Alison is 9, begging her father to play with her. She is 19, overcome by the aching and joyous pain of first love. She is 43, an out lesbian hunting for the truth of her brilliant, volatile, and closeted father’s life and death. She is all three at once, trying to untangle the central mystery of her childhood: How did she survive their shared hometown, when her father could not? With a score that ranges from exuberant 70s pop to aching melodies and dissonant harmonies of characters longing to be known, Fun Home is the Tony Award-winning story of a daughter and father, of coming out and coming to terms with a life shaped by a family’s secrets.
Runtime: Approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes with no intermission
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Environment Warnings: This production of Fun Home includes a moment of very bright lights.
Fun Home is generously underwritten by Susan and Dixon Butler.
Jeanine Tesori is a composer of musical theatre, opera, television and film. She won the Tony Award for Best Score (with book writer & lyricist Lisa Kron) for the musical Fun Home in 2015. Her other musicals include Caroline, or Change (with Tony Kushner); Shrek The Musical (with David Lindsay-Abaire); Thoroughly Modern Millie (with Dick Scanlan); Violet (with Brian Crawley); and Soft Power (with David Henry Hwang) which was her second work, after Fun Home, to be a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Her latest opera Blue (libretto by Tazewell Thompson) received the Music Critics Association of North America Award for Best New Opera. Along with Missy Mazzoli, she is one of the first women to be commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera. In addition to her work as a composer, Jeanine is the founding Artistic Director of New York City Center’s Encores! Off-Center series, was the Supervising Vocal Producer for Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story, and is a lecturer in music at the Yale School of Drama. Her latest musical Kimberly Akimbo will open on Broadway in Fall 2022.
(As of June 2022)
Lisa Kron wrote the book and lyrics for the musical Fun Home, with music by composer Jeanine Tesori, which won five Tony Awards in 2015 including Best Book, Best Score, and Best Musical, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Lisa’s other plays include In the Wake, Well, and the Obie Award-winning 2.5 Minute Ride. As an actor, she received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in Well and a Lucille Lortel Award for her turn in the Foundry Theatre’s acclaimed production of Good Person of Szechuan. She is the recipient of Guggenheim, Sundance, and MacDowell fellowships; a Doris Duke Performing Artists Award; a CalArts Herb Alpert Award; a Helen Merrill Award; the Kleban Prize for libretto writing; and grants from Creative Capital and New York Foundation for the Arts. Lisa is also a founding member of the Obie and Bessie Award-winning collaborative theatre company The Five Lesbian Brothers. Since 2010, she has served on the Council of Dramatists Guild of America. During the 2020-2021 season, Studio digitally produced her play 2.5 Minute Ride.
(As of June 2022)
David Muse is in his thirteenth season as Artistic Director of Studio Theatre, where he has directed Cock (the in-person and digital productions), The Children, The Remains, The Effect, The Father, Constellations, Chimerica, Murder Ballad, Belleville, Tribes, The Real Thing, An Iliad, Dirt, Bachelorette, The Habit of Art, Venus in Fur, Circle Mirror Transformation, reasons to be pretty, Blackbird, Frozen, and The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow. As Studio’s Artistic Director, he has produced 109 productions; established Studio R&D, its new work incubator; significantly increased artist compensation; created The Cabinet, an artist advisory board; and overseen Open Studio, a $20M expansion and upgrade of Studio’s four-theatre complex. Previously, he was Associate Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, where he has directed nine productions, including Richard III, Henry V, Coriolanus, and King Charles III (a co-production with American Conservatory Theater and Seattle Rep). Other directing projects include Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune at Arena Stage, The Bluest Eye at Theatre Alliance, and Patrick Page's Swansong at the New York Summer Play Festival. He has helped to develop new work at numerous theatres, including New York Theatre Workshop, Geva Theatre Center, Arena Stage, New Dramatists, and The Kennedy Center. David has taught acting and directing at Georgetown, Yale, and the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy of Classical Acting. A nine-time Helen Hayes Award nominee for Outstanding Direction, he is a recipient of the DC Mayor’s Arts Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist and the National Theatre Conference Emerging Artist Award. David is a graduate of Yale University and the Yale School of Drama.
