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Broadway Rose Theatre Company’s 2021 Season is proudly presented by
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Welcome

Thanks for streaming our spring production!

With the exception of 2020, spring has always been an exhilarating time at Broadway Rose, as we’re usually in the thick of planning the next season of shows, hosting our annual fundraising gala, preparing for summer camps, and starting work in earnest on our biggest productions of the year. Although this year is a bit different, we still find ourselves with lots of exciting things ahead:

We are getting ready to break ground on our New Stage theatre expansion to add a new rehearsal hall, costume shop, and larger scene shop. This project was scheduled to begin in spring 2020 and was 95% funded, but we put it on hold when the pandemic struck. Together with our board of directors we determined we can now responsibly move forward and construction is schedule to begin in May! We can’t wait for the community to see our expanded digs – our goal is to have construction wrapped up by the end of the year. Read more about the project here.

We’re taking our annual gala virtual. It’s our 30th Anniversary Season and we’re taking the opportunity to reflect, celebrate, and build for the future by hosting our annual fundraising gala online. We’re putting together a free presentation filled with fun memories and special performances. It’s been a joy to plan; at Broadway Rose we’ve been in such a tunnel this past year and so to pause, take a breath, and look back on a clip from something like The Will Rogers Follies or Mamma Mia! reminds us of what we used to do, and we know we’re gonna do it again. Tune in to enjoy the gala with us starting May 19!

Reopening is on the horizon. We’ve implemented extensive safety measures to prepare for audiences coming back, including installing UV filtration in our HVAC system and acquiring ULV cold foggers to disinfect the auditorium seats between audiences. We’re chomping at the bit to get going again – to once again be a place for you to gather for live theatre and for artists, who’ve also been experiencing a deep loss, to come and do their craft.

All this is possible because of people like you. We survived 2020 because we got a lot of help from folks who had faith in us. Thank you for supporting us through this past year by staying engaged, streaming our productions, and donating. With a larger and safer facility, donor support, and high hopes for the future, we believe Broadway Rose will be better than ever.

Thanks for the last 30 years, and cheers to the next 30 and beyond.

Enjoy the show!

Sharon Maroney                      
Producing Artistic Director

Dan Murphy
Managing Director

Broadway Rose Theatre Company believes that diversity brings a vital richness and depth to the stories it presents on its stages and that theatre should not just entertain, but expose audiences to new experiences and expand their worldview. It is committed to its work in improving its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts and fostering an environment where all people are welcome.

About Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose is Oregon’s premier musical theatre company, serving the Portland-metro area since 1992. We produce professional musicals year-round in two venues, as well as summer children’s musicals, camps, special events, and more. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Broadway Rose is committed to keeping live theatre affordable and making our productions accessible to all ages and members of the community.

Broadway Rose is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Area Theatre Alliance, and the Westside Cultural Alliance.

Our Mission

Broadway Rose Theatre Company exists to create unparalleled musical theatre experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities.

 

If you are able, please donate today to help sustain us through this crisis so that we can bring live musical theatre back as soon as it’s safe to do so.

About Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose is Oregon’s premier musical theatre company, serving the Portland-metro area since 1992. We produce professional musicals year-round in two venues, as well as summer children’s musicals, camps, special events, and more. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Broadway Rose is committed to keeping live theatre affordable and making our productions accessible to all ages and members of the community.

Broadway Rose is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Area Theatre Alliance, and Tualatin Valley Creates.

Our Mission

Broadway Rose Theatre Company exists to create unparalleled musical theatre experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company believes that diversity brings a vital richness and depth to the stories it presents on its stages and that theatre should not just entertain, but expose audiences to new experiences and expand their worldview. It is committed to its work in improving its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts and fostering an environment where all people are welcome.

If you are able, please donate today to help sustain us through this crisis so that we can bring live musical theatre back as soon as it’s safe to do so.

THE LAST FIVE YEARS

Written and Composed by JASON ROBERT BROWN

Originally produced for the New York stage by Arielle Tepper and Marty Bell

Originally produced by Northlight Theatre, Chicago, IL

The Last Five Years is presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
www.mtishows.com

Streaming is made available through ShowTix4U, a web browser-based video platform.

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

Show Sponsor: Pavelcomm

A note on the show: The Last Five Years tells the bittersweet tale of a brief marriage between two young artists. The storytelling is non-linear: Cathy, a struggling actor, starts her tale at the end of the marriage, working backwards through the timeline. Jamie, a literary prodigy, begins his at the onset of the relationship. The two narratives intersect on their wedding day before diverging again to arrive at the beginning, and end, of their five years together.

Artists

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Malia is thrilled to be back on the Broadway Rose Theatre stage after her most recent perfomance as Susie Dare in Up and Away. Holding a degree in theatre performance from Marymount Manhattan College, she spent her college years performing in New York and went on to tour the nation in the mega-musical Evita as Eva Peron. Returning to New York, she was featured in the “Town Hall: Rising Stars of Broadway” concert. She spent two years in Japan performing as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked before returning to Portland. Favorite Portland credits include Fly By Night (Daphne), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), and Heathers: The Musical (Veronica Sawyer).
SHARON MARONEY, Director

Sharon Maroney is the co-founder and producing artistic director of Broadway Rose Theatre Company. The last few productions Sharon directed for Broadway Rose were The Story of My Life, Daddy Long LegsNunsense, A Grand Night for Singing, Beehive, Jungle Book, Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, and The King and I. Sharon has directed well over 30 productions for Broadway Rose; a few favorites are Phantom, Cole, The Will Rogers Follies, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bye Bye Birdie.

