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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 7:00PM

Wild Project
195 E 3rd St
New York, NY 10009
East 3rd Street Between Avenues A & B
Closest Train: F (2nd Avenue Stop)

February 6-29

Written by Leegrid Stevens

"Of all the birds in the sky / the peregrine chose that one…And there’s something about being chosen…Makes it hard to look away."

From the company that brought you last year's 2 X DRAMA DESK nominated Spaceman, which The NY Times heralded as “A magnificent example of what Off Off Broadway can do,” Loading Dock Theatre returns with the dark and riveting play, A PEREGRINE FALLS. Related to true life events, the play focuses on a Mormon family whose internal mythology is shattered by revelations of abuse. A PEREGRINE FALLS explores the power of illusion and why sometimes it’s impossible to see just what’s right in front of you.

Charlie’s daughter, Kailey, returns home for the first time in years with exciting news of a pregnancy, when a pain suddenly sends Kailey to the hospital. Joy quickly turns to dread as the facts emerge, painting Kailey’s story in a much darker light.

New York Innovative Theater Award winner and Labyrinth Theater Company Member Padraic Lillis directing. Featuring 2019 Drama Desk Award Nominee Erin Treadway, alongside Sidney Williams and Kevin Cristaldi, who reunite under Lillis’s direction for the first time since appearing on stage in The Dirty Talk by Michael Puzzo, which received a New York Times Critics Pick. Julia Brothers and Mason Walker round out the cast. The production features scenic design by Linbury Prize winner Zoe Hurwitz and original music by David Handler, who created the arrangements for the 10th-anniversary tour of Sigur Rós’s Jónsi and Alex Somers’ hit album Riceboy Sleeps.

A Loading Dock Theatre Production presented in association with The Workshop Theater

Premium Reserved :$85
General Admission :$45
Student/Senior Ticket :$30