Andrew Rannells and Christian Borle play Whizzer and Marvin.
Andrew Rannells and Christian Borle played Whizzer and Marvin, respectively, in Falsettos.
(© David Gordon)

The stars of the recent, Tony-nominated Broadway revival of William Finn and James Lapine's Falsettos reunited at Cinépolis Chelsea on Monday, June 5, for a screening of the production's upcoming Live From Lincoln Center broadcast. The musical will air this fall on PBS.

Stephanie J. Block, Anthony Rosenthal, and Brandon Uranowitz play Trina, Jason, and Mendel.
Stephanie J. Block, Anthony Rosenthal, and Brandon Uranowitz played Trina, Jason, and Mendel in Falsettos.
(© David Gordon)

The company of Falsettos is led by 2017 Tony nominees Christian Borle, Andrew Rannells, Stephanie J. Block, and Brandon Uranowitz, alongside Betsy Wolfe, Tracie Thoms, and Anthony Rosenthal. The revival was directed by Lapine.

Stephanie J. Block, Brandon Uranowitz, Anthony Rosenthal, Betsy Wolfe, Andrew Rannells, and Christian Borle see Falsettos on the big screen.
Stephanie J. Block, Brandon Uranowitz, Anthony Rosenthal, Betsy Wolfe, Andrew Rannells, and Christian Borle see Falsettos on the big screen.
(© David Gordon)

Falsettos premiered on Broadway in 1992 and won Tony Awards for Best Score for William Finn and Best Book of a Musical for James Lapine and Finn. The show consists of two separate musicals, March of the Falsettos and Falsettoland, the last two in a trilogy of one-act off-Broadway plays, which premiered at Playwrights Horizons, then led by current Lincoln Center Theater artistic director André Bishop. It follows the lives of five people: Marvin; his ex-wife, Trina; his psychiatrist, Mendel; his son, Jason; and his lover, Whizzer.

Betsy Wolfe cozies up to Wonder Woman at Cinépolis Chelsea.
Betsy Wolfe cozies up to Wonder Woman at Cinépolis Chelsea.
(© David Gordon)

The production had choreography by Spencer Liff, sets by David Rockwell, costumes by Jennifer Caprio, lighting by Jeff Croiter, sound by Dan Moses Schreier, and musical direction by Vadim Feichtner, conducting Michael Starobin's original orchestrations. It is presented by Lincoln Center Theater in association with Jujamcyn Theatres.