(As of June 2022)
Andrea Prestinario (she/her) is making her Studio Theatre debut. Regional credits include Alison in Fun Home at Baltimore Center Stage, Eliza in My Fair Lady and Martha in 1776 at Asolo Repertory Theatre, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls and Alison in Fun Home at Weston Theater Company, Eliza in My Fair Lady and Maureen in Rent at Paramount Theatre, Louise in Gypsy at Drury Lane Theatre, and Gertie in Oklahoma! at Lyric Opera Chicago. Additionally, Andrea has performed at New York Theatre Workshop, Lincoln Center Theatre, The York Theatre Company, Gulfshore Playhouse, Writers Theatre, and Marriott Theatre, among others. She received a Jeff Award for her work as Violet in Side Show at Boho Theatre. Television credits include roles on Succession and Law & Order. A graduate of Ball State University and The School at Steppenwolf, she is the co-founder of Ring of Keys, a nonprofit artist service organization amplifying queer women and trans artists working in musical theatre. andreaprestinario.com. On social media @andreaprestinario (Instagram).
Maya Jacobson (she/her) is an actor and writer making her Studio debut. Her recent theatre credits include Fiddler on the Roof at Lyric Opera of Chicago, A Walk on the Moon at George Street Playhouse, and Fidler Afn Dakh at National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. Maya can also be seen as Angela in the web series Mordeo for Crypt TV. She is a member of The Mamales, a Yiddish trio that performs nationwide, and has been featured in The Forward and Hey Alma. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Boston Conservatory at Berklee. mayajacobson.net On social media @_mayajacobson (Instagram).
Quinn Titcomb is a ten-year-old actress from South Florida. Her favorite theater credits include the Broadway national tours of Waitress as Lulu, The Sound of Music as Gretl, Les Misérables as Little Cosette, and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical as Cindy Lou Who. She has also performed in numerous regional and local productions at Broward Center for the Performing Arts including appearing in Annie as Molly, Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical as Matilda, and A Christmas Carol as Tiny Tim. Quinn most recently worked alongside Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal on the development of the new Broadway-bound musical Norma Rae. Her television and film credits include Alice in Theater Camp from Searchlight pictures, coming to theaters July 2023 and starring Ben Platt, Noah Galvin, Molly Gordon, and Amy Sedaris. Winner of Sundance U.S Dramatic Special Jury Award: Ensemble for Theater Camp.
Bobby Smith was last seen at Studio Theatre in A Class Act. His other Studio credits include The Long Christmas Ride Home; Reefer Madness: The Musical!; Jerry Springer: The Opera; Grey Gardens; and Caroline, or Change. He appeared on Broadway in Crazy for You and The World Goes ’Round. His Off Broadway credits include Forever Plaid and Of Thee I Sing. He traveled in the first national tours of Brigadoon and The World Goes ’Round. He has performed at Signature Theatre in almost 30 shows including Grand Hotel: The Musical, Passion, A Little Night Music, Titanic, Simply Sondheim, Company, Assassins, She Loves Me, Midwestern Gothic, Road Show, La Cage aux Folles, and No Place to Go. He was recently seen in Two Jews Walk Into a War... at Theater J. He has received three Helen Hayes Awards and been nominated 19 times. He has received the 2019 Anderson/Hopkins Award. Bobby teaches at Catholic University of America and has a Vizsla named Mabel.