BRIAN MICHAEL, Music Director

Brian started piano at age four and first gave a solo concert at age 11 on pipe organ. He’s been a piano accompanist for Oregon Ballet Theatre, the music and dance departments of Portland State University and University of California, Los Angeles; and the music and theatre departments of Beverly Hills High School. He has done 160 musical theatre productions in Portland and Los Angeles, including over 50 as music director. He has played Schubert’s “Trout Quintet” with Oregon Symphony string players and his modern dance composition “Shadows and Glimmers” was performed by the Laurelhurst Dancers. He enjoys doodling with original music and doing solo piano recitals.

CARL FABER, Lighting Designer

Carl Faber is thrilled to return to Broadway Rose after designing lights for Once, Ordinary Days (Drammy and Portland Area Musical Theatre Award for Best Lighting Design), Trails, and Beehive. Recent designs in Portland were with Artists Repertory Theatre (Magellanica, Between Riverside & Crazy), Profile Theatre (Fires in the Mirror, Water by the Spoonful), Third Rail Repertory Theatre (John, The Angry Brigade), Northwest Children’s Theater (Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Chitra). Outside of Portland: Arena Stage, Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, Ars Nova NYC, Williamstown Theatre Festival, American Dance Festival, Uferstudios Berlin, Shanghai Centre Grand. Touring production for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, touring associate lighting/video for Bon Iver and The National, resident light artist at Eaux Claires Festival, founding member of Woodshed Collective NYC. Education: The Catlin Gabel School, Vassar College. Member: United Scenic Artists Local USA-829. www.carlfaber.com.

ALLISON DAWE, Costume Designer

Allison Dawe most recently designed costumes at Broadway Rose for The Story of My Life. Other Broadway Rose credits include Christmas My Way, Footloose, Mamma Mia!, West Side Story (Portland Area Muscial Theatre Award and Drammy nomination), Band Geeks!, and Plaid Tidings. Allison has designed costumes in Portland for Lakewood Theatre Company, Portland Playhouse (2014 PAMTA Award: Light in the Piazza) and Third Rail Repertory Theatre. In New York, Allison has worked with the Ensemble Studio Theatre, The New School of Drama, Caps Lock Productions, and the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Allison was a 2018 Design Wing Fellow for the Great Plains Theatre Conference PlayLab in Omaha, Nebraska. She is currently the associate costume shop manager at The New School College of Performing Arts in Manhattan. M.F.A. Brooklyn College. www.allisondawe.com

BRIAN KARL MOEN, Sound Designer

Brian is in his fourth year as Broadway Rose’s resident sound designer. He also supports the technology and sound engineering needs at Broadway Rose. Brian’s sound design credits include: Broadway Rose’s Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Once (Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Footloose (Broadway World Portland Award), Guys and Dolls (PAMTA), Mamma Mia! (Broadway World Portland Award), The Addams Family (PAMTA), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum (PAMTA), West Side Story (Broadway World Portland Award); Stumptown Stage’s A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (PAMTA), Aida; and Elsinore Theatre’s Annie Get Your Gun. In addition to theatre, Brian enjoys time with his wife and dogs.

LIZ CARLSON, Assistant Production Manager, Properties Designer, Scenic Painter, and Electrician

Liz is excited to be the props designer for The Last Five Years and is a proud member of the Broadway Rose production staff year-round. Her previous prop design credits for Broadway Rose include The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Up and Away, Once, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Trails, and Church Basement Ladies. She has previously worked on Into the Woods, Company, Beehive, Murder for Two, Always…Patsy Cline, and many more productions in various capacities here at Broadway Rose over the seasons. Liz also works around the Portland area as a theatrical electrician and scenic artist. She would like to thank her parents for their lifetime support, and Broadway Rose for the many opportunities they have given her to do what she loves most.

JEFF DUNCAN, Production Manager

Jeff began his theatre career at Music Theatre International where he worked on developing scripts and trial productions of various ‘Broadway Junior’ titles and ‘Disney Kids’ titles in conjunction with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and was featured as a props specialist on various instructional videos. He was also part of the team that produced the first Junior Theatre Festival with MTI and Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. Jeff joined the Broadway Rose staff in 2014 as production manager and continues to design props on the side. Locally, he has designed props for various productions including Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, Whodunit…The Musical, and The World Goes ‘Round (Broadway Rose); as well as The Wolves at Portland Playhouse and A Year With Frog & Toad and Ella Enchanted at Oregon Children’s Theatre.

PHIL McBETH, Technical Director

Phil is proud to be the resident technical director at Broadway Rose. He has also designed lighting for many shows here, including The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Your Holiday Hit Parade, A Very Merry PDX-mas, West Side Story, Grease, and Adrift in Macao. Phil started his career at Sam Barlow High School and went on to college in Seattle at Cornish College of the Arts. Returning to Oregon, he was hired as the technical director at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis. There he worked on his craft of lighting shows as well as freelance lighting on the side. He worked with Hult Center Resident Dance Company Dance Theatre of Oregon. With DTO he designed over 40 shows at the Hult Center. Phil has also worked with Rainbow Dance, Dance West, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Mt. Hood Repertory, Enlightened Theatrics, and of course Broadway Rose. Phil reconnected with the love of his life and married Kimm Roberts the day that Broadway Rose’s 2015 production of Grease opened.

JESSICA JUNOR, Stage Manager

Jessica is the resident stage manager at Broadway Rose. Some shows she has worked on in the past include: The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Up and Away, Once, Footloose, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Mamma Mia!, Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, The Addams Family, Beehive, A Very Merry PDX-mas, Fly By Night, West Side Story, A Taffeta Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Music Man, The Bikinis, Cats, Always…Patsy Cline (twice!), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, G.I. Holiday Jukebox, Honky Tonk Angels, and Forbidden Broadway. Jessica spends any time away from the theatre with her family.

