Falcon Theatre will be performing William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet this October; however, the play will have a different twist to it. Timber Creek Falcons will be playing characters from the House of Montague, while Central Chargers will be playing characters from the House of Capulets.
As the first play of the fall season, Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic, will truly bring magic to the theatre.
Musicals can provide an escape from reality through the storytelling musical numbers and choreography. The musical Big Fish, directed by Amanda Brundrett, is no exception.
Puffs, directed by Craig Robertson, is one of three shows in the fall theatre season. The show will run from Thursday, Sept. 19 through 21 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 22 at 2 p.m. in the FAC.
Students enrolled in the improv class will perform Improv Mania on Monday, May 13. The show will begin at 7 pm. and end at 8:30 p.m. in the black box (FA116). Admission for the night of improvisations is free. Hosting the event is special guest, student media teacher Greg Janda.
Students will be putting on self-directed shows in the Fine Arts Center on Saturday, May 4. Each show will be performing back to back with the first one starting at 9 a.m.
Calling all lovers of dance and movement, the Falcon Theatre Department is in search of choreographers for the 2019-2020 school year’s fall musical.
Falcon Theatre’s competitive UIL One-Act Play show, “The Lost Boy” by Ronald Gabriel Paolillo, will perform for the last time this coming Monday, April 8. They will perform throughout the day for classes, then finish the day with a free, final performance at 7 p.m.