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The Last Five Years

January 13 - February 3, 2018

Music, Lyrics, and Book by Jason Robert Brown

Directed by Elena Giannetti

Music Director: Anita Ruth

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"Burrows into your skin by virtue of its very theatricality … it feels like a story made for the stage. It’s impossible not to swoon." (Joe Dziemianowicz, New York Daily News)

A richly detailed portrait of a young couple’s first marriage comes to life in Jason Robert Brown’s strikingly personal, award-winning musical The Last Five Years. Cathy, an actress, and Jamie, a writer, meet in their early twenties and become smitten, entwined, committed, and eventually – separated. In this innovatively structured show, Jamie begins at the start of their relationship and Cathy at the end. The Last Five Years is a powerfully relatable and deeply romantic story told through intricate, engaging songs that inspire you to lean in and catch every clever turn of phrase.

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Cathy Hiatt - Aly Westberg O'Keefe
Jamie Wellerstein - Ryan London Levin

Performance Calendar

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SPECIAL PRICING:

We are pleased to offer a ticketed preview of The Last Five Years on Friday, January 12 and a Pay What You Can performance on Monay, January 22. Next Generations 30-and-Under tickets are $9 for any performance.

Ticket Info

Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Box Office Phone: 952-563-8575

Adults: $41
Seniors: $36
Next Generations (30 and Under): $12
($2 off Adult & Senior tickets for Wednesday/Thursday performances)

Ticketed Preview: $12
Pay What You Can : Up to you!

Next Generations Theater Access: Available to all patrons 30 and Under, more information can be found about this pilot program here.

Ticketed Preview (Friday, January 12, 7:30 p.m.): The ticketed preview takes place one night before opening night, giving actors a chance to see how the show is working for the audience and to further hone their performances. Black Box preview tickets cost $9 and will go on sale with all single tickets on May 8. You may purchase them online, by phone, or in person at our box office.

Pay What You Can (Monday, January 22, 7:30 p.m.): To help make the arts accessible for all, we offer a Pay What You Can Performance for every production. Audience members attending this performance can purchase tickets for any whole dollar amount they can afford.. Pay What You Can tickets will go on sale roughly six weeks before the show opens. You may purchase them online, by phone, or in person at our box office.

Group Rates: Groups of 10 or more receive specially priced tickets. Please contact the Box Office for more information.

Exchanges: All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Season ticket holders may exchange tickets for another performance of the same show (subject to availability). Please call the Box Office for more information.


The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.