Marriage From Beginning to End ... and Back in Musical The Last Five Years
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The last date listed for The Last Five Years was Saturday April 26, 2014 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Red Branch Theatre at DLC
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How's this for a love match? A trio of Broadway's top talents (including the creators of <em>Work...Learn More
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Featured review from Melissa
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It was a really good show. I felt like the actors had taken down the fourth wall and tried to connect with the audience. They were both very convincing in their parts and brought to life a show I've been waiting to see for 10 years. Some of the singing felt a little weak, like they were trying to hit notes they couldn't, but I like how their acting and facial expressions made the songs make even more sense.
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Read about john and jen, the second show in The Love/Loss Cycle.
*April 4, 2014: Opening Night Post-Show Reception
April 19, 2014: 5:00pm *— About Love: A Conversation on Complicated Relationships, Moderated by HopeWorks of Howard County *
Red Branch Theatre Company will partner with HopeWorks of Howard County (formerly the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County) to promote healthy relationships over the course of the run of The Love/Loss Cycle. In addition to providing services for individuals in crisis, HopeWorks facilitates many free programs about love, loss and personal growth. HopeWorks’ talkback will educate audiences and the community as to how the organization uses the creative arts to make hearts sing in response to the themes presented in The Love/Loss Cycle.
Book, Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown (Parade, Songs for a New World)
Directed by Stephanie Lynn Williams
Musical Direction by Tiffany Underwood Holmes_
The Last Five Years_ stars Kurt Boehm as Jamie and Jennifer W. Culotta as Cathy. Mr. Boehm is new to the Red Branch stage, but has been seen throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region at theaters such as Imagination Stage and Toby’s Dinner Theater. He is currently featured in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at Olney Theater Center. Ms. Culotta is a perennial favorite on the Red Branch stage, having previously been seen in [title of show], Next to Normal and Into the Woods.
This show contains occasional adult language.
It’s recommended for ages 16 and older.