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Fun Home
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Fun Home

Mar 01, 2015 - Sep 10, 2016
Running time: 1:45
PLAYING @
Circle in the Square
1633 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Subway: 1, C, E to 50th St
By Bus: Take the M7, M20, M50, or M104 bus.
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Frequently
Audience Advisory
Adult subject matter, sexual situations
Age Guidance: 16
Show Notes
No Intermission

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Four sections of wheelchair seats in the last row, no stairs required.
Seating
Theatre is 10 rows deep, with entrance at the level of the last row with no stairs. All rows in front of that require small stairs
Elevator\Escalator
There is an escalator down to the theatre level from the box office. An elevator is available that is accessible through the adjoining building, and an usher is available to escort patrons from the box office to the elevator.
Parking
SVI Permit. Lot: 50th St. between Broadway & 8th Ave. Valet parking garage: Arcade next to theater.
Entrance
Double doors (each 35") at street level to box office.Escalator or thirty steps down to lower levels. Alternate entrance: Doors (each 34") through 1633 Broadway office building to elevators. Theater staff must be alerted to allow person using elevator into lower levels of theater. Tickets must be purchased before entry to lower levels of theater.
Box Office
50th St. Ground floor. Counter 43".
Restroom
Womens: 1st lower level (theater level). Through double doors (on level ground near elevators) into hallway through door (33") to restrooms. Door 28.5". Stall door 22".Mens: 1st lower level. Door 25.5". Stall door 22.5".
Water Fountain
Theater lobby (1st lower level), next to bar. Spout 42" No clear space
Telephone
A telephone is located outside the washrooms.
Folding Armrests
No seats with folding armrests are available. There are four sections of wheelchair seats instead.

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

I can’t think of a recent musical — or play, for that matter — that has done a better job at finding theatrical expression for the wayward dynamics of remembering. That includes the now-you-see-now-you-don’t-aspect of David Zinn’s inspired in-the-round set, in which furniture materializes through trapdoors, as well as the ruthless clarity and sudden, obscuring dimness of Ben Stanton’s lighting.
But most important is the music, a career high for Ms. Tesori (“Violet,”“Caroline, or Change”), which captures both the nagging persistence of memory and its frustrating insubstantiality, with leitmotifs that tease and shimmer. (John Clancy did the nuanced orchestrations.) The music is woven so intricately into Ms. Kron’s time-juggling script that you’ll find yourself hard pressed to recall what exactly was said and what was sung.

-----New York Times
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Last season's best off-Broadway musical is now this season's best Broadway musical. Fun Home is the best Broadway musical in years.
Don't let the subject matter fool you. You might have heard that the Jeanine Tesori-Lisa Kron musical, adapted from the autobiographical "graphic novel" by Alison Bechdel, is about a lesbian cartoonist and her gay father who kills himself. That might not sound like a cheery way to spend a couple of hours, but don't be misled. Fun Home is an emotional roller-coaster ride, a grippingly heartwarming story mixed with some of the most smart and joyful musical numbers presently on Broadway.

-------Huffington Post


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The celebrated Broadway veteran Kuhn, whose stage time is brief, nearly steals the show with her 11 o'clock number, "Days and Days," a startlingly gorgeous anthem about living in a way that makes you happy.Cerveris, meanwhile, delivers his most richly nuanced work in years. His final scene, a car ride with Malone's drily hilarious and conflicted adult Alison, is a shattering, edge-of-your-seat, heart-pounding tour de force. These two performers create an unforgettable moment in an unforgettable show, one that will leave theatergoers shaken to the core — and perhaps wanting to call up their parents to say, "I love you." In an era of jukebox musicals, there's only one thing left to say: Thank God Fun Home is on Broadway.

------TheatreMania
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ARTICLES

I Cried at 'Fun Home,' But Not for the Usual Reasons

Aug 09, 2016

A writer shares her personal connection to the Tony-winning musical

This Musical is More Moving in the Round

Apr 08, 2015

Inside the new design of Broadway's "Fun Home"