Prospective Directors meeting

Fallon Community Theatre, Inc. is seeking volunteer directors who are interested in directing plays for the community on the downstairs stage in the Fallon Theatre.   I would like to meet with prospective directors on either T or W, August 30 or 31 at 5:30 p.m. at the downtown Fallon Theatre.  We will discuss the vision of our community theatre, give a tour of the performance space, and discuss play ideas.   Prospective directors are encouraged to bring play proposals.  Interested individuals need only attend one of the meetings.

If you are interested in learning more about the FCTh, Inc. community theatre concept and are unable to attend either meeting you are invited to contact Glen Perazzo at

All-Class Class Reunion Comedy Night on Friday, Aug. 19

Fallon Community Theatre is excited to invite the community to the downtown Fallon Theatre on Friday, August 19th for one of the many All-Class Class Reunion activities.  Mr. Brett McGinness will kick off the evening on the lower theatre stage with a comedy routine at 5:00 p.m..   Others will join him on stage with good, fun memories of their days at CCHS.  Come mingle with friends and former classmates, see some of the changes in the theatre, and start the weekend off with a laugh.

On Saturday, Aug. 20th the FCTh board members and volunteers will be conducting tours of the downtown theatre.  The tours start at 10:00 a.m. and go until 2:.   We invite you to come check out our community theatre space and share ideas on what activities and programs you’d like to see there.

Programs and Projects

Members of the FCTh, Inc. Board of Directors will be putting out feelers for possible program ideas for the downtown Fallon Theatre facility.   In addition to showing movies on the two screens, they are excited about the possibilities of various events on the 1920 vaudeville stage.   In addition to the various program ideas that the board members present, they would be interested in having your suggestions and getting you involved in our community theatre.  If you have ideas for activities and events that can take place on a 30′ wide, 15′ deep stage your input and involvement is welcome.

Please feel free to reach out with your ideas and your desire to be involved by contacting the board at

Coming soon will be our request for improvement projects that you would like to suggest and possibly help implement.

“Top Gun” Special Showing

Fallon Community Theatre Inc. is pleased to present the box office hit, highest grossing film of 1986  “Top Gun” on Monday, July 4 at 2:00 p.m. in the historic downtown Fallon Theatre, 71 N. Maine Street.  Admission is $5.  Sustaining members are admitted free.  Tickets are available at Kent’s Supply on N. Maine St., Berney Reality on Williams Ave. and at the downtown Fallon Theatre on S. Maine Street.  Tickets will also be available at the door.  Come early to ensure a good seat.

Top Gun (1986) was the highest grossing film of 1986. It took $177 million in the US alone, and $353 million worldwide. Australian hit Crocodile Dundee (1986) was the second biggest film of the year, with Platoon (1986) coming in third.

Our very own Fallon Naval Air Station was used for filming the dogfight scenes over land.   There’s buzz about Top Gun 2 being filmed here soon.



“As students at the United States Navy’s elite fighter weapons school compete to be best in the class, one daring young pilot learns a few things from a civilian instructor that are not taught in the classroom.”



And a couple thoughts from Mental {}:


Top Gun the movie was based on a real flight school called U.S. Navy Fighter Weapons School or TOPGUN, formerly based at Miramar Naval Air Station in San Diego. The school was founded in the late 1960s as a way to combat losing the air war in Vietnam. Because of base realignments and closures, TOPGUN relocated to Fallon, Nevada in 1996, and was renamed the United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor. Anytime a staffer quotes or references the movie, the school reportedly fines them $5. So if you ever “feel the need, the need for speed” while at the actual school, you may want to keep it to yourself (or you’ll have to fork over some coin).



The producers have been discussing a sequel ever since the movie came out, but it sounds like it’s finally coming together. Before Top Gun director Tony Scott’s death in 2012, he was onboard to direct the sequel. Since then, a few screenwriters have been attached to write Top Gun 2, including Peter Craig (The Town), and most recently, Justin Marks (The Jungle Book). The script will reportedly center on “drones in modern aerial warfare.” Both Cruise and Val Kilmer (Iceman) have expressed interest in acting in the sequel. Even though Scott and the film’s co-producer, Don Simpson, are deceased, in 2013 Kilmer told Larry King that “it wouldn’t be that difficult to maintain the spirit [of the original].”



CCHS Advanced Theatre Class presents THE MONOLOGUE SHOW

Students from the CCHS Theatre 2,3,4 class will present an encore performance of THE MONOLOGUE SHOW on Monday, May 23rd at 6:00 p.m..   They will present the show on the 1920 vaudeville stage in the lower house of the down town Fallon Theatre.   “The play will work great for this space,” says CCHS Theatre teacher and director Mr. Glen Perazzo.  “I remember some 25 years ago we performed BAREFOOT IN THE PARK on the stage.   The stage really has great potential.   I look forward to seeing it renovated for more programs like this one.”

Dr. Richardson has arranged to have the concession stand open and encourages patrons to stick around for the 7:00 or 7:15 movie after the play.


John Wayne’s “The Shootist” Thursday, April 21st

We invite you to join us for John Wayne’s final film shot on location in Carson City and Washoe Valley on Thursday, April 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the historic downtown Fallon Theatre.    Ticket prices are $5 and are available at Kent’s Supply, Berney Realty and at the door.   Sustaining Members are admitted free.

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Below is the link to a clearer version of the flier that also promotes the upcoming museum luncheon:

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Special St. Patrick’s Day Film “The Quiet Man”

Fallon Community Theatre is once again delighted to present a classic film on the large screen at the Fallon Theatre. “The Quiet Man” starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara will be shown on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. All tickets are $5.00.  All sustaining members are invited to attend free.   Tickets are available at Kent’s Supply on N. Maine Street and at Berney Realty on Williams Ave.  Advance ticket purchase is encouraged, but tickets will also be available at the event.

The FCTh Board Members will be making special St. Patrick Day treats to compliment the snack bar items.



Special Film following Valentines Day 5K

Fallon Theatre will be showing “The Notebook” following the Valentines Day 5K on Saturday, February 13th.   The film is free for all race participants and Sustaining Members.   Race participants will gather at the Fallon Theatre following the race for the awarding of ribbons.  We invite members of the general public to attend the film which should begin around 11:15.   Admission is $7 for couples, $5 for adults, $2.50 for youth and $10 for a family of 4.

Refreshments will be available.
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Super Smash Bros. Melee Tournament

Members of the CCHS Smash Bros Club are excited to watch a Smash Bros. tournament on the large screen at the Fallon Theatre on January 30th.   Smash Bros. Club, an official high school club, is advised by Mr. Mitch Overlie.   Mr. Overlie and club president Hayden Poland arranged their tournament at the historical down town theatre through Dr. Stuart Richardson.   “It’s been great working with Dr. Richardson.  We might have a slow start this first time, but we plan to make this a monthly event.”

Gamers are encouraged to sign up at

Tournament Play begins Saturday, January 30 at 10:00 a.m.

Super Smash Brothers Melee

2 Play elimination

$5 registration fee and $2 for spectators

Exact details are yet to be finalized, but the current plan for this first tournament is that the first place winner will receive a portion of the registration fees and the second place winner (and perhaps others) will be awarded movie tickets.

“It’s A Wonderful Life” special showing at Fallon Theatre

Fallon Community Theatre presents Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed in the beautiful, holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 22nd.  Admission is $5 for adults,  $2.50 for children under the age of 12, $10 for a family of four (with additional children at the above admission prices).   Holiday refreshments will be provided at no additional charge.

Bring your entire family down town on Tuesday, Dec. 22nd to enjoy this great film on the large screen.