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She’s Crazy! Back for one night only!

ShesCrazyFalcon is excited to bring Feisty Broad Productions back to our stage for one night only!  After a successful weekend run last January, Falcon is pleased to bring this unique show back for an encore performance.

She’s Crazy
Mental Health and Other Myths

An interactive Cabaret reducing the stigma of Mental Illness with music and humor.
Written and performed by Sherry and Erin McCamley and Cathy Springfield.

July 22, 2016 at 8:00 pm

All tickets $10 and are available at the door only.
The box office opens at 7:00 pm on show nights and the theater doors open at 7:30.

What have people said they enjoyed about this production in the past?

  • It presents a new unique expression of an art form — one which the city should be proud to have backed
  • Everything!  The educational component, humor, laughter, music, singing and creativity.
  • All of it!  Just amazing!

Cincinnati LAB Theatre – New Works Festival

August 4 – 13, 2016

Cincinnati LAB Theatre’s New Works Festival will present two fully staged workshop productions and two original play readings in a rotating festival repertoire over two weekends, August 4 – August 13, 2016.  All performances will be presented at Falcon Theatre, 636 Monmouth St, Newport, KY.

Part of Cincinnati LAB Theatre’s mission is to provide area playwrights with opportunities to develop their work through a traditional workshop process, while utilizing some of the area’s finest professional actors. Cincinnati LAB Theatre’s New Works Festival is comprised of three different series that will present new and innovative works in various stages of development, encourage open and honest discussions, and allow audiences an inside look into the creative process.  

WORKSHOP SERIES:   The New Works Festival Workshop Series will present two brand-new worskhop productions written by local playwrights:

Chase the Dragon by Kirk Sheppard.  Peter wants to make a difference; his chosen career path should allow him to do so.  But sometimes people run from their past, and other times they chase it.  Chase the Dragon is a brand-new play by Kirk Sheppard that explores the lives of at-risk youth and what happens when we don’t have a handle on our own history.  Directed by Jared D. Doren.  Cast:  Carter Bratton, Rupert Spraul, Bob Allen, Tess Talbot and Henry Howland.  Performances August 4, 6, and 12, 2016, at 8pm.

Judas by Elizabeth a. Harris.  A betrayer, an outcast, a pariah, the lowest of the low: This is Judas. Or is it? How would our views of Christianity and the Messiah change if we discovered Judas was actually Jesus’ most trusted disciple?  Judas, a new play by Elizabeth a. Harris, based on the Gospel of Judas, examines the limits of love and self-sacrifice and asks the question: “What would you do if the person you loved most in the world asked you to perform the ultimate betrayal for the good of all humanity?”  Directed by Elizabeth a. Harris.  Cast:  Brian Berendts and Derek Snow.  Performances August 5, 11, and 13, 2016 at 8pm.


DISCOVERY SERIES:  The New Works Festival Discovery Series will complement our Workshop Series productions.  Guest speakers and/or panelists will lead pre-show discussions that focus on social themes and current topics related to the productions.  Pre-performance lectures are scheduled on Thursday, August. 4 (Chase the Dragon) and Thursday, August 11 (Judas) at 7pm.


PLAY READING SERIES:  The New Works Festival Play Reading Series will present readings of new plays currently under development by local playwrights.

3some by Brian Griffin.  Expectations are shattered and lives are changed when three strangers meet one evening and get something none of them bargained for. Saturday, August 5, 2016 at 5:30pm.

Medusa in You by Valetta Anderson.  The murder of the innocents is something no people forget.  And the innocents are every woman’s child, whatever age and swaddled in any color of skin.  Saturday, August 12, 2016 at 5:30pm.


Single Tickets and 2016 New Works Festival All-Access Passes

Single tickets to the 2016 Cincinnati LAB Theatre New Works Festival may be purchased in advance or at the door.

Workshop Series: $15 Adult – General Admisssion per performance

$10 Student – General Admission per performance

Play Reading Series:   $5 – General Admission per performance

Discovery Series:   Pre-performance lectures are free and open to the public.

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All-Access Pass

Save $15 and experience all that Cincinnati LAB Theatre has to offer this season!  2016 All-Access Passes are on sale now for $25.  2016 All-Access passes allow general admission entry for passholders into all 2016 Cincinnati LAB Theatre New Works Festival events.  

To purchase a 2016 ALL ACCESS PassBuy Tickets!


About Cincinnati LAB Theatre

Cincinnati LAB Theatre is an organization for established and emerging playwrights and performers in the Greater Cincinnati area and is dedicated to a collaborative creative process that will present established works of drama and develop new plays through a traditional workshop model. Cincinnati LAB Theatre will provide a solid platform for artists to cultivate, strengthen, and hone their artistic crafts and talents and offer quality theatre for Cincinnati audiences.

Cincinnati LAB Theatre is a division of Falcon Theatre.


Auditions for Dial M For Murder

Announcing open auditions for Dial M For Murder!