Rebecca Pitcher is best known for her portrayal of Christine Daaé in The Phantom of the Opera. Described as having “a glorious voice, and a luminous presence,” Rebecca appeared in over 3,000 performances of Phantom including on Broadway, the US national tour, and in Singapore. Other performances include the award-winning A Little Night Music at Barrington Stage Company, the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of Carousel, The Sound of Music national tour, An American in Paris international tour , Mary Poppins and She Loves Me at Beck Center for the Arts, Annie at Northern Stage, Camelot at Goodspeed, Street Scene at ECT, The Magic Flute at Pittsburgh Opera, and La Rondine at Pittsburgh Opera. Concert performances include Mozart’s Mass in C Minor, Carmina Burana, Requiem by John Rutter, and Handel’s Messiah. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2011 as the soprano soloist in The Golden Boy composed by Freddie Mercury.
August Scott McFeaters is an actor, singer-songwriter, and composer. August’s theatrical credits include A Christmas Carol at Ford’s Theatre, Aladdin at Herbert Hoover Theatre, and Tosca and Carmen with the Washington National Opera. August’s on-camera credits are TV's Preston Playz episode “Hide and Seek” and commercials for Museum of the Bible, AARP, LGND, and Whip Smart. August is an accomplished pianist and flutist and was an award winner for composition in the National PTA’s Reflections competition. youtube.com/@AugustScottMusic
Teddy Schechter is thrilled to be making his professional theatrical debut at Studio Theater. He loves to dance and is a member of C & C Dance Company’s show troop team for lyrical, musical theater, contortion, tap, ballet, jazz, and acro. His routines have earned him first place lyrical and overall top score awards. He also loves acting; his theatre credits include The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Shrek The Musical, Peter Pan, and Metropolis. Teddy is a vocal student of Maureen Brown.
Adante Carter (he/him) is an artist and creative originally from the Black Hills of South Dakota. Some favorite credits include Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls First National Tour, Berger in HAIR at Serenbe Playhouse, Sonny in Xanadu at Hangar Theatre, Newsies at Maltz Jupiter Theatre, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Gulfshore Playhouse, and Sweetee at Signature Theatre Company. adante-carter.com. On social media @adantecarter (Instagram).
Tyler Hardwick’s Broadway credits include Once On This Island and Motown the Musical. National tours include Once On This Island, Dreamgirls, and Motown the Musical. New York credits include The Tempest, Bliss, and Popstar. Regional credits include Choir Boy at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; Hair at The Old Globe; Marie, Dancing Still at The 5th Avenue Theatre; and Rent at Casa Mañana Theatre. Television and Film credits include Pose on FX, NBC’s The Blacklist, Pull Out, The 72nd Annual Tony Awards, and Good Morning America 3 (solo segment). On social media @tylerhar (Instagram).
Thani Brant (they/them) is an actor and writer based in New York City. Their recent theatre credits include Notes From Now at 59E59 Theaters, The Tempest at Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and Spring Awakening at Northern Stage. They are a graduate of the University of Michigan with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a Minor in Musical Theatre Composition. thanibrant.com
Erin Granfield (she/her) is an actor and singer who performs regularly in the DMV area and beyond. Credits include the first national tour of Susan Stroman’s production of The Music Man (ensemble/Marian Paroo us/performed). Locally, she’s recently been seen as The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, Louise Seger in Always…Patsy Cline, Mevroux Van Tassle in Ichabod: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Agnes Davis in On Air, and Elmira in Nevermore, all at Creative Cauldron. Erin played Francesca Johnson in the DC/Baltimore regional theatre premiere of The Bridges of Madison County at Red Branch Theatre Company. She was a top award winner in the YoungArts Competition as well as a Presidential Scholar in the Arts semifinalist. Erin is a graduate of Northwestern University.
Allison Fitzgerald (she/they) is a DC-based singer and actor. Her theatre credits include Elegies: A Song Cycle at The Keegan Theatre, The Rocky Horror Show at Iron Crow Theatre, Little Women at Montgomery Summer Dinner Theatre, and Next to Normal at Catholic University. allisonfitzgerald.net.
