The Maltese Falcon

“The Maltese Falcon” by Dashiell Hammett is a
classic hardboiled detective novel that follows the
story of private investigator Sam Spade in 1920s
San Francisco. Spade is a tough, no-nonsense
detective with a sharp wit and a keen eye for
deception. When a mysterious woman enters his
office and asks for his help in finding a valuable
statuette known as the Maltese Falcon, Spade is
drawn into a web of intrigue, greed, and betrayal.
As he navigates a labyrinth of cunning criminals and
deceitful characters, Spade must unravel the truth
behind the elusive Falcon and stay one step ahead of
danger to solve the case. With its gritty prose, complex
characters, and atmospheric setting, “The Maltese Falcon”
is a quintessential example of the hardboiled detective
genre and a timeless classic in American literature.

The play is set in a 1930’s Radio Station in NYC,
with the actors performing live in front of the studio
audience (You), with live music and songs from the era.