JASON ROBERT BROWN, Writer and Composer

Jason Robert Brown is the ultimate multi-hyphenate – an equally skilled composer, lyricist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, director and performer – best known for his dazzling scores to several of the most renowned musicals of our time, including the generation-defining The Last Five Years, his debut song cycle Songs for a New World, and the seminal Parade, for which he won the 1999 Tony Award for Best Score.

Jason Robert Brown has been hailed as “one of Broadway’s smartest and most sophisticated songwriters since Stephen Sondheim” (Philadelphia Inquirer), and his “extraordinary, jubilant theater music” (Chicago Tribune) has been heard all over the world, whether in one of the hundreds of productions of his musicals every year or in his own incendiary live performances. The New York Times refers to Jason as “a leading member of a new generation of composers who embody high hopes for the American musical.” Jason’s score for The Bridges of Madison County, a musical adapted with Marsha Norman from the bestselling novel, received two Tony Awards (for Best Score and Orchestrations). Honeymoon In Vegas, based on Andrew Bergman’s film, opened on Broadway in 2015 following a triumphant production at Paper Mill Playhouse. A film version of his epochal Off-Broadway musical The Last Five Years was released in 2015, starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan and directed by Richard LaGravenese. His major musicals as composer and lyricist include: 13, written with Robert Horn and Dan Elish, which opened on Broadway in 2008 and was subsequently directed by the composer for its West End premiere in 2012; The Last Five Years, which was cited as one of Time Magazine’s 10 Best of 2001 and won Drama Desk Awards for Best Music and Best Lyrics (and was later directed by the composer in its record-breaking Off-Broadway run at Second Stage Theatre in 2013); Parade, written with Alfred Uhry and directed by Harold Prince, which won both the Drama Desk and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards for Best New Musical, as well as garnering Jason the Tony Award for Original Score; and Songs for a New World, a theatrical song cycle directed by Daisy Prince, which has since been seen in hundreds of productions around the world since its 1995 Off-Broadway debut, including a celebrated revival at New York’s City Center in the summer of 2018. Parade was also the subject of a major revival directed by Rob Ashford, first at London’s Donmar Warehouse and then at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. Jason conducted his orchestral adaptation of E.B. White’s novel The Trumpet of the Swan with the National Symphony Orchestra, and recorded the score for PS Classics. Future projects include a new chamber musical created with Daisy Prince and Jonathan Marc Sherman called The Connector; an adaptation of Lilian Lee’s Farewell My Concubine, created with Kenneth Lin and Moisés Kaufman; and a collaboration with Billy Crystal, Amanda Green, Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel on a musical of Mr. Saturday Night. Jason is the winner of the 2018 Louis Auchincloss Prize, the 2002 Kleban Award for Outstanding Lyrics and the 1996 Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Foundation Award for Musical Theatre. Jason’s songs, including the cabaret standard “Stars and the Moon,” have been performed and recorded by Ariana Grande, Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, Betty Buckley, Renée Fleming, Jon Hendricks and many others, and his song “Someone To Fall Back On” was featured in the Walden Media film, Bandslam.

As a soloist or with his band The Caucasian Rhythm Kings, Jason has performed concerts around the world. For the past four years (and ongoing), his monthly sold-out performances at New York’s SubCulture have featured many of the music and theater world’s most extraordinary performers. His newest collection, “How We React and How We Recover”, was released in June 2018 on Ghostlight Records. His previous solo album, “Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes”, was named one of Amazon.com’s best of 2005, and is available from Sh-K-Boom Records. Jason’s 2012 concert with Anika Noni Rose was broadcast on PBS, and he was the featured soloist for a live episode of Friday Night Is Music Night, broadcast live from the London Palladium and featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra. His collaboration with singer Lauren Kennedy, “Songs of Jason Robert Brown,” is available on PS Classics. Jason is also the composer of the incidental music for the Broadway revival of You Can’t Take It With You, David Lindsay-Abaire’s Kimberly Akimbo and Fuddy Meers, and Kenneth Lonergan’s The Waverly Gallery, and he was a Tony Award nominee for his contributions to the score of Urban Cowboy the Musical. He has also contributed music to the hit Nickelodeon television series The Wonder Pets as well as Sesame Street. Jason spent ten years teaching at the USC School of Dramatic Arts, and has also taught at Harvard University, Princeton University and Emerson College.

For the musical Prince of Broadway, a celebration of the career of his mentor Harold Prince, Jason was the musical supervisor and arranger. Other New York credits as conductor and arranger include Urban Cowboy the Musical on Broadway; Dinah Was, off-Broadway and on national tour; When Pigs Fly off-Broadway; William Finn’s A New Brain at Lincoln Center Theater; the 1992 tribute to Stephen Sondheim at Carnegie Hall (recorded by RCA Victor); Yoko Ono’s New York Rock, at the WPA Theatre; and Michael John LaChiusa’s The Petrified Prince at the Public Theatre. Jason orchestrated Andrew Lippa’s john and jen, Off-Broadway at Lamb’s Theatre. Additionally, Jason served as the orchestrator and arranger of Charles Strouse and Lee Adams’s score for a proposed musical of Star Wars. Jason has conducted and created arrangements and orchestrations for Liza Minnelli, John Pizzarelli, and Michael Feinstein, among many others.

Jason studied composition at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., with Samuel Adler, Christopher Rouse, and Joseph Schwantner. He lives with his wife, composer Georgia Stitt, and their daughters in New York City. Jason is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and the American Federation of Musicians Local 802. Visit him on the web at www.jasonrobertbrown.com.

