Our 2017-18 season has come to a close. We’d like to thank everyone who attended a show and supported us throughout the season for making this an amazing year. You are why we do what we do. Please enjoy this quick video recap of the season:
Check out our One Word Project video! We asked our fans to describe Falcon Theater in one word…here’s what we were able to build from the responses:
Huge thank you to Pretty Lights and Odesza for letting us use their awesome music to underscore this video and to Jordan Schoster for his mad video and creative skills to come up with this piece.
Welcome To Our 2017-2018 Season
Our season offers a wide range of dramatic genres and styles…from a tragic twentieth-century American classic…to a pair of troubling tales that explore issues facing today’s society…to a powerful, contemporary reimagining of a familiar two-hundred-year-old Gothic saga that’s still relevant to our modern world.
by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley
Directed by Paul Morris
September 29 – October 14, 2017
(All remaining performances are currently sold out!)
Born and cast into a cruel and hostile world, Victor Frankenstein’s grotesque and bewildered Creature wanders the world, seeking acceptance and compassion.
ADVISORY: Contains mature sexual content, brief nudity and violence.
by Lanford Wilson
Directed by Gina Kleesattel
October 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 2017
(Sunday, October 22 performance at 2:00 PM. All other performances at 8:00 PM)
Due to a scheduling issue with the original production, Falcon Theatre is excited to invite the cast and crew of Talley’s Folly to our theater for this production.
Set on the evening of July 4, 1944, in Lebanon, Missouri, Talley’s Folly is a romantic comedy. Matt has 97 minutes to convince Sally to marry him. Misfits by the norm of their societies, neither of them have reason to believe this will happen. But hope is a powerful force.BUY TICKETS
by Theresa Rebeck
Directed by Lauren Carr
November 17 – December 2, 2017
A weekend in the country for two couples spins out of control when Maureen makes jealous and reckless accusations of infidelity between her husband Ian and their old friend Ella.
by Martin McDonagh
Directed by Ed Cohen
January 26 – February 10, 2018
This unsettling and dark story is an unblinking examination of the power, nature, and purpose of art.
ADVISORY: This play contains graphically violent content.
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Nate Netzley
March 16 – March 31, 2018
Blanche DuBois, a woman whose existence has been undermined by a lifetime of romantic illusions, arrives at her sister’s New Orleans apartment. Ensuing friction between Blanche and Stanley her sister Stella’s husband, leads to a tragic, inevitable conclusion.
A GREAT WILDERNESS
by Samuel D. Hunter
Directed by Clint Ibele
May 4 – May 19, 2018
Walt, a gentle-natured leader of a Christian retreat, has devoted decades of his life to “curing” gay teens of their homosexuality. Walt is forced to examine the possibility that he has been deceiving himself and others for the bulk of his life.