"Fun Home" - The Company Theatre (Norwell) - POSTPONED!

The Company Theatre (of Norwell)

Presents Tony Award-Winning Show 



Book and Lyrics by Lisa Kron. Music by Jeanine Tesori based on Alison Bechdel's memoir.

Directed by Zoe Bradford and Jordie Saucerman. Music Directed by Matthew Stern. Choreographer Sally Ashton Forrest.

Cast Includes: Aimee Doherty, Riley Crockett, Jaclyn Chylinski, Michael Hammond, Amy Barker, Melissa Carubia, John Crampton, Charlie Flaherty, Owen Veith.


Dear Patrons,

As of Saturday, March 14th, The Company Theatre will temporarily close all operations. Our current plan is to re-open our box office on Wednesday, March 25th and run our remaining performances of Fun Home March 26 – 29. 

TCT's creative team, cast and crew have created an extraordinary piece of theatre. We will make every effort to have it performed beyond opening night. Please check our website in case we must move our dates beyond March.

If you are holding tickets for any of our cancelled performances, please contact the box office to reschedule. You may email boxoffice@companytheatre.com or call 781-871-2787 and leave a message. We appreciate your patience.

We will update this message as necessary to comply with CDC and Commonwealth of Massachusetts guidelines regarding the COVID-19 virus outbreak. 


The Company Theatre Staff and the Cast of Fun Home

For more information, visit www.companytheatre.com or call the box office at 781-871-2787.

"This first-of-its-kind production tackles tough issues with candor, wit and an all-star cast."


NORWELL, Mass. – (February 24, 2020) The Company Theatre has announced its upcoming production of the five-time Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home. This fiercely funny and, at times, heartbreaking coming-of-age story explores the complexities of self-discovery and family dynamics all against the backdrop of a family-owned funeral home – the “fun home.”

Based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling graphic novel and memoir, Fun Home follows Alison through three significant phases in her life. Throughout the story, the audience experiences Alison’s evolution as she shares memories that celebrate the curiosity of childhood, the challenges of coming out, the complexities of family, and the revelation of seeing one’s parents through adult eyes. 

This groundbreaking show was the first Broadway musical to feature a lesbian protagonist. In The Company Theatre’s production, Aimee Doherty, a two-time recipient of the Elliot Norton Award and a two-time recipient of the IRNE Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical, will bring the inspirational, modern heroine to life.

Fun Home features music by Jeanine Tesori with book and lyrics by Lisa Kron. The award-winning directorial team of Zoe Bradford and Jordie Saucerman are joined by musical theatre director and educator, Matthew Stern. A professor at Boston Conservatory at Berklee and three-time winner of the prestigious IRNE award, Stern will masterfully bring the stunning score to life. Sally Ashton Forrest completes the team with her vintage 1970’s choreography.

 Jaclyn Chylinski as Medium Alison and Melissa Carubia as Joan in "Fun Home".
Photo Courtesy of The Company Theatre.

“The Company Theatre prides itself on bringing shows with a unique perspective to the stage,” said theatre President and Co-founder Bradford. “Fun Home is truly a pioneer in the musical category and this touching true story will undoubtedly give theatre-goers an exceptional view of the human experience.”

Fun Home opens Friday, March 13, and runs through Sunday, March 29. There are evening and matinée performances available. Tickets are $44. For a complete list of showtimes, to purchase tickets, or for more information, visit www.companytheatre.com or call the box office at 781-871-2787.


The Company Theatre entertains, enlightens, and energizes audiences with high-quality productions. Five theatrical productions and several special event programs sell 35,000 tickets annually. Through its Academy, The Company Theatre inspires students from young to old in the art of the performing arts. For information on programming or classes, visit the www.companytheatre.com.