It’s time to get your tickets for Poor Behavior, Falcon Theatre’s second production of its 2017-2018 season! (click here for a sneak preview)
Playwright Theresa Rebeck’s farcical story revolves around two couples and a weekend getaway that devolves into reckless accusations of infidelity. The piece examines the nature of love and marriage and what exactly constitutes morality.
Variety calls the play’s original Off-Broadway run “indecently funny,” and Theatermania describes it as “incredibly satisfying.” And according to The Wrap, the play’s antagonist is what would have happened “if George Bernard Shaw had conceived Stanley Kowalski” (a fitting and apt description, given that Falcon’s fourth production this season is A Streetcar Named Desire.)
Be sure to get your tickets early. Poor Behavior arrives on the heels of Falcon’s sold out production of Frankenstein.
Performances will be November 17, 18, 24, 25, 30, 1 and 2 at 8 PM.
Peter: Derek Snow
Maureen: Torie Pate
Ella: Becca Howell
Ian: Phineas Clark
Director: Lauren Carr