With every new season comes new challenges, side effects opportunities and excitement. We’re incredibly excited about our 2016-17 season! This is one of the most diverse, exciting season’s we’ve ever assembled and we hope you can join us for the thrilling ride.
The Toxic Avenger
Based on the 1984 movie, Toxic Avenger: The Musical is a is a charming love story and laugh-out-loud musical that has it all — an unlikely hero, his beautiful girlfriend, a corrupt New Jersey mayor and two guys who play… well, everyone else … bullies, mobsters, old ladies, and stiletto-wearing back-up singers.
Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Music by David Bryan
Dial M For Murder
The perfect crime is never perfect and this classic mystery twists and turns as it proves that point. When Tony Wendice plans to murder his wife for her money, the plan is sent reeling after his hired killer gets killed and Scotland Yard delves into the investigation.
By Frederick Knott
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence
Falcon presents its very first Western! Liberty Valence is a classic story of good versus evil, law versus the gun, one man versus Liberty Valance. A tale of love, hope and revenge set against the vicious backdrop of a lawless society.
By Jethro Compton
How does a family deal with the loss of a child? The Pulitzer- and Tony Award-winning Rabbit Hole explores how loss affects a couple’s relationships and family dynamics with wit and grace.
By Davis Lindsay-Abaire
“Master Harold”…and the Boys
Set in South Africa during Apartheid, Master Harold and the Boys explores racism, hate and how relationships intertwine and affect each other — for good and for bad.
By Athol Fugard
All production dates are To Be Announced.
Set in the mountains of Connemara, no rx
County Galway, The Beauty Queen Of Leenane tells the darkly comic tale of Maureen Folan, a plain and lonely woman in her early forties, and Mag, her manipulative aging mother, whose interference in Maureen’s first and possibly final chance of a loving relationship sets in motion a train of events that leads inexorably towards the play’s terrifying dénouement.
“The opening night audience was fixated on the action, audibly responding to what was happening on stage with gasps, laughs, and genuine emotion. Any play that can do that is magic.” – The Sappy Critic