Crew and Additional Talent

Sound Board Operator
BRIANA FISHER

Dressers
DAN MURPHY
MOLLY MURPHY

Scenic Artists
LIZ CARLSON
JO FARLEY

Video Produced, Directed, and Edited by
MARK DANIELS

Camera Operators
MARK DANIELS
ROB LINDEMANN
JERRY ROUSSELLE

Video Production Assistant
JANICE PAVIK

Run time is approximately 90 minutes.

Content Advisory: The Last Five Years is recommended for patrons aged 16 years and older. The show contains strong language and adult situations including alcohol use and references to sex, infidelity, and the complexities of relationships and marriage.
Click here for our Pre-viewing Sensory Guide for Children and Adults with Disabilities.

Special Thanks

DENNIS JOHNSON
of CENTER STREET GOLD & SILVER


KAILEY RHODES as Cathy

Kailey is honored to take part in this beautiful story. She was seen onstage at Broadway Rose as Cinderella in Into the Woods (Drammy Award) as well as Claire in Ordinary Days. Other credits include Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley at Portland Center Stage, The Wolves at Portland Playhouse, Sense and Sensibility at Clackamas Repertory Theatre, and Urinetown and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee with Anonymous Theatre Company. She has appeared in Teenage Dick, An Octoroon, and The Importance of Being Earnest at Artists Repertory Theatre and hopes to rejoin them again one fine post-COVID day for their world premiere of Anthony Hudson’s Looking for Tiger Lily. “Thanks to Brian and Sharon for the creative process, Jeff for melting my face (and heart) with your voice, and to Matt, for everything.”

JEFF ROSICK as Jamie

Jeff Rosick (pronounced “Raw-sick”) is an actor and music composer. Best known for his role as Buddy Jr. on Friday Night Lights (NBC), he has also appeared on Bones (FOX), Parenthood (NBC), Aquarius (NBC), and more. As a commercial, TV, and film composer, he’s worked with numerous local, national, and international brands. Recently, he’s begun composing orchestral covers of popular songs for his YouTube channel, Cover Orchestra (@CoverOrchestra). Throw it on while you’re cooking, eh? (and give it a like/subscribe if you like what you hear!). “Thanks for sharing in our story. Good health ’n vibes to you.”

Musicians

Piano/Conductor
BRIAN MICHAEL

Guitar
ERIC TONER

Bass and Violin
AMY ROESLER

Cello
QUINN LIU

Musical Numbers

“Still Hurting…….Cathy 

“Shiksa Goddess…….Jamie 

“See I’m Smiling…….Cathy 

“Moving Too Fast”…….Jamie 

“I’m A Part of That”…….Cathy 

“The Schmuel Song…….Jamie 

“A Summer In Ohio…….Cathy 

“The Next Ten Minutes”……….Jamie and Cathy 

“A Miracle Would Happen / When You Come Home To Me…….Jamie and Cathy 

“Climbing Uphill”……….Cathy 

“If I Didn’t Believe In You…….Jamie

“I Can Do Better Than That…….……….Cathy 

“Nobody Needs To Know…….Jamie 

“Goodbye Until Tomorrow / I Could Never Rescue You……. Jamie and Cathy 

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Malia is thrilled to be back on the Broadway Rose Theatre stage after her most recent perfomance as Susie Dare in Up and Away. Holding a degree in theatre performance from Marymount Manhattan College, she spent her college years performing in New York and went on to tour the nation in the mega-musical Evita as Eva Peron. Returning to New York, she was featured in the “Town Hall: Rising Stars of Broadway” concert. She spent two years in Japan performing as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked before returning to Portland. Favorite Portland credits include Fly By Night (Daphne), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), and Heathers: The Musical (Veronica Sawyer).
SHARON MARONEY, Director

Sharon Maroney is the co-founder and producing artistic director of Broadway Rose Theatre Company. The last few productions Sharon directed for Broadway Rose were The Story of My Life, Daddy Long LegsNunsense, A Grand Night for Singing, Beehive, Jungle Book, Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, and The King and I. Sharon has directed well over 30 productions for Broadway Rose; a few favorites are Phantom, Cole, The Will Rogers Follies, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bye Bye Birdie.

BRIAN MICHAEL, Music Director

Brian started piano at age four and first gave a solo concert at age 11 on pipe organ. He’s been a piano accompanist for Oregon Ballet Theatre, the music and dance departments of Portland State University and University of California, Los Angeles; and the music and theatre departments of Beverly Hills High School. He has done 160 musical theatre productions in Portland and Los Angeles, including over 50 as music director. He has played Schubert’s “Trout Quintet” with Oregon Symphony string players and his modern dance composition “Shadows and Glimmers” was performed by the Laurelhurst Dancers. He enjoys doodling with original music and doing solo piano recitals.

CARL FABER, Lighting Designer

Carl Faber is thrilled to return to Broadway Rose after designing lights for Once, Ordinary Days (Drammy and Portland Area Musical Theatre Award for Best Lighting Design), Trails, and Beehive. Recent designs in Portland were with Artists Repertory Theatre (Magellanica, Between Riverside & Crazy), Profile Theatre (Fires in the Mirror, Water by the Spoonful), Third Rail Repertory Theatre (John, The Angry Brigade), Northwest Children’s Theater (Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Chitra). Outside of Portland: Arena Stage, Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, Ars Nova NYC, Williamstown Theatre Festival, American Dance Festival, Uferstudios Berlin, Shanghai Centre Grand. Touring production for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, touring associate lighting/video for Bon Iver and The National, resident light artist at Eaux Claires Festival, founding member of Woodshed Collective NYC. Education: The Catlin Gabel School, Vassar College. Member: United Scenic Artists Local USA-829. www.carlfaber.com.

