The original 1920 vaudeville stage is a great asset to the Fallon Theatre. The lower theatre doubles as a movie house for the showing of films and also as a venue for live events.

The stage is 15′ deep and 30′ wide. Brackets for stage lights have been installed with plans for a complete lighting and sound system with a control panel above the projection booth. The wing curtains have been replaced.

The stage has seen much use in recent years! CCHS Theatre students have performed plays there, and the Rising Sun Gallery & Art Studio produced the children’s theatre production of Sleeping Beauty – A Tale Told Slightly Off the Wall on the stage as well. It’s hosted concerts and town hall meetings, comedy nights and class reunions, birthday parties and rehearsals.

Several suggestions on how to improve the stage as a performance venue came through our experience of having these events performed there.

We are interested in knowing what you would like to see live on stage. Plays, concerts, improvisation, etc. have all been considered and are logical uses. What would you like to see? Contact us to help become part of this creative process!