Tickets available now! Ochre House Theater Presents: THE FELLING

written and directed by Mitchell Parrack

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THE FELLING is intended for patrons 18+.
All tickets are non-refundable.

Due to the respect and nature of live performance, we are not able to offer late seating. Please arrive on time to ensure a seat. House opens at 7:45pm. Reserved seats are subject to be released at showtime. Thank you for your patronage and your understanding.

Show Schedule

04/21/18 – 05/12/18 – Fri – Sat at 8:15 P.M.

About The Show

Ochre House Theater Presents the world premier of

THE FELLING written and directed by Mitchell Parrack

Set in a desolate territory of the Old West, a tribe convenes to determine the fate of a man guilty of a despicable act. The only world they know begins to disintegrate, severing the ties that bind. THE FELLING is a tale steeped in ritual superstition and religious disturbance. There is no escaping the burning of the family tree in THE FELLING.

Opening Night catering provided by V-Eats Modern Vegan.
April 21 – May 12, 2018, at 8:15 PM. Wed – Sat. Donate-What-You-Can Night – Mon – April 30, 2018

Cast

Mitchell Parrack
Kevin Grammer
Carla Parker
Justin Locklear
Angela Davis
Marcus Stimac
Danielle Bondurant
Trenton Stephenson
Cassie Bann

Production Team
Playwright/Director – Mitchell Parrack
Stage Management – Korey Parker
Scene Design – Matthew Posey
Scenic Art – Izk Davies
Costume Design – Amie Carson
Light Design – Kevin Grammer
Prop Design – Justin Locklear
Photography – Justin O’Keith
Graphic Design – Jeremy Word
House Management – Cynthia Webb
House Staff – Amie Carson

Business Staff:
Matthew Posey, Artistic Director
Carla Parker, Operations Manager
Kevin Grammer, Associate Producer
Mitchell Parrack, Facilities Manager
Justin Locklear, Artist In Residence

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Mark David Noble Interviews Carla Parker. Click HERE to listen.

Mark David Noble Interviews Artistic Director, Matthew Posey. Click HERE to listen.

Take A Tour Of Expo Park (and visit Ochre House Theater) – Dallas Morning News – Guidelive article. Click HERE to read.

DR BOBAGANUSH, written and directed by Matthew Posey – Dallas Morning News review by Nancy Churnin. Click HERE to read.

THE WOMAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH written and directed by Kevin Grammer – TheatreJones review by E. Angela Johnson. Click HERE to read.

ORIGINAL MAN written and directed by Matthew Posey – TheatreJones review by Martha Heimberg. Click HERE to read.

KAPTAIN KOCKADOO written and directed by Carla Parker – TheaterJones review by Martha Heimberg. Click HERE to read

THE WOMAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH written and directed by Kevin Grammer – SharpCritic.com review by Christopher Soden. Click HERE to read

Sharp Critic: Christopher Soden’s Top 11 for 2017. Click HERE to read.

ORIGINAL MAN, written and directed by Matthew Posey – SharpCritic.com review by Christopher Soden. Click HERE to read

Criticalrant.com, by Alexandra Bonifield

criticalrant Best Choices 2017: Theatre in N. Texas/OK region. Click HERE to read.

ORIGINAL MAN, written and directed by Matthew Posey -Critical Rant Review by Alexandra Bonifield. Click HERE to read.

John Garcia's, The Column

THE WOMAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH written and directed by Kevin Grammer. Review by Chris Hauge, Associate Critic for John Garcia’s The Column. Click HERE to read the review.

The Column Best in DFW Theatre 2017. Click HERE to read.

ORIGINAL MAN written and directed by Matthew Posey – Elaine Plybon, Associate Critic, John Garcia’s The Column. Click HERE to read the review.

KAPTAIN KOCKADOO written and directed by Carla Parker – John Garcia’s, The Column review by Chris Hauge. Click HERE to read.

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DREAMLESS, by Justin Locklear – Art&Seek Spotlight by Jerome Weeks. Click HERE to read & see the video.

Dallas Observer

KAPTAIN KOCKADOO-Interview w/Carla Parker, by Katy Lemieux. Click HERE to read

DREAMLESS-Interview w/Justin Locklear, by Katy Lemieux. Click HERE to read.

BROTHERS’ HARVEST, by Matthew Posey – Dallas Observer’s Video – Behind the Scenes at Ochre House Theater, by Lauren Smart. Click HERE to see the video.

DREAMLESS, by Justin Locklear – Arts+Culture review by Lauren Smart. Click HERE to read.

MORPHING, by Matthew Posey – culturemap DALLAS review by Lindsey Wilson. Click HERE to read.