ALLISON DAWE, Costume Designer

Allison Dawe most recently designed costumes at Broadway Rose for The Story of My Life. Other Broadway Rose credits include Christmas My Way, Footloose, Mamma Mia!, West Side Story (Portland Area Muscial Theatre Award and Drammy nomination), Band Geeks!, and Plaid Tidings. Allison has designed costumes in Portland for Lakewood Theatre Company, Portland Playhouse (2014 PAMTA Award: Light in the Piazza) and Third Rail Repertory Theatre. In New York, Allison has worked with the Ensemble Studio Theatre, The New School of Drama, Caps Lock Productions, and the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Allison was a 2018 Design Wing Fellow for the Great Plains Theatre Conference PlayLab in Omaha, Nebraska. She is currently the associate costume shop manager at The New School College of Performing Arts in Manhattan. M.F.A. Brooklyn College. www.allisondawe.com

BRIAN KARL MOEN, Sound Designer

Brian is in his fourth year as Broadway Rose’s resident sound designer. He also supports the technology and sound engineering needs at Broadway Rose. Brian’s sound design credits include: Broadway Rose’s Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Once (Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Footloose (Broadway World Portland Award), Guys and Dolls (PAMTA), Mamma Mia! (Broadway World Portland Award), The Addams Family (PAMTA), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum (PAMTA), West Side Story (Broadway World Portland Award); Stumptown Stage’s A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (PAMTA), Aida; and Elsinore Theatre’s Annie Get Your Gun. In addition to theatre, Brian enjoys time with his wife and dogs.

LIZ CARLSON, Assistant Production Manager, Properties Designer, Scenic Painter, and Electrician

Liz is excited to be the props designer for The Last Five Years and is a proud member of the Broadway Rose production staff year-round. Her previous prop design credits for Broadway Rose include The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Up and Away, Once, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Trails, and Church Basement Ladies. She has previously worked on Into the Woods, Company, Beehive, Murder for Two, Always…Patsy Cline, and many more productions in various capacities here at Broadway Rose over the seasons. Liz also works around the Portland area as a theatrical electrician and scenic artist. She would like to thank her parents for their lifetime support, and Broadway Rose for the many opportunities they have given her to do what she loves most.

JEFF DUNCAN, Production Manager

Jeff began his theatre career at Music Theatre International where he worked on developing scripts and trial productions of various ‘Broadway Junior’ titles and ‘Disney Kids’ titles in conjunction with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and was featured as a props specialist on various instructional videos. He was also part of the team that produced the first Junior Theatre Festival with MTI and Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. Jeff joined the Broadway Rose staff in 2014 as production manager and continues to design props on the side. Locally, he has designed props for various productions including Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, Whodunit…The Musical, and The World Goes ‘Round (Broadway Rose); as well as The Wolves at Portland Playhouse and A Year With Frog & Toad and Ella Enchanted at Oregon Children’s Theatre.

PHIL McBETH, Technical Director

Phil is proud to be the resident technical director at Broadway Rose. He has also designed lighting for many shows here, including The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Your Holiday Hit Parade, A Very Merry PDX-mas, West Side Story, Grease, and Adrift in Macao. Phil started his career at Sam Barlow High School and went on to college in Seattle at Cornish College of the Arts. Returning to Oregon, he was hired as the technical director at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis. There he worked on his craft of lighting shows as well as freelance lighting on the side. He worked with Hult Center Resident Dance Company Dance Theatre of Oregon. With DTO he designed over 40 shows at the Hult Center. Phil has also worked with Rainbow Dance, Dance West, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Mt. Hood Repertory, Enlightened Theatrics, and of course Broadway Rose. Phil reconnected with the love of his life and married Kimm Roberts the day that Broadway Rose’s 2015 production of Grease opened.

JESSICA JUNOR, Stage Manager

Jessica is the resident stage manager at Broadway Rose. Some shows she has worked on in the past include: The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Up and Away, Once, Footloose, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Mamma Mia!, Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, The Addams Family, Beehive, A Very Merry PDX-mas, Fly By Night, West Side Story, A Taffeta Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Music Man, The Bikinis, Cats, Always…Patsy Cline (twice!), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, G.I. Holiday Jukebox, Honky Tonk Angels, and Forbidden Broadway. Jessica spends any time away from the theatre with her family.

JASON ROBERT BROWN, Writer and Composer

Jason Robert Brown is the ultimate multi-hyphenate – an equally skilled composer, lyricist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, director and performer – best known for his dazzling scores to several of the most renowned musicals of our time, including the generation-defining The Last Five Years, his debut song cycle Songs for a New World, and the seminal Parade, for which he won the 1999 Tony Award for Best Score.

