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Popcorn Falls

Closed November 25, 2018

For a directorial debut, Christian Borle took on a beast. This play required expert direction to be executed properly, and Borle rose to the occasion...'Popcorn Falls' has all of the components required for a hit.


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The Power Of The Arts

Two-time Tony-winning actor Christian Borle (Something Rotten!, Peter and the Starcatcher) dons his directorial hat for the first time in New York as he directs James Hindman's brand new play, Popcorn Falls this October.

Starring Broadway alums Tom Souhrada (Mary Poppins), Adam Heller (Shoulda Been You) Popcorn Falls tells the story of how one town embraces the arts to keep them from the brink of destruction.

What is Popcorn Falls about?

Popcorn Falls' claim to fame, their namesake waterfall, has dried up, now completely bankrupt the towns-people must rely on a large grant to keep them afloat, but the only way to get it is to make a play in a week. With no theatre and no play the towns-people battle against the odds and rise to the challenge, proving how the arts can really change the world.

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Previews from: 14 September 2018

Opening night: 8 October 2018

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2 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

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Rob B.: “A Funny, Sweet, and Touching Balm for the Soul ”

Popcorn Falls is an hysterically funny, sweet and surprisingly touching... more

Mark Moses: “Popcorn Falls is hysterical”

Popcorn Falls is a funny, clever, imaginative, and touching play given... more

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