February 19 - 24

The Lincoln Center Theater Production of Falsettos


Broadway Series, Ordway Music Theater

“An exceptional production of a perfect musical.”
– The New York Times

“Game-changing and heart-shattering.”
Time Out New York

Love makes a family. Falsettos revolves around the life of a charming, intelligent, neurotic gay man named Marvin, his wife, his lover, his about-to-be-Bar-Mitzvahed son, their psychiatrist, and the lesbians next door. It’s a hilarious and achingly poignant look at the infinite possibilities that make up a modern family.

Eden Espinosa, Thatcher Jacobs, and Max von Essen in Falsettos. Photo by Joan Marcus.

William Finn and James Lapine’s Tony Award-winning musical arrives in Saint Paul from the creative forces behind The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling BeeLittle Miss SunshineSunday in the Park with GeorgeInto the WoodsHedwig and the Angry Inch, and TV hit So You Think You Can Dance. Leading the National Company are Broadway superstars Nick Adams (La Cage aux Folles and Priscilla Queen of the Desert) as Whizzer, Eden Espinosa (Wicked, Brooklyn The Musical, and Rent) as Trina, and Max von Essen (An American in Paris, Tony Award-nominee, Evita, and Les Misérables) as Marvin.

 

Cast

Nick Adams
Nick Adams
Whizzer
 
Nick Blaemire
Nick Blaemire
Mendel
 
Audrey Cardwell
Audrey Cardwell
Cordelia
 
Eden Espinosa
Eden Espinosa
Trina
 
Bryonha Marie Parham
Bryonha Marie Parham
Dr. Charlotte
 
Max Von Essen
Max Von Essen
Marvin
 

Ordway Extras

Pre-Show Extra

Wednesday, February 20
6:30–7:00pm | Drake Room

A panel discussion titled “Gay parenting then and now: the original modern family.” Join Rod Kaats, the Ordway’s Producing Artistic Director, for a free flowing conversation about the unique perspective of gay parents, on Broadway and in real life.

Post-Show Talkback

Wednesday, February 20
Post-Show | Target Atrium

Stick around following the performance for a post-show Q&A with members of the Falsettos cast.

 

[Falsettos] is about a family and a husband and wife, and that’s about as small and regular and normal everyday life as we can get… But then it’s about these enormous ideas that sit above that, like what it is to be a family, to be human, to love, to parent, to connect with another person.”
– Producer Jordan Roth

Read more on the Ordway blog →

 

Accessible Performances

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Open Captioning

Thursday, February 21, 2019 | 7:30PM

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ASL and Audio Description

Saturday, February 23, 2019 | 2:00PM

Recommended Music Theater seating locations for ASL-Interpreted performances (subject to availability):

  • ORCHESTRA RIGHT, ROW G, SEATS 307-310
  • ORCHESTRA RIGHT, ROW H, SEATS 308-311
  • ORCHESTRA RIGHT, ROW J, SEATS 309-312