Thanks to the generous cooperation of the New York Public Library and actor Greg Hudson, we’re pleased to share Don Mullally’s original manuscript of the 1924 Broadway scorcher Conscience. Read all about it.
A free gift, of course! Dorothy Parker, Susan Glaspell, and George Cram Cook gave us these wonderful words and they’re all in the public domain. And we offer them to you, free of charge this Saturday afternoon, October 10 2 … Continued
Madison Magazine published coverage of the two upcoming Falconbridge readings at Esser Place, beginning this Saturday with selected works by Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard, and continuing next weekend with In Your Dreams, poems and plays about dating … Continued
O blind world! O blind intention! Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Troilus and Criseyde” provided the inspiration and template for Shakespeare’s infamous “problem play” of wartime lovers Troilus and Cressida. Falconbridge Players presents a dramatic reading of Chaucer’s epic tale of Trojan romance … Continued
With Trifles and Overtones in the books, our first year of programming has come to an end. Thank you to the dozens of performers who contributed their time and talents to our seven pop-up presentations, and to those who joined … Continued
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
“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