Falcon Takes Flight

Falcon Takes Flight 

Falcon Takes Flight is Falcon Theatre’s outreach wing which performs reader’s theatre-style pieces around the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area. Beginning in 2013, Falcon partnered with the Campbell County Public Library, to become part of their inaugural Signature Series.  The Signature Series provides enriching cultural and educational experiences for the community that entertain, inform and enlighten.  Falcon Takes Flight is now a permanent part of the Signature Series, staging dramatic readings of many authors including Kentucky poets such as George Ella Lyon, Joe Survant, Pauletta Hansel, Maurice Manning.

Out of this relationship, Falcon Takes Flight was born.  Since its inception, FTF has toured to area venues including schools, museums, churches, community centers and more throughout Ohio and Kentucky.

Falcon is also proud to have been able to partner with Raison D’Etre, a folk music trio who’s reason for being is singing together.  Their music has enhanced many of our Falcon Takes Flight productions and we look forward to many more great performances together.

For information about booking a Falcon Takes Flight performance for your organization, contact Clint Ibele, FTF Director,  at clint@falcontheater.net

FTF Online!
During the COVID quarantine, we’ve been re-imagining some of our FTF performances as online presentations for people who need their theater fix to enjoy.  Click these links to watch now on YouTube:

Coal Town Photograph

Many Storied House

Soldier Come Home

Soldier, Come Home

Productions in the series have included:

  • Soldier, Come Home (2013)
  • Beyond the Blue Mountains (2014)
  • Twain by the Tale (2015)
  • Sentimental Journey (2015, Cincinnati Museum Center)
  • Many Storied House (2016)
  • Rafting Rise (2017)
  • War of the Worlds (2017, Campbell County Library, Ft. Thomas)
  • Letters From Vietnam (2018)
  • The Common Man (2019)
  • Silent Sky (2019)
  • Coal Town Photograph (2020)
  • Railsplitter (2021)
  • Riparian (2022)
Beyond The Blue Mountains
Letters From Vietnam