Due to ticket demand, The Last Five Years has been extended through May 12 at Second Stage Theatre. Brown directs his semi-autobiographical work that stars Wolfe as struggling actress Cathy Hyatt, who falls in love with on-the-rise Jewish novelist Jamie Wellerstein, played by Kantor.
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Brown is also the composer of 13 and contributed music to Broadway's Urban Cowboy, for which he was also the production's musical director and conductor.
Behind the scenes at The Last Five Years rehearsal. Wolfe and Kantor preview "Goodbye Until Tomorrow," "The Next Ten Minutes" and "Shiksa Goddess":
More of Wolfe and Kantor singing "The Next Ten Minutes":
Wolfe previews "Goodbye Until Tomorrow":
Kantor previews "Shiksa Goddess":
Kantor sings "I Could Never Rescue You":
Brown's piece entitled "Twenty-Six Names," a tribute to the 26 lost in the Dec. 14 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT.
Anika Noni Rose singing "I Can Do Better Than That" from The Last Five Years:
Jessica Molaskey giving the first public performance of "Still Hurting" from The Last Five Years:
Gavin Creel singing "Moving Too Fast" from The Last Five Years:
George Salazar sings "If I Didn't Believe in You" from The Last Five Years:
Shoshana Bean sings "Goodbye Until Tomorrow" from The Last Five Years:
Lauren Kennedy's performance of "I Can Do Better Than That" from The Last Five Years:
Jason Gotay sings "I'm Not Afraid of Anything" from Songs for a New World:
Darius de Haas sings "King of the World" from Songs for a New World:
Audra McDonald sings "Stars and Moon" from Songs for a New World:
Corey Mach sings "She Cries" from Songs for a New World:
Bean and Brown sing "I'd Give It All For You" from Songs for a New World:
Tituss Bugess and members of the Broadway Dreams Foundation perform "King of the World" from Songs for a New World:
Megan Hilty sings "I'm Not Afraid of Anything" from Songs for a New World:
Allie Trimm sings "Lamest Place in the World" from 13:
Bean sings "What It Means to Be a Friend" from 13:
The Broadway cast of 13 records "A Little More Homework to Do":
The cast of 13 performs "Brand New You" at the 2008 Broadway on Broadway concert:
Stephanie Umoh performs Brown's "Letting You Go":
Natalie Weiss performs Brown's "There With You":