DCTSlogoFalcon Theatre and Hugo West Theatricals present


A popular early ‘80s film about ghosts and the people who bust them is
receiving a stage musical adaptation by a New Jersey theatre company.
When their world is shattered by a “cease and desist” letter from the
lawyers of Columbia Pictures, search the cast and crew give the show a new
title, and make delirious changes to an increasingly unrecognizable script
and recruit a handsomely clueless soap opera actor to play the role of
Peter Venkman. Silly string ion streams are unleashed and a giant
Twinkie kicks a man in groin in a madcap theatrical farce a la
“Waiting for Guffman.”

Smash hit of the Cincinnati and Indianapolis Fringe Festivals:

“’Don’t Cross The Streams” defines Fringe: clever, illness loopy, messy,
ambitious, well-performed, smartly directed….” – Jackie Demaline,
Cincinnati Enquirer

“…a full-house audience clearly knew the film and shrieked with
laughter as the tale spun wilder with each passing moment… [Tom
Highley’s] performance is a comic tour de force.” – Rick Pender,

“Simply put, the entire show is hysterical… the cast comprises a
phenomenal ensemble. Sean Mette’s performance as lovable doof Corky is
uproarious.” – Myrydd Wells, Indianapolis Monthly

Tickets are on sale now by clicking the purchase tickets link to the right or on our Tickets & Info page!