Bruce Bechdel, played by Joshua Robinson, assistant professor of musical theatre, hands a silver kettle off to his daughter. Bechdel is the one of the main characters that the musical centers around. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Bruce Bechdel, played by Joshua Robinson, assistant professor of musical theatre, Alison Bechdel, played by Jamieson Campo, musical theatre junior , and Small Alison, played by Kathleen Miller, piano performance sophomore, freeze for a flashback. Flashbacks happen frequently throughout the musical as Alison Bechdel looks back on her life. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Bruce Bechdel, played by Joshua Robinson, assistant professor of musical theatre, and Small Alison, played by Kathleen Miller, piano performance sophomore, play ‘airplanes.’ The game ‘airplanes’ is mentioned multiple times throughout the musical. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Helen Bechdel, played by Telara Day, musical theatre senior, sings “Welcome to Our House on Maple Avenue.” Throughout the musical, we find out all the hardships Bechdel has had to face in her marriage to Bruce Bechdel. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Roy, played by Liam Cunningham, English and literature secondary education freshman, and Bruce Bechdel, played by Joshua Robinson, assistant professor of musical theatre, talk about working at the Fun Home. Roy is one of many lovers Bechdel has had over the years. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Christian Bechdel, played by Savannah Joldersma, marine biology senior, John Bechdel played by Mary Tyler, Whittier elementary student, and Small Alison, played by Kathleen Miller, piano performance sophomore, sing “Welcome to the Fun Home.” The song is for a commercial for the Fun Home. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Roy, played by Liam Cunningham, English and literature secondary education freshman, Small Alison, played by Kathleen Miller, piano performance sophomore, John Bechdel, played by Mary Tyler, Whittier elementary student, and Christian Bechdel, played by Savannah Joldersma, marine biology senior, kid around. This is the one of the only reaction that the Bechdel siblings have with one of their father’s lovers. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Joan, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, and Medium Alison, played by Maya Damron, musical theatre junior, sit on the bed while looking at a book. The book serves as a pivotal moment the Medium Alison realization of her sexuality. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Joan, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, looks expectantly over at Alison. Joan becomes Alison’s first relationship. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Small Alison, played by Kathleen Miller, piano performance sophomore, pouts at the thought of wearing a dress to the dance. This scene shows the first look at Alison being different than everyone else. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Medium Alison, played by Maya Damron, musical theatre junior, stares out into the distance. Medium Alison sang the song “Changing my Major,” which is a metaphor for changing her sexuality. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Alison Bechdel, played by Jamison Campo, musical theater junior, spreads her arms like playing the game ‘airplanes.’ Bechdel is trying to imagine the happier times when her father would play ‘airplanes’ with her. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Joan, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, Medium Alison, played Maya Damron, musical theatre junior, discuss the letter Medium Alison sent to her father while Alison Bechdel, played by Jamieson Campo, musical theatre junior, looks on. Alison Bechbel looking in on a scene is a common occurrence. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Small Alison, played by Kathleen Miller, piano performance sophomore, sings about a girl that she wants to look like. This scene show the first time Alison talks about her preferred style. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Alison Bechdel, played by Jamieson Campo, musical theatre junior, and Bruce Bechdel, played by Joshua Robinson, assistant professor of musical theatre, sit next to each other in the car. This is the first time the father and daughter duo talk about their sexuality. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)