March 7, 2021

New Collaboration!

Falcon is proud to announce a new collaboration with Cincinnati Black Theatre Artist Collaborative. We’ll be working with Cincy Black TAC to produce a streaming series of new and emerging works featuring BIPOC authors and artists from our region. More detail to come soon on this exciting new partnership!
March 7, 2021

Our Covid Season!

Thanks to our uninvited guest (Covid-19), our season is a little different this year. We are presenting Daisy, The Agitators and Ben Butler as streamed Theatre For Film productions. Details on tickets and streaming for these 3 shows are on their respective show pages. We hope you’ll “virtually” join us […]
April 24, 2019

Enter Our Where’s Sherlock Contest!

Want to win tickets to see Baskerville and have some fun doing it?  Here’s how! WHERE’S SHERLOCK GIVEAWAY!!! Baskerville opens on May 3rd and we’re giving away FREE TICKETS!!!  To qualify, you must: follow us on Instagram For each of the photos that are marked with #wheressherlock, comment with the […]
January 8, 2019

Congratulations Falcon Actors!

Huge congratulations to Allen Middleton and Tara Williams on the following awards from Broadway World: Tara Williams: Best Actress In A Play (professional) – Blanche DuBoise in A Streetcar Named Desire Allen Middleton: Best Actor In A Play (professional) – Walt in A Great Wilderness See all the Broadway World […]
November 28, 2018

Only Three Performances Remain for Falcon’s A Small Fire! Get Your Tickets Now!

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 […]
March 11, 2010

Beyond Therapy closes to sold out house!

We’ve made it past the half-way mark of our 20th anniversary season now and what a great season it’s been so far!  Beyond Therapy was a huge success, tadalafil closing with a house so full that we were adding seats just to get everyone in the door!  It was a […]
March 5, 2010

Cincinnati Enquirer celebrates 20 years of Falcon!

The Cincinnati Enquirer has a great article in today’s paper about Falcon’s 20th anniversary season and our current production of Beyond Therapy.  It’s a great article. Read it here. This is the last weekend for the show and tickets are selling fast.  Make sure you don’t miss this chance to […]
February 20, 2010

Photos from Beyond Therapy!

Check out a few production shots from Beyond Therapy…running now through March 5th.  Don’t miss out on this one!
February 8, 2010

Cincinnati Performing Arts Examiner talks about Beyond Therapy

As Falcon prepares to remount the show that started it all, check the Cincinnati Performing Arts Examiner takes notice!  Read their full article here:  Cincinnati Performing Arts Examiner Tickets are on sale now!  Don’t miss your chance to see this rarely performed, hysterical show!
February 1, 2010

What difference does 20 years make?

The following is a brief excerpt of an interview with Ted Weil and Dave Radtke, remedy Falcon’s founders, website like this about Beyond Therapy…then and now. The director of Beyond Thearapy, Ted Weil, honestly admits he never thought Falcon would still exist 20 years later so he is particularly pleased […]
January 17, 2010

Tickets on sale now for Beyond Therapy

Don’t miss this show!  Beyond Therapy was Falcon’s first show back in 1989 and we’ve reassembled most of the original cast to revisit the show that started it all. Tickets are on sale now so don’t wait!  You can purchase them online by clicking the Purchase Tickets button below. Performance […]
January 7, 2010

Beyond Therapy marks a true look back at 20 years of Falcon Theatre!

What good would a 20th Anniversary Season be without a look back at the very beginning?  In 1989, viagra we started on this long and wonderful journey by producing Christopher Durang’s Beyond Therapy.  We were young, diagnosis had very little money and none of us had ever run a theater […]