July 12 & 13 – 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
No appointments needed.
Prepare a 1-2 minute dramatic monologue (required).

Auditions will be held at Falcon Theatre, 636 Monmouth Street, Newport, KY

Callbacks will be July 18, 7:00 pm-9:00 PM
Actors called back will be contacted directly following open auditions on the 13th.  Sides will be provided for callbacks as needed.

Audition Questions:  Send email to auditions@falcontheater.net

Production Dates:  November 4-19, 2016

Character Descriptions:

Tony: M. late 20s/30s. British. A former tennis player, Tony is currently planning an elaborate plan to have his wife murdered. He is a true gentleman, and is NEVER shaken or perturbed. Very good at thinking on his feet, he is cold and calculating, while giving off the demeanor of warmth and friendliness.

Max: M. late 20s/30s. American. An crime writer for television, he is having an affair with Margot and truly loves her. While he is a gentleman, he can be fiery and speak his mind if the situation requires it. A genuine good guy.

Margot: F. Mid 20s/early 30s. British. An heiress, and the wife of Tony. While she conforms to the societal standards of the 50s, she has been having an affair with Max. Fun loving and trusting, but can be a bit sarcastic and overbearing if the situation calls for it. Fight choreography required.

Hubbard: M. 30s/40s. British. The Chief Inspector, Hubbard is immediately able to tell that not everything is as it seems with the case. He is calm and professional, a true British gentleman. Excited by the idea of solving a case.

Lesgate: M. late 20s/30s. British. A former classmate of Tony’s at Cambridge. He has gone from educated student to petty criminal, mostly focusing in conning older women out of their money. While he believes he is a good criminal, he is easily able to be blackmailed. Nervous & jittery, unsuccessfully attempts to be suave and debonair. Fight choreography required.

Cast Announced for Toxic Avenger!

Falcon will open our 2016-2017 season with the cult Broadway hit musical, Toxic Avenger.  Following close on the heels of Cincinnati Comicon and The Cincinnati Comic Expo, we will bring this bigger than life comic book hero to life on our stage.

We have assembled an outstanding cast of local talent for this production:

Melvin Ferd III/The Toxic Avenger – Zach Huffman
Sarah – Katie McCarthy
The Mayor/Ma Ferd – Amy Grace Curtis
Black Dude – DeAndre Smith
White Dude – Robert Breslin

More information soon to come about this exciting show and the rest of our season…!

Auditions for Toxic Avenger!

Audition Dates: May 16-17
Time:  7:00 PM
Location:  Falcon Theatre, 636 Monmouth Street, Newport, KY

Falcon Theatre is proud to announce auditions for Toxic Avenger: The Musical, directed by Charlie Russell & music direction by Jay P. Myers.  The show will run September 30 through October 15.  All roles are paid a stipend.

Note:  The role of the Toxic Avenger is already cast.

Available Roles:

Sarah, The Blind Librarian
The classic heroine. Blind. Very sexy and sensual. Always speaks exactly what’s on her mind. An aspiring writer of graphic romance novels.
Gender: female Age: 20’s to 30’s
Vocal range top: E5 Vocal range bottom: G3

Mayor Babs Belgoody / Ma Ferd / Nun
As the Mayor, she is corrupt and scheming. Accepts loads of cash in return for storing the toxic waste. Set on one day being the governor of New Jersey by any means necessary.  The Mayor and Ma Ferd sing a duet “together”.
Gender: female Age: 40s to 50s
Vocal range top: G5 Vocal range bottom: G3

Black Dude
Appears as numerous supporting roles, both male and female, such as Professor Ken, Sluggo the bully, Little Old Lady, and Shinequa the friend.  Physically versatile with strong dialects.
Gender: male Age: 20s to 40s
Vocal range top: D6 Vocal range bottom: A3

White Dude
Appears as numerous supporting roles, both male and female, such as Dr. Fishbein, Bozo the bully, Sal the cop, and Lorenzo the hairdresser.  Physically versatile with strong dialects.
Gender: male Age: 20s to 40s
Vocal range top: B5 Vocal range bottom: A3

For auditions please prepare:
16-32 bars of a song, with sheet music, in the style of the show (rock). No a capella auditions will be permitted.
Be prepared to participate in cold readings from the script and wear comfortable clothing for movement auditions.

Questions? Please contact Charlie Russell at directorchas@gmail.com.

Up next: Next Fall

Next Fall Poster FinalNext Fall
By Geoffrey Nauffts

Next Fall takes a witty and provocative look at faith, commitment and unconditional love. While the play’s central story focuses on the five-year relationship between Adam and Luke, Next Fall goes beyond a typical love story. This timely and compelling new American play forces us all to examine what it means to “believe” and what it might cost us not to.

Directed by Tara Williams & Clint Ibele
Adam – Brian Anderson
Luke – Matthew Wilson
Holly – Lauren Carr
Brandon – Michael Monks
Arlene – Tracy M. Schoster
Butch – Allen R. Middleton