Fun Home Cast, Creators to Reunite for 10th Anniversary Reunion Concerts | Playbill

Streaming Fun Home Cast, Creators to Reunite for 10th Anniversary Reunion Concerts

The special event will benefit LGBTQIA+ non-profit Outright International and will be streamed.

Sydney Lucas, Beth Malone, and Emily Skeggs in Fun Home Joan Marcus

Best Musical winner Fun Home will see all of Pennsylvania and around the world as it streams two 10th anniversary reunion concerts January 8. Both the 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM performances will stream live via Stellar with in-person tickets already sold out.

Much of the original cast will be on hand to reprise their performances, including Beth Malone as Alison, Michael Cerveris as Bruce, Judy Kuhn as Helen, and Roberta Colindrez as Joan. Original cast member Joél Pérez will reprise his performance as Roy, Mark, Pete, and Bobby Jeremy at the 9:30 PM performance, with Perry Sherman (who was an understudy on Broadway) handling the 6:30 show. Emily Skeggs, who replaced as Middle Alison during the musical's Off-Broadway run and originated the role for the Broadway bow, will reprise her performance at both concerts.

They will be joined by Colette Goodman as Small Alison, Jasper Burger as Christian, and Lincoln Cohen as John. Composer Jeanine Tesori, lyricist and book writer Lisa Kron, music director Chris Fenwick, and director Sam Gold will also be on hand for the event.

Benefitting LGBTQIA+ non-profit Outright International, the concerts will mark 10 years since the musical finished its world premiere run at the Public.

Based on Alison Bechdel's autobiographical graphic novel of the same name, Fun Home tracks Bechdel's unusual childhood and adolescence as a young gay woman, raised by a troubled and often difficult father who Bechdel later found out was a closeted gay man himself. Following the 2013 world premiere Off-Broadway run, which was extended into January 2014, the musical made the jump to Broadway in 2015, winning five Tony awards including Best Musical. Tesori and Kron's win for their score and book made history as the first time an all-female writing team took both categories.

Tickets for both streaming concerts, being produced by West Fulton Arts, are available at

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