The Falcon’s Eye is the production arm of the Department of Theatre and Cinema at Folsom Lake College. Falcon’s Eye produced its first season of plays in 2007, and has been offering two productions each year ever since. We love to create provocative Theatre that looks into what it means to be alive and how we manage to live together.
Our mission is to provide you with insightful theatre that brings new perspectives to your life and to your experiences through fascinating, thought-provoking storytelling that challenges your expectations. We travel through time and around the world to bring the community and students a diversity of styles and voices that are sure to amaze and enrich audiences for a lifetime.
By Craig Wright
Imprisoned by a totalitarian regime and mercilessly tortured for unknown reasons, Wallace and Valdez live without hope of escape or release. When an enigmatic new prisoner arrives and begins communicating in code, both men develop new relationships to each other, their captors, and themselves. A darkly humorous examination of faith in an uncertain world.
May 16 - 18, 2014
Friday and Saturday matinee at 2pm, Sunday at 6pm.
Performances held in The Drama Lab, PAC 1170
behind the Harris Center on the campus of Folsom Lake College.
10 College Parkway in Folsom
At the door before performances in the Drama Lab PAC1170.
$10 General, $8 Students/Seniors
This performance contains strong language and sexual themes.
No one under 17 admitted without a guardian. Those under 13 NOT ADMITTED.
Scenic Designer/Master Carpenter
Carlos Llontop and Victoria Check
The Cast of Falcons
May 16-18, 2014