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Lincoln Center Production of Falsettos Announces Full 2018-19 Touring Schedule

The Tony-nominated production of William Finn and James Lapine’s Tony-winning musical may soon be coming to a theater near you.

A scene from the Lincoln Center Theater Broadway production of Falsettos.
A scene from the Lincoln Center Theater Broadway production of Falsettos in 2016.
(© Joan Marcus)

The national tour of the Lincoln Center Theater Broadway production of Falsettos has announced its complete touring schedule for the 2018-19 season.

The dates and venues are as follows:

February 8-9, 2019: Fayetteville, Arizona — Walton Arts Center (tech & opening performances)
February 12-17, 2019: Dallas — AT&T Performing Arts Center
February 19-24, 2019: St. Paul, Minnesota — Ordway Center
March 12-17, 2019: Sacramento, California — Broadway Sacramento
March 19, 2019-April 14, 2019: San Francisco — SHN Golden Gate Theatre (official tour press opening)
April 16, 2019-May 19, 2019: Los Angeles — Center Theater Group LA
May 28, 2019-June 9, 2019: Chicago — Broadway in Chicago
June 11-23, 2019: Washington, DC — The Kennedy Center
June 25-30, 2019: Charlotte, North Carolina — Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts

Additional engagement will be announced at a later date.

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.

The production has 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.