Jason Robert Brown has been hailed as “one of Broadway’s smartest and most sophisticated songwriters since Stephen Sondheim” (Philadelphia Inquirer), and his “extraordinary, jubilant theater music” (Chicago Tribune) has been heard all over the world, whether in one of the hundreds of productions of his musicals every year or in his own incendiary live performances. The New York Times refers to Jason as “a leading member of a new generation of composers who embody high hopes for the American musical.” Jason’s score for The Bridges of Madison County, a musical adapted with Marsha Norman from the bestselling novel, received two Tony Awards (for Best Score and Orchestrations). Honeymoon In Vegas, based on Andrew Bergman’s film, opened on Broadway in 2015 following a triumphant production at Paper Mill Playhouse. A film version of his epochal Off-Broadway musical The Last Five Years was released in 2015, starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan and directed by Richard LaGravenese. His major musicals as composer and lyricist include: 13, written with Robert Horn and Dan Elish, which opened on Broadway in 2008 and was subsequently directed by the composer for its West End premiere in 2012; The Last Five Years, which was cited as one of Time Magazine’s 10 Best of 2001 and won Drama Desk Awards for Best Music and Best Lyrics (and was later directed by the composer in its record-breaking Off-Broadway run at Second Stage Theatre in 2013); Parade, written with Alfred Uhry and directed by Harold Prince, which won both the Drama Desk and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards for Best New Musical, as well as garnering Jason the Tony Award for Original Score; and Songs for a New World, a theatrical song cycle directed by Daisy Prince, which has since been seen in hundreds of productions around the world since its 1995 Off-Broadway debut, including a celebrated revival at New York’s City Center in the summer of 2018. Parade was also the subject of a major revival directed by Rob Ashford, first at London’s Donmar Warehouse and then at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. Jason conducted his orchestral adaptation of E.B. White’s novel The Trumpet of the Swan with the National Symphony Orchestra, and recorded the score for PS Classics. Future projects include a new chamber musical created with Daisy Prince and Jonathan Marc Sherman called The Connector; an adaptation of Lilian Lee’s Farewell My Concubine, created with Kenneth Lin and Moisés Kaufman; and a collaboration with Billy Crystal, Amanda Green, Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel on a musical of Mr. Saturday Night. Jason is the winner of the 2018 Louis Auchincloss Prize, the 2002 Kleban Award for Outstanding Lyrics and the 1996 Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Foundation Award for Musical Theatre. Jason’s songs, including the cabaret standard “Stars and the Moon,” have been performed and recorded by Ariana Grande, Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, Betty Buckley, Renée Fleming, Jon Hendricks and many others, and his song “Someone To Fall Back On” was featured in the Walden Media film, Bandslam.

As a soloist or with his band The Caucasian Rhythm Kings, Jason has performed concerts around the world. For the past four years (and ongoing), his monthly sold-out performances at New York’s SubCulture have featured many of the music and theater world’s most extraordinary performers. His newest collection, “How We React and How We Recover”, was released in June 2018 on Ghostlight Records. His previous solo album, “Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes”, was named one of Amazon.com’s best of 2005, and is available from Sh-K-Boom Records. Jason’s 2012 concert with Anika Noni Rose was broadcast on PBS, and he was the featured soloist for a live episode of Friday Night Is Music Night, broadcast live from the London Palladium and featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra. His collaboration with singer Lauren Kennedy, “Songs of Jason Robert Brown,” is available on PS Classics. Jason is also the composer of the incidental music for the Broadway revival of You Can’t Take It With You, David Lindsay-Abaire’s Kimberly Akimbo and Fuddy Meers, and Kenneth Lonergan’s The Waverly Gallery, and he was a Tony Award nominee for his contributions to the score of Urban Cowboy the Musical. He has also contributed music to the hit Nickelodeon television series The Wonder Pets as well as Sesame Street. Jason spent ten years teaching at the USC School of Dramatic Arts, and has also taught at Harvard University, Princeton University and Emerson College.

For the musical Prince of Broadway, a celebration of the career of his mentor Harold Prince, Jason was the musical supervisor and arranger. Other New York credits as conductor and arranger include Urban Cowboy the Musical on Broadway; Dinah Was, off-Broadway and on national tour; When Pigs Fly off-Broadway; William Finn’s A New Brain at Lincoln Center Theater; the 1992 tribute to Stephen Sondheim at Carnegie Hall (recorded by RCA Victor); Yoko Ono’s New York Rock, at the WPA Theatre; and Michael John LaChiusa’s The Petrified Prince at the Public Theatre. Jason orchestrated Andrew Lippa’s john and jen, Off-Broadway at Lamb’s Theatre. Additionally, Jason served as the orchestrator and arranger of Charles Strouse and Lee Adams’s score for a proposed musical of Star Wars. Jason has conducted and created arrangements and orchestrations for Liza Minnelli, John Pizzarelli, and Michael Feinstein, among many others.

Jason studied composition at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., with Samuel Adler, Christopher Rouse, and Joseph Schwantner. He lives with his wife, composer Georgia Stitt, and their daughters in New York City. Jason is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and the American Federation of Musicians Local 802. Visit him on the web at www.jasonrobertbrown.com.

KAILEY RHODES as Cathy

Kailey is honored to take part in this beautiful story. She was seen onstage at Broadway Rose as Cinderella in Into the Woods (Drammy Award) as well as Claire in Ordinary Days. Other credits include Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley at Portland Center Stage, The Wolves at Portland Playhouse, Sense and Sensibility at Clackamas Repertory Theatre, and Urinetown and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee with Anonymous Theatre Company. She has appeared in Teenage Dick, An Octoroon, and The Importance of Being Earnest at Artists Repertory Theatre and hopes to rejoin them again one fine post-COVID day for their world premiere of Anthony Hudson’s Looking for Tiger Lily. “Thanks to Brian and Sharon for the creative process, Jeff for melting my face (and heart) with your voice, and to Matt, for everything.”

JEFF ROSICK as Jamie

Jeff Rosick (pronounced “Raw-sick”) is an actor and music composer. Best known for his role as Buddy Jr. on Friday Night Lights (NBC), he has also appeared on Bones (FOX), Parenthood (NBC), Aquarius (NBC), and more. As a commercial, TV, and film composer, he’s worked with numerous local, national, and international brands. Recently, he’s begun composing orchestral covers of popular songs for his YouTube channel, Cover Orchestra (@CoverOrchestra). Throw it on while you’re cooking, eh? (and give it a like/subscribe if you like what you hear!). “Thanks for sharing in our story. Good health ’n vibes to you.”

