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By Richard Lipez Who would have thought that Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, one of the most moving, brave-hearted books of the last ten years, would somehow evolve into one of the smartest, most rousingly heartbreaking musicals of the decade?
But this is what has happened at the Public Theater in New York City, where Lisa Kron (book and lyrics) and Jeanine Tesori (music), along with a perfect director and cast, have turned Bechdel’s graphic memoir about one deeply troubled Beech Creek family’s life in the 1970s into a memorable theatrical event.
Yet in the hands of the talented and sensitive pros who took on the task, the complex saga of Alison’s lesbian coming out and her closeted gay father’s emotional struggles and eventual suicide reveal a dramatic arc that’s as full of musical possibilities as any stage work.Record photo – Jeannine Lipez " data-medium-file=" data-large-file=" class="size-medium wp-image-492" alt="Fun-House_131105" src=" width="600" height="398" srcset=" sizes="(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px" /This is former Bechdel Funeral Home along Route 150 in Beech Creek, the Fun Home where Alison Bechdel and her two brothers spent much of their time while growing up in the 1970s. The building had served as a day care center but Redmond transferred that business to Blanchard.