Written December 2, 2019
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WineTastersTwo
Frederick, MD140 contributions
Wonderful Show!
Apr 2017
I loved the Odd Couple. It's an oldie but a goody, and the actors were good enough that I laughed throughout the play, even though I've seen it before. Great job, everyone!!!
Written May 6, 2017
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Sharon D
Baltimore, MD62 contributions
Born Yesterday
Jun 2015 • Friends
What a fun afternoon we had at the Vagabond Players' latest production. This timeless comedy was well directed and acted by the talented players. The venue's acoustics are excellant. The theater is located in Fells Point in the middle of restaurant heaven. So a great time was had by all! BTW in 2015/2016 The Vagabond Players will celebrate their 100th Season. Congrats to the "longest continuousy operating community theater in the US."
Written June 30, 2015
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catonsviller
Catonsville, MD75 contributions
Inexpensive fun at the theater
May 2015 • Couples
Baltimore has a lot of community theaters, and the Vagabond is one of the best. We recently saw "Side by Side by Sondheim" there, a review with nearly thirty songs with music or lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. It was an excellent performance that the whole audience enjoyed immensely. The theater is small but comfortable, and it offers a wide range of offerings over the course of a year. It is in the Fells Point neighborhood, so there are a lot of bars and restaurants nearby for before or after the theater. On-street parking is difficult, but the nearby Caroline Street garage charges only $4 on weekends.
Written May 18, 2015
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yanks105
Unity, ME314 contributions
A great way to spend an evening with talented actors
Mar 2015 • Couples
Every minute was a treat. Saw "into the rabbit hole ". Sat nite in Fell's Point. A great way to spend an evening with a fine troupe of actors. The theater is cozy and the sets very well done. Lastly , reasonably priced . We couldn't print our tix as we bought them via mobile device so I called ahead with concern. The young lady at the box office was so accommodating assuring me there would be no problem at all. She was right , and indeed welcomed us gladly simply by showing her my text confirmation on my phone. Technology and theater do mix !
Written March 20, 2015
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casallese
Baltimore, MD748 contributions
Big performance in a small venue
Apr 2014 • Couples
The Vagabond Players boast that they are "America's oldest continuously operating little theater" and all that I can say is that there is no surprise why....they obviously love what they do! We had the pleasure of attending a performance of "The Foreigner" recently and thoroughly enjoyed it. The theater itself is small, less than 100 seats, and that adds to the experience. The cast seems like it is acting just for you. The play itself was great fun....very, very funny even though it is a little dated. All the actors performed their roles flawlessly and it was easy to see that they all loved acting and were there to please. It's ridiculously inexpensive to attend a play at The Vagabond Players...we bought senior tickets for $16 each...and the theater is located in the heart of Fells Point. There are great restaurants and taverns nearby and it's only blocks from the Inner Harbor. This is not a place that you will probably find on the "must do for tourists" list but it is a night you will enjoy. I know we did!
Written April 28, 2014
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Uncle_Gomer
Pilot Mountain, NC61 contributions
Fells Point Gem
Feb 2014 • Friends
Little theater is alive and well at Vagabond! The location -- at the corner of Shakespeare and Broadway -- is appropriate. Intimate space is perfect for the productions presented. Quality shows well-presented with a mix of classic and newer works.
Written February 15, 2014
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anna w
London, UK82 contributions
The Vagabond Players presents "Harvey" by Mary Chase
Feb 2014 • Couples
My husband and I together with friends went to this small,but delightful, theatre in the historic Fells Point area of downtown Baltimore to see the last night of "Harvey" a Pulitzer Prize Winning Play, which lived up to expectations. The theme of pride, vanity, human relationships and finally humilty were played out elegantly in a 3 act play set in 1944. The sense of the time and age were well executed and the acting superb. The little theatre is a gem, we all had a memorable evening.
Written February 10, 2014
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