☰ Menu

About Us

Falcon Story

Garry Marshall

Falcon Theatre Founder
Garry Marshall
(1934-2016)

The Falcon Theatre is a 130 seat professional theatre that operates year-round in Burbank, California, known for its critically-acclaimed subscription season and summer productions. The Falcon was founded in 1997 by the late director/writer/producer Garry Marshall (Happy Days, Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Valentine's Day) and his daughter Kathleen Marshall LaGambina, and the current season is produced by Kathleen and Sherry Greczmiel. The theatre is nestled in charming Toluca Lake Village conveniently located close to restaurants, shops, and hotels, and is adjacent to the Burbank Media District, near Disney Studios, NBC, Warner Brothers, and Universal Studios. It was Garry's wish that the theatre continue to serve as a welcome home to established artists as well as emerging talent.

FAQ

Where is a good place to eat or get a drink near the theatre?

Please check out our Local Dining List.

Does the Falcon Theatre sell alcohol at intermission?

The Falcon does not sell alcohol; however, our concessions counter does have a variety of non-alcoholic beverages and snacks available for purchase before the performance and during intermission.

Where can I park?

Falcon Parking Map

The gated parking lot off of Rose St. is reserved for our Subscribers during our season shows.

General Parking Lots accessed from the alley behind the theatre running between Rose St. and Evergreen St.

Additional street parking is also available. Please be sure to check the street parking restrictions as they vary on each block.

How long has Falcon Theatre been in Burbank?

The Falcon was founded in 1997 by the late director/writer/producer Garry Marshall (Happy Days, Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Valentine's Day) and his daughter Kathleen Marshall LaGambina.

What is Garry Marshall's connection to Falcon Theatre?

The Falcon was founded in 1997 by the late director/writer/producer Garry Marshall (Happy Days, Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Valentine's Day) and his daughter Kathleen Marshall LaGambina.

Does Falcon Theatre still do Children's Shows?

The Falcon Theatre does not currently offer shows specifically for children.

Is that the original Zoltar in the lobby?

Yes, the original prop Zoltar from the movie Big is in the Falcon Lobby. Zoltar is not opperational; however, visitors can take photos!

Other Questions

Please see Patron Info

Staff

Kathleen Marshall LaGambina
Producer
818-955-5702
Sherry Greczmiel
Producer
818-955-8004
Mike Jespersen
Technical Director
818-955-8004
Sasha Venola
Marketing & PR Manager
818-955-8004
Joe Farley
House Manager & Production Assistant
818-955-8004
Gordon Vandenberg
Box Office Manager
818-955-8101
Amanda Smith
Box Office & Donation Requests
818-955-8101
Karah Britton
Box Office
818-955-8101
Cathy Berry
Accounting
Heather Hall
Executive Coordinator
Garry Marshall
Founder

Rentals

Falcon Seating Falcon Lobby

For Screenings, Stage Rentals, & Film and TV Shoots, please submit your request via Contact Us. You will be contacted regarding availability.

Screenings

Typically range from $800-$1500
+ deposit and insurance

Includes:

  • 130 seat theatre
  • 14' x 8' (16:9) screen
  • Panasonic PT-DW 5000 digital projector
  • DVD & Blu-ray player
  • DVCAM deck
  • 4 channel in-house mixer
  • Projectionist
  • House Manager
  • Parking attendant for our lot
  • Free on-site parking

Stage Rental

Starting at $2000
+ deposit and insurance

Includes:

  • 130 seat theatre
  • 2 large dressing rooms
  • Green room
  • Technician to run basic lighting or sound cues
  • House Manager
  • Parking attendant for our lot
  • Free on-site parking

Available for additional cost:

  • Spotlight
  • Projector and Screen
  • Piano
  • Mics

Film & TV Shoots

Starting at $3500