Musicians

Piano/Conductor
BRIAN MICHAEL

Guitar
ERIC TONER

Bass and Violin
AMY ROESLER

Cello
QUINN LIU

Musical Numbers

“Still Hurting…….Cathy 

“Shiksa Goddess…….Jamie 

“See I’m Smiling…….Cathy 

“Moving Too Fast”…….Jamie 

“I’m A Part of That”…….Cathy 

“The Schmuel Song…….Jamie 

“A Summer In Ohio…….Cathy 

“The Next Ten Minutes”……….Jamie and Cathy 

“A Miracle Would Happen / When You Come Home To Me…….Jamie and Cathy 

“Climbing Uphill”……….Cathy 

“If I Didn’t Believe In You…….Jamie

“I Can Do Better Than That…….……….Cathy 

“Nobody Needs To Know…….Jamie 

“Goodbye Until Tomorrow / I Could Never Rescue You……. Jamie and Cathy 

Run time is approximately 90 minutes.

Content Advisory: The Last Five Years is recommended for patrons aged 16 years and older. The show contains strong language and adult situations including alcohol use and references to sex, infidelity, and the complexities of relationships and marriage.
Click here for our Pre-viewing Sensory Guide for Children and Adults with Disabilities (PDF).

Crew and Additional Talent

Sound Board Operator
BRIANA FISHER

Dressers
DAN MURPHY
MOLLY MURPHY

Scenic Artists
LIZ CARLSON
JO FARLEY

Video Produced, Directed, and Edited by
MARK DANIELS

Camera Operators
MARK DANIELS
ROB LINDEMANN
JERRY ROUSSELLE

Video Production Assistant
JANICE PAVIK

Special Thanks

DENNIS JOHNSON
of CENTER STREET GOLD & SILVER


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Ruth White

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Ethelwyn Bowler
Pauline Boyes
Lisa Braun
Jeff Britt & Ken Struckmeier
Victoria Brooks
Dennis Brophy
Linda Brumder
Dick Butkus
Craig Butler
Laura Cadiz
Leslie Cardwell
Jean Carlson
Priscilla Carlson & Karen Wells
Brenda Carpenter
Steve & Dessie Carpenter
Mary Carr
Diane Carter
Cari Catlow
Trace Ceccacci
Louise Chambers
Kathy Chandler
Linda M Chun
Gina Cobb
Ed & Catherine Cooper
Louise Cornelius
Dorothy Cowart
Lyn Cramer
Jim Crino
Cathy Croghan Alzner
Liz Cronin
Judy & Ned Cutright
Jennifer Davies
Barbara J. Davis
David & Kalani Davis
Karen Davis
Christine DeBuhr
Lynn Della
Anthony DeMore
Matt & Gayle Denham
Charla Dent
Emily & Adam Dew
Tory Dittman
Sylvia & Bill Dorney
Nancy & Stephen Dudley
Jodi Duncan
Christine Dunn
Patricia Durovchic
Marcella Easly
Eric & Brenda Eichelberger
Leslye Epstein
Jean Eves
C Fairchild
Mary Fay
Roberta Ferrero
Betty Fleming
Rick Fletcher & Christie Slight
Carol Flores
Arthur & Marie Fox
Kenneth Fransen
Mark & Laura Fryburg
Jim Gabriel
Mike Gallagher
Susan Garber
Nan Gatchel
Marie & Michael Gettel-Gilmartin
Diane Giampaoli
Leah Gibbs
Vicki Gideon
Sally Gradin
Barbara Gray
Emma Gray
Kristine Gundacker
Ashleigh Gunter
Mary Haise
Judith Hale
Julie Hambuchen
Yvonne Hanna
Trisha Harrahill
Sue Harris
Richard Hart
Debbie Hartvickson
Margaret Hawkins
Phyllis Heagle
Stan & Marilyn Heath
Evelyn Henry
Shannon Herbers
Deborah Herbert
George & Charlotte Hetu
Joy & Phil Hirl
Brenda Hogan
Laura Holcombe
Emma Holland
Betsy & Jim Holzgraf
Mark Horn & Mark Wilkinson
Sue Horn-Caskey
Gary Hoselton
Linda Humphrey & John McAnulty
Kuon Hunt
Margaret Hurle
Lois Jackson
Judy Jacobs
Barbara Janac
Emmanuelle Jarmon
Charlotte Jensen
Sharon Johnson
Chuck Jones
Patricia Jones
Dale & Barb Jutila
Susan Kara
Marion & Bart Kessler
Mary Kirk
Patti Kirsch Daggett
Jerome Kleffner
Joan Kloster
Linda & Doug Knight
Tessy & Bruce Knudsen
William Kroger
Ellen & Nate Krusi
Bill & Darcy Krusinski
Barbara Kuhn
Ronald & Lucy Laande
Lynn Labasan
Cheryl Labavitch
Carol LaBrie & Roger Edwards
Janet & Gary Langenwalter
Mark Larsen
Becky Larson
Virginia A Leffall-Husak
Cassandra Leone
Beth Levy & Allen Gurney
Steve Levy
Sam Linder
Cedric Lindquist
James & Erin Linhares
Michaela Lipsey
Fay Littlefield
Robert Litviak & Suzanne Lirviak
Debra & Michael Loen
Peggy Luckman
Sheryl Lydon
Robyn & Bruce MacKay
Sue Mann
Cindy Marchese
Marick Family
Rowena Marks
Ellen Maroney
Judith Marquardt
Jason Marr & Lori Hoover
Carla & Herb Matter
Neil & Mary Pat Mc Ginn
Mary McConnel°
Jean McCormick
William McDonnal
Sandra McHarg
Doug & Sara McKean
Phil & Heather McKnight
Cathi McLain
Florence McMullen
Susan Means
Carol Miller
Ted & Fran Miller
Michael & Denise Millhollen
Michael & Nic Miramontes
Brian Moen & Andrea Hackett
Fran Moga
Mary Mollway
Paula Moore
Bob & Shannon Moxley
Kristen Murphy
Shannon Murray
Julie Nelson
Tammy Nelson
Sarah Neudeck
Mary Newell
Virginia Nielsen
Vana O’Brien
Rosemary Pasteris
Anne Peterson
Tracy & Twila Petrie
Margaret Poehler
Brenda Powell
Robin & Caris Power
Victoria Pratt
Carolyn Pullen
Sadie Pullen°
Vonda Purdy-Myers
Candy Puterbaugh
Ben Quintel
Willa Ralphs
Amelia Reed
Ken & Christy Reese
Margo Richert
Ron Rilee
Priscilla Roberts
Elizabeth Robin
Todd Robson
Ralph Rogers
Gretchen Root°
William Rose
Charlotte Rubin
Mary Russell
Mary Russell
Mark Ryan
Annette Saarinen
Shirley Sagerser
Karen & James Sandberg
Jackie Sanders
Michael Scarcella
Bob & Judy Scholz
Maureen & Thomas Schultz
Jayne & Steve Scott
Ariel Shattan & Philip Jansen
Hayley Shauklas
Marge & Allan Sherman
Virginia Shipman
Allen Shoaff & Martha Rhea
Bill & Arlene Showell
Marilyn & Burt Silverman
Maureen Simmonds
Steve Singer
Diane H. Smith
Nigel Smith
Noreen Spiegel
Dick & Leanne Spence
Julian & Patricia Spires
Janelle St. Pierre
Susan Statler
Charity Staudenraus
Claudia Sterling
Andrea Stevens
Mary Ann Storey
Pat Stupur°
Susan Sturgeon
Cathy & Steve Sturtevant
Heather Taylor
Lloyd Thacker
Robert Tinkler
Chris Tippets
Howard & Lois Tobin
Nancy Trotic
Maria Tucker
Jessica Turner
Krista Ulland
Danielle Valentine
Victoria Villarreal
Mickey & Anne Voeqtlin
Susan Vonderheit
Janet Voss
Richard & Carol Wagner
Glenda Walls
Rick Warren
Rebecca Wassel
Mike & Kerry Weaver
Bev Westerlund
Colleen Westphal
June Wheeler
Jenny Whitmore
Joe & Phyllis Whittington
Heather Wilson
Helene Wilson
Kay Winter
Carol Wojciechowski
Allan Wood
Jonathan & Dorie Woolf
Judi & Roger Worrall
Lei Zhou

