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Falcon Announces the Cast of IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

FT_In the Heat of the NightDirector Ed Cohen is thrilled to announced the cast for Falcon Theatre’s upcoming production IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT. Performances run Feb. 13-28 at the Monmouth Theater.

  • Tibbs: Derek Snow
  • Gillespie: Michael Hall
  • Sam: Simon Powell
  • Pete: Dan Maloney
  • Coroner/Mayor frank Schubert/Klansman: Terry Gosdin
  • Harvey Oberst/Purdy/Klansman: Tom Peters
  • Ralph/Kaufman/Klansman: Jamie Ball
  • Melanie: Dee Anne Bryll
  • Noreen: Allison Evans
  • Tatum/Endicott/Jennings: Rich Setterberg

For more information on the production, please visit http://falcontheater.net.

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THE WOMAN IN BLACK Runs Oct. 17-Nov. 1

Presented by Falcon Theatre
Oct. 17-Nov. 1

Directed by Ted Weil & Tracy M. Schoster

Cast: Matt Dentino & Jay Dallas Benson

One of the longest running plays in London, The Woman In Black is a classic Victorian ghost story, perfect for the Halloween season. Set in a theater, a stranger enters and employes the theater owner to help him tell his story. As he relates the tale, we are drawn into a world of mystery and haunting that has held thousands of audiences on the edge of their seats.

  • Fri-Sat, Oct. 17-18 at 8pm
  • Fri-Sat, Oct. 24-25 at 8pm
  • Fri-Sat, Oct. 31-Nov. 1 at 8pm

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Falcon Announces All Auditions‏ for 2014-2015 Season

FT_logoWe’re pleased to announce auditions for the entire Falcon Season.  Each show will audition individually; please be sure to audition for each show you’re interested in.

For all auditions, please bring a resume and headshot if you have them.

Please direct all audition questions to auditions@falcontheater.net

Directed by Ed Cohen
August 18 & 19
7-9 PM
Monmouth Theatre
Show dates:  February 13-28, 2015
7 men:
  • (the role of Virgil Tibbs has been pre-cast)
  • Chief Gillespie:  30-50
  • Sam Wood:  20’s-30’s
  • Pete:  20’s-40’s
  • Tatum/Endicott/Jennings:  30’s-50’s
  • Coroner/Mayor/Klansman:  40’s-50’s
  • Harvey/Purdy/Klansman:  30’s-50’s
  • Kaufman/Ralph/Klansman:  30’s-50’s
1 woman:
  • Noreen Purdy:  late teens/early 20’s (should play as teens)
Auditionees will be asked to read from the script

Directed by Jared Doren
August 20 & 21
6-9 PM
Monmouth Theatre

Show Dates:  May 29-June 13, 2015

Prepare two contrasting pieces 16 – 32 bars max.  No a cappella or taped auditions.  May be asked to read from the script.

Directed by Tara Williams
September 7 & 9
7-9 PM
Monmouth Theatre

Show dates:  December 5-13, 2014

Auditions will be cold readings from the script.

  • Dasher-Lead reindeer, in charge, 40-50, Male
  • Cupid- Gay,flamboyant, gossip, 20-40, Male
  • Hollywood- Conceited, celebrity wanna be, 20-40, Male
  • Blitzen- Feminist, no nonsense, in your face, 20-50, Female
  • Comet- Southern, former juvenile offender, brash, 30-50, Male
  • Dancer- Jewish, ditzy, not sure what side to take, 30-50, Female
  • Donner- Rudolf’s Dad, sympathetic, a bit lost, 40-50, Male
  • Vixen- smart, sincere, full of sex appeal, 20-35, Female
Directed by Tracy M. Schoster
September 29 & 30
7-9 PM
Monmouth Theatre
Show Dates:  April 10-25, 2015
Auditions will be cold readings from the script.

The play takes place in a very small town in Louisiana during WWII (1943)
  • Tood: early 20’s  Genuine, bit of a dreamer but determined
  • Sybil:  mid 20’s.  “Sophisticated” or “fast” in her crowd
  • Weetsie: mid 20’s. Plain.  Religious and very much the country girl.
  • Aunt Ola: Mid 40’s-50. The mother-in-law of the 3 women. Strong, matriarchal.
  • Kate:  Early/Mid 40’s.  Correspondent/Photographer for Life Magazine.  Successful woman in a man’s world
  • Addie Mae: Mid 40’s. Local newspaper reporter
  • Tommy:  early 20’s. The youngest brother of the family. Married to Tood. Eager, friendly and insecure.

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Falcon’s BAT BOY Earns 4 Star LCT Rating

FT_Bat BoyPanelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized the Falcon Theatre’s production of BAT BOY the MUSICAL with a 4 Star Rating.

BAT BOY is the off-beat musical ripped from the tabloid headlines, at times hilarious and at times touching, of a boy raised by bats and his struggle for humanity.

Panelists called the show “a bizarre, poignant, satirical, thoughtful and funny show full of a ‘bat-tery’ of jokes and clever lyrics.” Lead actor Robert Breslin, who played Edgar, the Bat Boy, was praised: “his physicality and bat mannerisms were spot dead on; he deftly took his character through all the stages of the process of going from bat to boy.” The entire ensemble was commended: “terrific…they really nailed the hysteria of this small town.”

BAT BOY continues through May 31st. Tickets can be purchased at www.falcontheater.net.

League of Cincinnati Theatre panelists evaluate productions on a 5 star scale and recommend shows at either a 4 star or 5 star level. Nominations for LCT awards will be determined and announced at the end of the season and winners awarded at the annual LCT gala in the spring.

The League of Cincinnati Theatres was founded in 1999 to strengthen, nurture and promote Cincinnati’s theatre community. LCT provides its member companies and individual members with education, resources and services to enhance the quality and exposure of the theatre community in Cincinnati and increase community awareness, attendance and involvement. More information about the League can be found at www.leagueofcincytheatres.com.

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Presented by Falcon Theatre
May 16-31

Directed by Charles Russell

Cast: Robert Breslin as Bat Boy, Katelyn Altieri as Shelly, Tom Bush as Dr. Parker, Jen Drake as Meredith Parker, DeAndre Smith as Rev. Hightower and others, Emily Jencson as Ruthie Taylor and others, Gregory Good as Sheriff Reynolds and others, Elizabeth Beiting-Lipps as Mayor Maggie and others, Sean Mize as Rick Taylor and others, Becca Wiseman as Bud and others & Jeff Surber as Pan and others

We close our season with a musical ripped from the tabloid headlines! The actual tabloid story of the Bat Boy gripped America and still rates as one of the most read and followed story ever published in the supermarket rags. Although it seems strange material for a musical, Bat Boy is filled with great songs and a strong story which is why it is a favorite of both performers and audiences across America.

  • Fri-Sat, May 16-17 at 8pm
  • Fri-Sat, May 23-24 at 8pm
  • Fri-Sat, May 30-31 at 8pm

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