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  The Last Five Years at The Actors Company

The Last Five Years

The Actors Company
916 N North Formosa Ave West Hollywood

From the Ovation award-winning company that brought you One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: The Immersive Experience comes an intimate, multisensory staging of this classic love story. An emotionally powerful musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. The show follows Cathy, an aspiring actress, and Jamie, a budding novelist, as their story is told both backwards and forwards. Utilizing cutting edge techniques including scent design, 360° sound, curated cocktails, and an interactive pre-show experience, this re-envisioned take on a classic production allows audiences to delve into Cathy and Jamie’s complex relationship and experience their love and heartbreak while engaging all five senses.

Thru - Jul 14, 2019

Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 7:00pm



Price: $75.00-$125.00

Show Type: Musical

Box Office: 323-463-4639

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  The Last Five Years Reviews
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Stage Scene LA - Highly Recommended

"...The Last Five Years, Jason Robert Brown’s exquisite musical two-hander, showcases UCLA talent to stunning effect as part of Pacific Resident Theatre’s Sunday Concert Series in the company’s newly inaugurated intimate cabaret space."
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Steven Stanley


Stage Raw - Somewhat Recommended

"...It is an interesting conceit, but a confusing one to watch and make sense of in real time. Brown’s music hearkens back to the time, reminiscent of an Ally McBeal score. In that it is nostalgic, even pretty, but the lyrics veer between poignant and plain. Since the show is essentially comprised of musical monologues, it is easy to tune out during moments of exposition; there isn’t a lot, it’s mostly general emotion. And if you’re not familiar with the musical beforehand, no one could blame you for the misapprehension that the show is linear for quite some time."
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Vanessa Cate



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