Jules Kanarek (they/them) is making their professional theatre debut at Studio this summer in Fun Home! Jules is an actor, singer, and competition dancer. Their past theatre credits include a radio adaptation of A Christmas Carol at Silver Spring Stage. Jules is also featured in Fearless, a devised video art piece, filmed in D.C. They are represented by Innovative Artists and DDO Print. You can follow Jules at @JazzyJulesy (Instagram).
Keith Richards (he/him) makes his Studio debut in Fun Home. DC credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (Helen Hayes Award Best Ensemble) at Constellation Theatre Company; Children of Eden at The Kennedy Center; Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at Imagination Stage; Oliver! and Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach (Helen Hayes Award Best Ensemble) at Adventure Theatre MTC; and Dorian’s Closet at Rep Stage. National tours include Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! with The Kennedy Center, J.M Barrie's Peter Pan with 360 Entertainment, and A Christmas Carol with Nebraska Theatre Caravan. Regional credits include Shakespeare in Love at Virginia Rep; 9 to 5 and A Tale of Two Cities at Barter Theatre; The Odd Couple at Mill Mountain Theatre; Hello, Dolly! and Pirates of Penzance at Music Theater Works of Chicago; Television credits include American Titans, The Sultan and the Saint, Deadly Demands. keitharichards.com On social media @keithrichardsactor (Instagram)
Camilo Linares (he/him/his) makes his Studio Theatre debut. He is originally from Bogotá, Colombia and currently resides in the Washington DC area where he works as an actor, photographer, videographer, editor, musician, and teaching artist. Selected credits include Mojada at 1st Stage; The Day You Begin at The Kennedy Center; Picasso, La Tía Julia y el escribidor, La vida es sueño, VolcanO at GALA Hispanic Theatre; Theory at Mosaic Theater Company; and Òyeme, the Beautiful at Imagination Stage. Camilo holds an associate of arts degree in theatre performance from Montgomery College and is a graduate of the British American Drama Academy. He was a Dreamer and none of this would be possible without DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and perseverance. "You either make progress or excuses." Learn more at camilolinares.com
Debra Booth has a long history with Studio, where she has set designed People, Places and Things; Pass Over; Translations; The Wolves; The Father; The Hard Problem; Constellations; The Apple Family Cycle; Jumpers for Goalposts; Cock; Bachelorette; and many others. Her regional credits include Sooner/Later and Vicuña & The American Epilogue at Mosaic Theater Company; Small Mouth Sounds at Round House Theatre; Richard III (Helen Hayes nomination), The Lover and The Collection at the Shakespeare Theatre Company; Marisol at Hartford Stage and The Public Theater; Trying, The Illusion, and Happy Days at Portland Center Stage; the New York premiere of Angels in America at The Juilliard School; Broken Glass at Philadelphia Theatre Company (Barrymore Award nomination); and A Moon for the Misbegotten at Yale Rep. Debra is the recipient of a DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Artist Fellowship and a National Endowment for the Arts design grant. She is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.
Sarah Cubbage's Studio credits include Kings, The Wolves, and The Hard Problem. Favorite designs include Crazy for You directed by Susan Stroman at David Geffen Hall; Triumph of Love and Hippolyte et Aricie directed by Stephen Wadsworth at The Juilliard School; and Beauty & The Beast for Disney Creative Entertainment. Off Broadway credits include work with Soho Rep, Theater for the New City, Aquila Theatre, Urban Stages, New Ohio Theatre, and Atlantic Theater Company. Regional credits include The Tempest (co-directed by Aaron Posner & Teller) and Spring Awakening at Round House Theatre; A Chorus Line at Signature Theatre; That Face at Baltimore Center Stage; The Lily’s Revenge at American Repertory Theater; Disgraced and In The Next Room at Syracuse Stage; King John at Folger Theatre; The Crucible and Labour of Love at Olney Theatre Center; Unseen at Mosaic Theater Company; and Compulsion or the House Behind at Theater J. Member USA 829. sarahcubbage.com
Brian Tovar is a Drama Desk-nominated lighting designer who has created original work for major Off Broadway and regional theaters. His body of work spans theater, dance, installations, live events, and music, including recent and upcoming projects with Sam Smith and Mariah Carey. Brian has developed and collaborated on multiple groundbreaking and award-winning live experiences, earning multiple Clio Awards. He is a frequent collaborator with the City of New York and has designed multiple art installations across the city. BrianTovarDesign.com. On social media @BrianTovarDesign (Instagram).
