Tag: Falcon Theatre Newport

REVIEW: Love, God and Beauty are One with Falcon’s “Vincent”

"Vincent" at Falcon Theatre grabs your attention immediately. This is an amazing one-man play!  Chad Brinkman plays the brother of Vincent, Theo Van Gogh, and through the use of  props and by using a different voice,  he also  plays Vincent.  He executes this feat with passionate speeches,  superb acting...

REVIEW: Home, I’m Darling at Falcon Theatre 

Think Wandavision, but with real people who love the 50s and don’t need mind control to create their perfect world. But can it last? Directed by Becca Howell, Home, I’m Darling starts with delightful cartoon-ish nostalgia for simpler times, then delves into questions we need to ask around gender...

REVIEW: “Home, I’m Darling” at Falcon

Home, I’m Darling tackles several intricate topics including fantastical thinking, obsession, basic honesty within relationships, and misogyny, perpetrated by both men and women.  It is filled with humor, tragedy and pain....

Strong “Flyin’ West” at Falcon

Review by Bryna Chandler As the final production of their 22-23 “Fill the Space” season, Falcon Theatre does not disappoint. Flyin’ West, fills the intimate theatre with this poignant drama which focuses around freedom and survival.  The Story of Flyin’ West Set in 1898, Flyin’ West is the story...