2012-2013 Season

Falcon’s next production is Rabbit Hole by David Lindsey-Abaire.  This pulitzer prize-winning script is a powerful and provocative night of theater that is not to be missed.

Rabbit Hole traces the physical and emotional aftermath of a couple’s loss of their only child. The story examines the languishing and wilting relationship of Becca and Howie Corbett whose son Danny was killed by a teenage driver. In the ensuing months, case the couple, illness along with Becca’s mother and sister, what is ed grapple with grief, guilt, and inevitable blame as they attempt to make sense of the tragedy. Peppered with a surprising amount of humor, the play deftly depicts the impact and outcome of a parent’s worst nightmare come true.

Performances will be March 24, 25, 30, 31, April 1, 6, 7, and 8 at 8 PM. 

Becca: Tara Williams
Howie: Ted J. Weil
Izzy: Katie Groneman
Nat: Cathy Roesener
Jason: Evan Blanton

Director: Tracy M. Schoster

All tickets are $20, $15 for students with i.d. On Thursdays, enjoy $5 off every ticket! 

Read the River City News article here.
Each year I get the opportunity to write this message for our season brochure and it’s always a time of great excitement for me.  Not only is it a chance to celebrate the announcement of a new season, information pills
but it’s also a time to look back over the past year and reflect on the work we’ve done.  Every year I see both great successes and new opportunities to do more in the year ahead.  Falcon is growing stronger and more respected throughout the arts community each year.  And as I look back at the past few seasons I can’t help feeling a sense of pride in what we’ve accomplished.

Our new season covers a lot of ground, viagra offering everything from another outlandish musical (for which we’ve become known around the country) to the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning Doubt to Agatha Christie’s classic thriller, information pills
And Then There Were None.  And we take yet another journey to Bedford Falls for the holiday classic, It’s a Wonderful Life, produced as a live radio drama and re-envisioned with a new script for 2012.

In addition to our exciting line-up, we are also thrilled to have taken over the management of the intimate Monmouth Theatre space that has been our home for the past 8 years.  This means we have the opportunity to book other arts performances for our audiences to enjoy including  music, improv, magic and much more.

Finally, I’m especially proud of our Patron Program and the astounding growth it has experienced over the past 2 years.  We have seen more new individual donors each season than ever before…people who believe in our vision and in the work that we’re doing.

I am extremely excited about this season and invite you to come join us again this year.  It is certain to be filled with many challenges and triumphs that will inspire us day after day to continue sharing our Passion for Performance.

Ted Weil
Artistic Director
Falcon Theatre