Monthly Archives: March 2013
With today’s news that The Last Five Years has now extended for a second time, to May 12, I’m getting a singular impression that tickets are moving relatively quickly. On Tuesday night, there was a girl crying at the box office because she didn’t get in to see the show after having waited for three hours on the line for cancellations. Don’t be that girl! Get your tickets now! Here’s more enticement – two more wonderful videos from the Second Stage folks featuring my gorgeous and amazingly talented cast. Previews are going so well, I hope you can come downRead More »
I had a great time earlier this week speaking with All Things Considered‘s Jacki Lyden about the production of The Last Five Years now in previews at NYC’s Second Stage Theatre. You can read about it on the National Public Radio website and you can listen to it right here. Performances currently scheduled through April 28! Hope to see you there! J.
Brandon Voss’s interview on Playbill.com can be found here. PLAYBILL BRIEF ENCOUNTER With Jason Robert Brown, Now Directing His Beloved Musical The Last Five Years By Brandon Voss 07 Mar 2013 Tony Award-winning composer-lyricist Jason Robert Brown (Parade) talks about seeing his cult hit The Last Five Years from both sides now — as songwriter and director of the new Off-Broadway revival. * Few musicals are as fanatically adored as Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years. Using opposing chronology to retrace the ill-fated relationship of a New York couple — purportedly inspired by the Tony Award-winning composer’s own marriageRead More »