Robert Cuccioli, Rita Harvey, and Lauren Cohn, Lead the Cast of New York Regional Premiere of Fun Home

Production Photos   Robert Cuccioli, Rita Harvey, and Lauren Cohn, Lead the Cast of New York Regional Premiere of Fun Home
 
The White Plains Performing Arts Center production of the Tony-winning musical began performances October 12.
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Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde) stars as Bruce Bechdel in White Plains Performing Arts Center's New York regional premiere of Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron's Fun Home, leading a cast that also includes Rita Harvey (Fiddler on the Roof) and Lauren Cohn (Mamma Mia!) as Helen and Alison, respectively.

The production continues at WPPAC through October 28.

Rounding out the company are Catherine Ashmore Bradley (A Christmas Story) and Serena Parrish sharing the role of Small Alison, Wyatt Cirbus (Finding Neverland) as Christian, Elliot Fishman (Kinky Boots) as John, Jessica Mosher as Joan, Megan O’Callaghan as Medium Alison, and Ian Smith as Roy, Mark, Pete, and Bobby.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Musical, Fun Home centers on graphic novelist Alison as she attempts to piece together the story of her own coming out and her complicated relationship with her father. The musical features a Tony-winning score and book, written by composer Jeanine Tesori and book writer and lyricist Lisa Kron, adapted from the graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel.

WPPAC's Fun Home is helmed by Amy Griffin, with choreography by Lexie Fennell Frare and musical direction by Stephen Ferri. Griffin leads a creative team that includes scenic designers Christopher and Justin Swader, lighting designer Jamie Roderick, costume designer Molly Seidel, sound designer Emma Wilk, and stage manager Kellie McMenemon.

For more information, visit WPPAC.com.

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