Casablanca for Valentine’s Day

Fallon Community Theatre, Inc. invites the community to join them downtown at the Fallon Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 14th for a special showing of the 1942 Humphrey Bogart classic film “Casablanca”.   Take your significant other out to dinner and then step back in time and enjoy a classic film.  The film begins at 7:00.  Admission is $5.  FCT Sustaining Members are admitted free.

Super Bowl on the Big Screen

Join us downtown at the Fallon Theatre on Sunday, February 5th to watch Super Bowl LI on the largest screen in town.   Admission is FREE.    We will be adding grilled hot dogs to the concession stand menu to compliment the pretzels, nachos, soda and a wide variety of movie stand stacks.   The theatre will open at 3:00 and all are invited.

Fallon Community Theatre Valentine’s Day 5K

Fallon Community Theatre is sponsoring our annual  Valentine’s Day 5K.  This year our Fun Run/Walk will be on Saturday, February 11th.

Early Registration: $20 / person or $30 /couple

Race Day Registration: $25 / person or $35 / couple

Registration will take place between 9:00 and 9:50 at S. Carson Street, next to City Hall.

The Race Begins at 10:00 a.m.


Soon their will be a Registration Form below.  You can print it and then send it to P.O. Box 222, Fallon, NV 89407 with a check for the appropriate registration fees.

FCTh hosts special showing of THE POLAR EXPRESS

Members of the Fallon Community Theatre, Inc. Board of Directors invited the public to join them for a special showing of the Christmas Eve favorite THE POLAR EXPRESS on Tuesday, Dec. 20.   Refreshments were provided by board members and many parents and children / grandparents and grandchildren enjoyed the special evening together.

The film was shown again on the 27th.

CCHS Theatre One presents “Ghost Light”

When Sal and Jenny inherit an old theatre from their great uncle it’s like their dreams are coming true. But first they must deal with the real estate agents that want to scare the young couple into believing the old theatre is haunted.   Such is the story of the short one-act play “Ghost Light” presented on December 14th at the downtown Fallon Theatre.  “We chose the play because the number of characters in the play matched the number of students in the class.  In addition to that, the plot is similar to the situation I am involved with with the downtown Fallon Theatre Project”  stated director Glen Perazzo.  “The community now has a home base for community theatre groups.”

The play was well received by family and friends.


Presidential Debates at Fallon Theatre

The CCHS Young Republicans and Young Democrats arranged with Dr. Richardson to bring their club members down to the Fallon Theatre for the first of the Presidential Debates on Monday, Sept. 26th.   Mrs. Kelly Frost, adviser for the Young Republicans, prepared BINGO cards and gave one to each attendee along with a small American flag.   Approximately thirty students and interested adults enjoyed watching the debate on the large motion picture screen.