Fun Home Cast

Kate Fahrner


Kate Fahrner is elated to be back on the stage. The thrill of stepping onto the Fulton stage, after having been unable to work since the closing of Kinky Boots from the pandemic, is more than can be expressed in words. Thank you so much for being here in the audience and for trusting us to bring live theater to you in a safe way. A forced break away from the stage has brought into focus how important theater is to me and I am so delighted that my first step back on stage is in this theater in front of this audience. Thank you. Fulton: Kinky Boots (Lauren), Blackbird (Una), Mousetrap (Miss Casewell), Elf (Jovie). Broadway, National Tours and many other Regional Theaters.

Abigail Isom

Medium Alison

Abigail couldn’t be more thrilled and grateful to be back at the Fulton with this DREAM show. She was last seen on the Fulton stage as Natalie in Next to Normal. Some of her favorite credits include 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer) at Summer Lyric Theatre, Annie (Star to Be) at The Muny, Hairspray (Penny), and Snoopy! (Peppermint Patty) at Theatre Aspen. Many thanks to her parents and friends, Stewart Talent, Marc Robin, Joey Abramowicz, and everyone who helped create this production. Her little gay heart is bursting with pride and she hopes that you enjoy the show!

Lilllian Philbrook

Small Alison

Lily Philbrook is a 10-year-old 5th grader from Cumberland, Maine. She first fell in love with theater while appearing in another Marc Robin show, the Wizard of Oz at Maine State Music Theatre, and her most recent show was The Little Mermaid Jr. at The Naples Players. She is so excited to do her first show at The Fulton, and to work with such amazing people. Thanks to family and friends for always being supportive, Ben for believing in me, and Jaye for being the best teacher and having the BEST jokes! Enjoy the show!

Federica Andino-Vega


Federica Andino-Vega, born in Ecuador but found her passion for the arts in Philadelphia. A recent BFA Musical Theater 2021 graduate from Temple University. She is very excited to be in her first Fulton Theatre production. Some of her favorite roles include Mimi in RENT, Vanessa in In The Heights, and Snake Lady in Sideshow with her own real live snake. She would like to thank all her family and friends for supporting her.

Christian Giancaterino

John Bechdel

Christian is thrilled to return to the Fulton Theatre for his third show!  Other Fulton Theatre credits include Kinky Boots (Young Charlie) and Peter Pan (Lost Child).  Previous credits include Cinderella: A Musical Panto (Flea) at People’s Light and Theatre; Willy Wonka (Candy Kid), Titanic The Musical (Jack Thayer), Beauty and the Beast (Chip), Newsies (Jack Kelly), Bye Bye Birdie Jr. (Conrad Birdie), and The Music Man Kids (Harold Hill) at Salt Performing Arts. He would like to thank his family for their love and support and the Fulton Theatre for this amazing opportunity!

Jack Packer

Christian Bechdel

Jack is excited to make his Fulton debut! Past credits include: Jack/Peter (Finding Neverland National Tour, Prather Productions), Young Jesus (JESUS, Sight & Sound Theaters), and roles at Dutch Apple Dinner Theater including Chip (Beauty & the Beast), Nayib/Young Emilio (On Your Feet), Michael Hobbs (Elf the Musical), Charlie Winslow (Holiday Inn), and Tiny Tim (A Christmas Carol). Jack has performed with Servant Stage, EPAC, MPACT, and Creative Pursuits Studio. Jack studies voice with Reji Woods and dance with Amy Meehan. He thanks Joey and the Fulton for this opportunity and his family for their support. Isaiah 25:1 Instagram @jackryanpacker

Katie Sina

Helen Bechdel

Katie is beyond grateful to be a part of this beautiful and important piece of theatre with this company of artists. Favorite Pennsylvania credits; Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins), Dead Mum (Billy Elliot), Glinda (The Wizard of Oz), Mollie Ralston (Agatha Christie’s the Mousetrap), Vera Claythorne ( Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None) among many other mainstage and many family series shows at her home, The Fulton Theatre. Julie (Carousel) Reading Pops Symphony/Brickhouse Theatre and most recently, I love you Your Perfect Now Change and Mt. Gretna Theatre. She gives overwhelming thanks to Joey and Marc for their trust, and to AK for his unwavering love and support. Thank you for supporting live theatre.

Jeffery Coon

Bruce Bechdel

Jeffrey is honored to be on a Fulton Theatre stage once again. Most recently, Colonel Arbuthnot in “Murder on the Orient Express”.  Also, full-time Fulton staff member serving as Annual Fund and Foundation Director.  Incredibly proud to be a part of the Lancaster community and even more grateful for every member of our community who generously made sure our historic theatre survived the past 18 months. Thank you to all Fulton audiences and donors for your support, patience, and kindness – all of which have helped us to emerge from our “pause” stronger and more vital than ever. Thanks to Marc for all the opportunities. Love, as always and ever, to P, J, & J.

Alex Hayden Miller

Roy, Mark, Pete, Bobby, Jeremy

Alex received his BFA in musical theatre from the University of Michigan in 2016. After graduation, he moved to New York City to pursue a career as an actor, singer, dancer. Notable credits include West Side Story (Action) Milwaukee Rep, Mama Mia! (Eddie) The Fulton Theatre and Newsies (Morris Delancey) The Muny. Beyond his on stage work, he was given the opportunity to work as a director, when he staged his first show while attending University of Michigan entitled Freshmen Showcase and assisted the director of the off-Broadway play Ferguson with Jerry Dixon. These opportunities guided him to pursue a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Leadership with an Arts Administration Focus, 2021. While finishing this degree he began his chorography career when he was given the opportunity  to create 3 shows (A Soldier’s Tale, Together We Celebrate, and, now,  Fun Home) here at the Fulton. Alex would like to thank his Mom, Dad and Elle for their unconditional support; Matt and DGRW for always believing in him and Marc Robin for the wonderful gift that is the Fulton Theatre. (Insta-@thejacktapper) Thunder Up and Go Blue.