Only Three Performances Remain for Falcon’s A Small Fire! Get Your Tickets Now!
Seats are still available for the closing weekend of Falcon Theatre’s production of A Small Fire. But don’t wait too long! Tickets are going quickly!
Laurel Humes of the League of Cincinnati Theatres says that Kristy Rucker “shines in the difficult role of Emily. Her expressive face shares all her emotions with us: fear, frustration, anger, hopelessness.” Victoria Hawley “performs well the difficult role of daughter Jenny…help(ing) us empathize with her always problematic relationship with her mother.” And Evan Blanton provides some…comic relief, and a philosophical tone, too.”
The story revolves around Emily Bridges, the tough, no-nonsense owner of a construction company who is happier wearing a hardhat than an apron. Emily’s comfortable, long-established existence with her husband John is thrown into chaos when she mysteriously begins to lose her senses one at a time…smell, taste, sight, and hearing. She is plunged into a world in which can communicate only by touch; she becomes completely dependent upon the husband whose affections she has always taken for granted.
The production, directed by Ted J. Weil, has three remaining performances: This Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (November 29 & 30 and December 1) at 8:00 PM. Tickets prices are $25 for adults and $15 for students with ID. Patrons enjoy a $5 discount for Thursday performances. Visit falcontheater.net to reserve seats.
And while you’re at it, it’s not too early to make reservations for Falcon’s next production: The Exonerated, opening January 25, 2019.