Gordon Nimmo-Smith (he/him) is a Maryland-based sound engineer and designer. Recent sound designs include Nate The Great at Imagination Stage; How The Light Gets In at 1st Stage; The Last Five Years, The 39 Steps, and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (for which he received a Helen Hayes nomination) at Constellation Theatre Company; The Revolutionists at Prologue Theatre; Maz and Bricks, In The Middle of the Fields at Solas Nua; Chemical Exile, Distance Frequencies, and The Toxic Avenger at Rorschach Theatre. By day, Gordon works as the Audio/Video and Stage Operations Supervisor for Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Darren R. Cohen (Musical Director) returns to Studio after music directing Murder Ballad. Broadway/Off Broadway credits include A Chorus Line; Chicago; Fosse; Woman Songwriters at Carnegie Hall with Michael Feinstein; Make Me A Song (original cast recording); Zombie Prom (original cast recording); Anyone Can Whistle; A…My Name Is Still Alice; Carnival; The Fantasticks; And the World Goes ’Round; Nunsense; Show Me Where the Good Times Are; Oh, Boy!; and Bar Mitzvah Boy. Darren’s favorite regional and summer theatres are Barrington Stage Company (where he is an Associate Artist), Sacramento Music Circus, Baltimore Center Stage, Goodspeed Musicals, North Shore Music Theatre, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse, The MUNY, and Asolo Repertory Theatre. Darren was also the musical director for the Association of National Olympic Committees (NBC) at Constitution Hall. He is the author of The Complete Professional Audition (published by Random House) and is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and the Vermont College of Fine Arts. darrenRcohen.com
Ashleigh King is a DC based director, choreographer, and performer. She is the associate director for the national tour of Jenn Weber’s The Hip Hop Nutcracker. Her regional credits include choreography for ‘Bov Water, Spring Awakening, and Spamalot at Northern Stage, and Mamma Mia! at Virginia Rep (RTCC award). Among her DC area creative credits are Which Way to the Stage at Signature Theatre (Helen Hayes nomination); Grace at Ford’s Theatre; Teenage Dick and Fairview at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; The World Goes ‘Round at Olney Theatre Center; Seussical and Legally Blonde (Helen Hayes Award Winner) at Keegan Theatre; Nate the Great at Imagination Stage and Make Way for Ducklings at Adventure Theatre.
Chelsea Pace (she/her) is an intimacy choreographer, intimacy coordinator, and consultant. Following People, Places & Things earlier this season, this is Chelsea's fourth show at Studio, where she also serves as the Resident Intimacy Consultant and Choreographer. Theatre credits include A Strange Loop currently running on Broadway; Help at The Shed; Bundle of Sticks at INTAR; RENT, Detroit '67, and Daphne's Dive at Signature Theatre; and A Strange Loop at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. She is Resident Intimacy Consultant and Choreographer at Signature Theatre and Resident Intimacy Consultant at Woolly Mammoth. Chelsea’s intimacy coordination work for TV and film includes The Tender Bar and Harlem, and the forthcoming series A League of Their Own and The Best Man: The Final Chapters. Chelsea is the co-founder of Theatrical Intimacy Education and the author of Staging Sex: Best Practices, Tools, and Techniques for Theatrical Intimacy. In 2021, she received the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for her work in intimacy choreography and building consent-based pedagogies. chelseapace.com
Adrien-Alice Hansel (she/her) is the Literary Director at Studio, where she has dramaturged the world premieres of Good Bones, John Proctor is the Villain, I Hate it Here, Queen of Basel, No Sisters, I Wanna Fucking Tear You Apart, Red Speedo, Dirt, Lungs, and The History of Kisses, among others, as well as productions of Clyde's, English, Heroes of the Fourth Turning, The Hot Wing King, White Noise, Tender Age, Flow, Until the Flood, 2.5 Minute Ride, Cry It Out, Translations, Curve of Departure, Wig Out!, Straight White Men, Hedda Gabler, Jumpers for Goalposts, Bad Jews (twice), The Apple Family Cycle, Invisible Man, Sucker Punch, The Golden Dragon, and The New Electric Ballroom, among others. Prior to joining Studio, she spent eight seasons at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, where she headed the literary department and coordinated project scouting, selection, and development for the Humana Festival of New American Plays. She is the co-editor of eight anthologies of plays from Actors Theatre and editor of 11 editions of plays through Studio. Adrien-Alice holds an MFA from the Yale School of Drama.
