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May 19-28, 2023


Hilarious, heartbreaking and utterly unique, Falsettos is a contemporary groundbreaking
Tony-award winning musical from William Finn and James Lapine who were the team behind
the successful 2018 FPT production of A New Brain. Falsettos is about family,
relationships, bar mitzvahs, and baseball and spans from the early ‘80s through the early days of
the AIDS crisis. Following in the footsteps of other Front Porch Theatricals musicals, this show
will make you laugh and maybe cry as it takes a poignant look at the infinite possibilities that
make up a modern family. Falsettos is a beautiful reminder that love can tell a million
stories. Falsettos premiered on Broadway in 1992 and was nominated for seven Tony Awards,
winning those for Best Book and Best Original Score. The musical was revived on Broadway in 2016
starring Christian Borle (from Mt. Lebanon) and Andrew Rannells.

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Rob James


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Ashley Harmon


Deana Muro 

Music Director

The cast of Falsettos

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Chad Elder



Sal Bucci


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Justin Borak



Natalie Hatcher

Dr. Charlotte

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Jenna Kantor


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Lindsay Bayer


Matthew Frontz


Dan Mayhak

Swing: Marvin/Whizzer/Mendel

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Liv Poole

Swing: Jason

Anna Gergerich

Swing: Trina/Cordelia/Dr. Charlotte

↓ Read the Reviews ↓

“Director Rob James gets everything right about this show. The sensitivity of the subject matter, the drama, the wit. It was masterful.”
Mike Buzzelli, Burgh Vivant

“Falsettos is the real deal; excellent music sung by remarkable talent, weaving together a compelling story that’s both hilarious and tear-jerking.”
Prentis Orr, Entertainment Central

"The cast of seven pushes all our emotional buttons and sings the heck out of Finn’s Tony-winning score. The music persists like a runaway train ... with a breather only for intermission and a few notable solos."
Sharon Eberson, onStage Pittsburgh

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