Press Release

I’m Falling in Love All the Time

The Agency Theater Collective is pleased to announce its spring production of the world premiere of I’m Falling In Love All The Time, written and performed by Jack Schultz and directed by Cordie Nelson, March 2  – March 31, at the The Pendulum Space, 1803 W Byron St #216. Opening night is Friday, March 2 at 10:00 p.m. The performance schedule is every Friday and Saturday in March at 10:00 p.m. The running time is 60 minutes, without intermission. Ticket prices are pay what you can with a $5 minimum $15 suggested donation. I’m Falling In Love All The Time

Coffee. Romance. Heroin. There’s a first time for everything and a last. In his heartfelt solo show, Jack Schultz weaves together personal stories of the highs and lows of love.

In the wake of an unexpected tragedy, Jack started to rely on coffee for a daily dose of dopamine. This new caffeine addiction inspired Jack to reevaluate his relationship with the pleasure chemical and write a show exploring his drug of choice. First kisses, long walks, and inevitable goodbyes, I’m Falling In Love All the Time asks, “What do we do with the love for the people we’ve lost?”

The artistic and production staff of I’m Falling In Love All The Time includes: Jack Schultz*, performer and playwright; Cordie Nelson, director; Sara Faye stage manager; Daimon Hampton, projection designer; Andrew Gallant, artistic director of The Agency; Sommer Austin, managing director of the Agency; and Tim Touhy, company manager of The Agency; Cody Lucas, marketing director and graphic designer of the Agency.

ABOUT JACK SCHULTZ, performer and playwright

Jack Schultz is a proud company member of The Agency Theatre Collective where he produces the Basement Series. Performance credits with The Agency include HellcabThe Spirit of ’76, and I Wish to Apologize to the People of Illinois. His storytelling has been seen throughout Chicago at events like Story Club Northside, The Moth StorySLAM, and The Best of No Shame Theater. Jack is an instructor at Green Shirt Studio and on staff with Sideshow Theatre Company.


Cordie Nelson is excited to be working once more with The Agency Theatre Collective on such a personal and important piece of art. She’s directed several pieces for their Basement Series and Assistant Directed Chagrin Falls with them fall 2016. She is a Meisner Instructor for Green Shirt Studio.


Founded in 2010, The Agency Theater Collective creates relevant, authentic work with a focus on new or rarely produced plays. Past productions include a new take on Will Kern’s Hellcab, Mia McCullough’s Chagrin Falls, Copi’s Four Twins, Clifford Odets’ Paradise LostOut of Tune Confessional, I Wish to Apologize to the People of IllinoisAt the CenterTruth in Context (Non-Equity Jeff Award nominee for Best New Work in 2015/2016) and The Spirit of ’76. The Agency also hosts “No Shame Theatre,” a weekly theatrical open mic, every Saturday night at The Lincoln Loft. The Agency Theater Collective hold the follow principles sacred: revelation, paradox, humor, mischief and collaboration.