Bryan Rafael Falcón
Bryan Rafael Falcón is a co-founder and Artistic Director at the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre in Tucson, Arizona. He graduated with an MFA in Directing from Western Illinois, and prior to the S&S he co-founded and ran two technology companies. Bryan’s first professional gig after college was running lights as a roadie for Ted Swartz so he is pleased to be working once again with this talented group.
At the S&S Bryan has directed Blood Wedding, My Life in Sports, Two Plays for Lost Souls: The Love Talker & The Yellow Wallpaper, Oscar Wilde’s Salomé, A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney, for which he won the 2017 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award for Best Director and There is a Happiness That Morning Is which was the winner of the 2018 Mac for Best Drama.
Bryan served as Artistic Director for two Indiana-based theatre companies, New World Arts and the Backporch Theatre Company. He served as a director and set designer for numerous shows, including The Carthaginians, Lysistrata, Cloud Tectonics, Night Mother, Bug, Marisol, Love Letters, Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, and Romeo and Juliet. In Tucson, Bryan has also directed at The Rogue Theatre, including The New Electric Ballroom and Awake and Sing. He was recognized as Best Director (2012 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award) for the show The Night Heron.