The Sharon Studio Theatre - Tierra Del Sol
The Studio Theatre Tierra Del Sol

Preview: FEB 20th-23rd
Opening: FEB 24th
Closing: MARCH 19th

$15 Previews Performances
$30 Performances


THE LAST FIVE YEARS

If I didn't believe in you we wouldn't be having this fight.
With music and lyrics by three-time Tony Award winner, Jason Robert Brown, The Last 5 Years follows the characters of Jamie (an upcoming novelist) and his girlfriend/fiancé/wife, Cathy (a struggling actress). This powerful and intimate musical explores the journey of a New York couple in their twenties who succeed, struggle and succumb to the challenges and charms of married life. Utilizing a divergent plot structure, this two character musical simultaneously demonstrates a budding romance and a dissolving marriage. Follow Jaime's story in chronological order as it crashes into Cathy's side of the story told in reverse chronological order. See the Drama Desk award winning musical once named by Time Magazine as one of the ten best shows of the year!

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CATHYWhitney Morse

Whitney is so excited to be a part of The Studio's inaugural season. Central Florida Theatre credits include The Science Play Festival's reading of Arcadia, The Secret Garden, and 1776 (Mad Cow Theatre.) Her recent Chicago credits include Next To Normal (Skokie Theatre), Other Desert Cities (Citadel Theatre), The Children's Hour (Pride Films and Plays), Spike Heels (Brown Paper Box), Down Range (Genesis Theatricals), Trafford Tanzi and I Carry Your Heart (Prologue Theatre Company), Accomplice (Jedlicka Performing Arts Center), The Turn of the Screw, Jeeves at Sea, Unnecessary Farce and The Merchant of Venice (First Folio Theater), and Little Women (Theatre-Hikes). New York credits: Hold Music (Culture Project,) and Love's Labour's Lost and Three Sister's (both directed by Andrei Serban.) Whitney is also the Artistic Director of The Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center. BA Psychology - Rollins College, MFA Acting - Columbia University School of the Arts. www.whitneymorse.com
JAMIEBrian Zealand

Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Brian Zealand has been seen on stages across the nation. After studying at the University of South Dakota, Brian went back to Omaha where he performed at the Blue Barn Theatre (Mike/33 Variations, Georg/Spring Awakening, Peter/Bug), the Omaha Community Playhouse (Ash/Evil Dead The Musical), and toured with the Nebraska Theatre Caravan's production of A Christmas Carol as Jacob Marley. He is thrilled to be appearing as Dan in Next to Normal, Elyot in Private Lives, and Jaime in the Last 5 Years for The Studio Theatre Tierra Del Sol's inaugural season. After the season, Brian will head back to Chicago where he has resided for two years.


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The Studio Theatre - Tierra Del Sol | 806 San Marino Drive, The Villages, FL 32159