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The Last 5 Years

Posted date:  January 3, 2011
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Last winter, Christy appeared in the Jason Robert Brown musical, “The Last 5 Years”. This two-person musical follows the falling in and out of love of a young couple from two very different perspectives. Cathy Hiatt, a struggling actress, begins the show in the present with the end of their marriage and works backward through time to their first date at the end of the show. Jamie Wellerstein, a successful author, begins the show at the end of their first date and works his way linearly to their present-day breakup at the end of the show. They meet once in the middle for their only duet, which happens to be their wedding. Christy played opposite Eli Newsom(www.elinewsom.com), who also played her Bat Boy! The show ran January 5-14 at the Off-Market Theater on 6th & Mission in downtown San Francisco.

More info: http://www.roltheatre.com/lastfiveyears.html



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