Susan Morgenstern directs the production, which will open Feb. 6. Landsberg is author of last year's hit play An Act of Love.
According to Falcon notes, "Surviving Sex tells the misadventures of Stan Cooper (played by Jeff Marlow), your average accountant with a not-your-average sex life. His quest for sexual understanding is thwarted by the cast of romantically-challenged characters in his life. Filled with eccentric encounters and lively liaisons, Stan's hilarious romp through the jungle of love shows us how different love and sex can really be. Life without romance may be a lot safer than surrendering to one's sexual needs…but certainly not funnier!"
Performances continue to March 1.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, playwright Landsberg is a Vietnam veteran who graduated from the University of Maryland and began his career in entertainment as an actor in 1972, appearing in numerous plays, TV series and movies. He turned to writing and worked as a producer and writer for "Blossom" on NBC and served as executive producer and head writer for two seasons on the innovative half-hour "Herman's Head" for the Fox Network. He was a consulting producer and writer on NBC's "John Larroquette Show," executive producer/head writer for "The Cosby Show" and executive producer of UPN's "Love Boat: The Next Wave." His voice can be heard as the father in Disney's award-winning cartoon, "Stanley."
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The Falcon Theatre is a 130-seat performing arts space located in the Burbank, CA, media district. Built by director-writer-producer Garry Marshall and his daughter Kathleen Marshall, the Falcon offers a five-play subscription series from August through April, in addition to family shows in the summer. The Falcon Theatre is located at 4252 Riverside Drive. Visit www.FalconTheatre.com.