There is big news to be that “Fun Home” has won the best musical at the 69th annual Tony Award, in New York on Sunday night. It was a winning night all about for the characters of this stage drama. The biggest theme, maybe, is sexual direction, gender position, suicide and emotional abused.
It tied for the winnings show on Broadway this season with the British import “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” which has also won five awards, as well as best play. Cerveris won his second Tony award for playing the closeted and desperate father at the heart of “Fun Home”.
Songwriters Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron became the first female writing team to steal a Tony for musical score for “Fun Home.” But that milestone occurred during a commercial break and viewers can never saw it.
Show also highlights came as Joel Grey, who recently proclaimed that he was gay, which introduced in Fun Home with his daughter, Jennifer Grey, who joke that the show was about a lively and complicated father.
A Family Tragic comic is a 2006 graphic description by the American writer Alison Bechtel. It tell the history the author’s childhood and youth in country Pennsylvania, United States, focal point on her complex relationship with her father.
The story concern Bechtel’s relationship with her gay father and her attempts to open out the mysteries close to his life. It has been called the first typical musical about a young lesbian. It is the first Broadway musical with a lesbian character.
This stage drama based on real story of author. The emotional show found on Alison Bechtel’s graphic novel biography. It is about growing up with a closeted dad in a funeral home.
Fun Home, as well as a book and lyrics by Lisa Kron and music by Jeanine Tesori, it relates between three different actresses playing the speaker as she shifts through her memory for hints about her father, role by Tony winner Michael Cerveris.
Bruce Bechdel was an English teacher and director of the town fun home, which Alison and her family show to as the “Fun Home.” It was not until college that Alison, who had just come out as a lesbian, exposed that her father was also gay. A few weeks after this exposure, he was dead, leaving as in inheritance of secrecy for his daughter to resolve.