Falcon Theatre’s final Fall show, Big Love, will perform November 17th-19th. Due to COVID-19, the show will be performed outdoors. Audience members can attend for free and may bring their own chairs if they wish to sit.
Falcon Theatre’s upcoming Fall show, Peter Pan, is using a new method to reach audiences. Instead of performing for a live audience, the production was filmed and will premiere on the TCTV YouTube channel on Friday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m.
Terlingua is an abandoned mining town located in East Texas near the Mexican border. This revitalized ghost town is known not for its spooky Halloween-season appeal, but for its candlelit celebration of Dia De Los Muertos. Its proximity to Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park makes […]
Submissions are now open for the Fall edition of FLIGHT, our Art and Literary Magazine. This season’s theme is “A New Leaf.” To turn over a new leaf means to start anew in one’s life, to change. That is exactly what this edition in about: change.
This year, Falcon Theatre is taking a new approach to their Fall lineup. In the time of COVID-19, precautions need to be taken for a safe theatre experience. The rehearsal process no longer looks like what it did only 7 months ago. The three shows this Fall season are: I […]
Thirty-seven Timber Creek artworks were virtually judged in the TAEA State VASE competition over the weekend. Adrea Hardy, Jacob Kuchar, Hannah Ongmanchi, and Ava Pilcher received Gold Seals for their pieces.
Falcon Theatre’s spring show, ‘The Book of Everything’, opens this Thursday, March 5 and will run through Saturday, March 7. Tickets will be sold at the door, costing $5 for students and $10 for adults.
Want to see the Spanish Steps, the Colosseum, and the Pantheon? Want to visit the Prado museum and see world-famous paintings by El Greco, Goya, and Velázquez? Want to gaze up at the Sistine Chapel ceilings in the Vatican? Sign up for the Spain and Italy trip!