The Upper Berth by Francis Marion Crawford

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Bored with the usual after-dinner cigars and conversation? Want to spice up your usual Halloween routine? Try a transatlantic ghost hunt at sea… if you dare. Falconbridge Players presents a dramatic reading of the 1894 horror classic The Upper Berth … Continued

King John by William Shakespeare

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“This England never did, nor never shall,Lie at the proud foot of a conquerorBut when it first did help to wound itself.” This under-appreciated classic features a nation in turmoil, foreign political interference, and several characters who answer to the … Continued

London Assurance by Dion Boucicault

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Script now available! Download below. “Love is a pleasant scape-goat for a little epidemic madness.” A comedy with deception, intrigue, and Lady Gay Spanker. A Falconbridge Players theatrical workshop at Arts + Literature Laboratory, 2021 Winnebago St. in Madison. Tuesday … Continued

Women Beware Women by Thomas Middleton

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Script now available! “It seems that in a Middleton tragedy, the stage inevitably will be littered with dead bodies at the end. The entertainment is seeing how the massacres come to be.” – shakespeareances.com Couples that fall in and out … Continued

Soothe Electra’s woes (with a script)

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The text for Tuesday’s workshop presentation of Electra by Sophocles at Arts + Literature Laboratory is now available. Print or bring on a screen to follow along. Readers are also welcome! Please write to contact@falconbridgeplayers.org if you plan to read … Continued

Electra by Sophocles

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Script now available! Download below. Genial family comedy of manners? Or one of the ancient Greek theater’s most heartwrenching tales of mistaken identity, betrayal, and revenge? (It’s the latter) Electra tells of a family torn apart by war and destruction … Continued

The Rover by Aphra Behn

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Florinda loves Belvile. Hellena is supposed to love God, but might love Willmore more. Valeria loves Florinda. Angellica loves mayhem. And everybody loves a good costume change. Welcome to The Rover, a sprawling Restoration Comedy by Aphra Behn, one of … Continued