John Keith Hall has stage managed many productions at Studio including English, Bad Jews, Choir Boy, Cock, Water by the Spoonful, Tribes, The Habit of Art, Torch Song Trilogy, 4000 Miles, In the Red and Brown Water, The History Boys, and The Road to Mecca. Other DC area credits include Ain’t No Mo’, Where We Belong, Shipwreck, The Peculiar Patriot, Gloria, Familiar, Hir, An Octoroon, and The Nether at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; The Producers, Mary Poppins, Sweeney Todd, Annie, The Crucible, On the Town, Matilda the Musical, Cabaret, and Beauty and the Beast at Olney Theatre Center; Show Way at the Kennedy Center TYA; Ain’t Misbehavin’, Soon, and West Side Story at Signature Theatre. His regional credits include over 40 productions as Resident Stage Manager at the Barter Theatre as well as Shadowlands Stage, Virginia Musical Theatre, and Contemporary American Theatre Festival.
Lauren Pekel (she/her) returns to Studio Theatre after last stage managing Good Bones. Some of her favorite Studio credits include People, Places & Things, Doubt, Cry It Out, Vietgone, P.Y.G. or the Mis-Edumacation of Dorian Belle, Skeleton Crew, The Father, and No Sisters. Her DC theatre credits include productions with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Signature Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Theater J, Mosaic Theater, Theater Alliance, and the Kennedy Center. Regionally, she has worked with the San Francisco Opera’s Merola Opera Program, the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and Skylight Music Theater in Milwaukee, among others. Lauren is an alumna of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s Theatre Program, with a BFA in Stage Management, and is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.
Taylor Kiechlin’s DC credits include Into the Woods and Passing Strange at Signature Theatre; Born Yesterday, A Christmas Carol, 12 Angry Men, Into the Woods, Fences, Silent Sky, Guys and Dolls, and Come From Away: Concert at the Lincoln Memorial at Ford’s Theatre; Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie at The Kennedy Center; and Nathan the Wise and Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story at Theatre J. Regional credits include Godspell at the Great Lakes Center for the Arts; The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Quartet, Times Stands Still, The Producers, and Triumph of Love at Bristol Riverside Theatre; and Moscow x6 at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
McCorkle Casting continues to strive for inclusivity and social awareness during it’s 35 year history in casting and is pleased to be associated with this production. Broadway: Over 50 productions including, On The Town, Amazing Grace, End of the Rainbow, A Few Good Men. etc. Off Broadway: Over 60 productions: Highlights; Tribes, Our Town, Driving Miss Daisy. Regional Theatre: Guthrie, Barrington Stage, George Street Playhouse, CATF and hundreds of regional theatres throughout the country. Feature films: Currently casting six films for theatrical release. Previous project highlights: Premium Rush, Ghost Town, The Thomas Crown Affair, Die Hard with a Vengeance, etc. Television: 3 new films for Hallmark, Twisted, Sesame Street, Californication (Emmy Nomination), Chappelle’s Show, Strangers with Candy etc. mccorklecasting.com
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Fun Home: Synopsis