The Encore Club

The Encore Club recognizes individuals who help secure arts funding for future generations by including Broadway Rose in their estate planning.

Encore Club members receive invitations to exclusive Broadway Rose events and permanent inclusion in our programs. If you have included Broadway Rose in your will, please call deShauna Jones at 503.906.2377 so that we may thank you!

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Pat Bukieda
Leigh Bunkin*
Linda Clark
Bonnie Conger
Dave & Sharon Cutz
Tony & Raylene Eilers
Paul & Linda Erickson
Geraldine Fohl*
Peggy & Richard Forcier
Lisa Francolini & Bev Wells
Nancy Gilbert*
Heidi Heydlauff
Helen Honse & Bert Cornick
Johanna Jansen
Dick & Sally Larsen
Kittie Larson
Trish Lloyd
Sharon Maroney
Kathy Martin & Lory Humbert
Toraj & Irene Khavari
Gayle Miller
Laurie Minger
Marilyn R. Mulhall
Eugene P. Nelson
Ron & Kathie Olson
Mary A. Owen Charitable Fund
Bill Ramirez & Roberta Staff
Michael Sands & Jane Robinson
Les & Erna Sarasohn
Karyn Vincent & Erin Olson
David & Carol Wright

* Bequest received

How does it work? Naming Broadway Rose in your will is easy. Just include the following text:

“I hereby bequeath to the Broadway Rose Theatre Company, located at P.O. Box 231004, Tigard, OR 97281, a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization with IRS tax identification number 93-1069099, [percentage of estate or dollar amount] to be used as determined by the board of directors.”

Corporate Sponsors
Title Sponsor
Pearson Financial Group/Conrad Pearson and Bonnie Conger

Producing Partners
Bonnie Conger
Pavelcomm
Portland Spirit
Curtis T. Thompson, MD & Associates

Associate Producing Partners
Copytronix
John L. Cook, CPA
RiverWest Acupuncture
The Greenbrier Companies

Directors’ League
Bill Jordan, DMD, PC, Family Dentistry
Buster & Lilly’s Doggie Daycare
Friendly Move Management
Minuteman Press of Tigard

Star Players
Coast Pavement Services
Holiday Inn Portland South Wilsonville
HomeStreet Bank
Longbottom Coffee & Tea
Tigard Tire & Auto

Stage Partners
ACE Hardware Progress Ridge
Banning’s Restaurant
Center Street Gold and Silver
Landmark Ford Lincoln
McDonald Jacobs
PLA Designs

Matching Employers

Matching Employers

3m
Alaska Airlines/Horizon Airlines
Cambia Health Foundation
Chevron
Delta Dental
Honda
Intel Corporation
Key Bank Foundation
Legacy Health System
Mentor Graphics Foundation
Moda Health
Pacific Power Foundation
Portland General Electric
RLI Charitable Gift Fund via Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Rockwell Collins
The Standard
Thomson Reuters
U.S. Bancorp Foundation / U.S. Bank

Foundations
Ellyn Bye/Dream Envision Foundation
The Clark Foundation
The Collins Foundation
Herbert A. Templeton Foundation
Jackson Foundation
Juan Young Trust
The Kinsman Foundation
James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation
Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
Tigard Rotary Foundation
OCF Joseph E. Weston Public
Foundation
Civic and Government

City of Tigard

Cultural Coalition of Washington County and the Oregon Cultural Trust

The Regional Arts & Culture Council, including support from the City of Portland, Multnomah County and the Arts Education & Access Fund

Tigard-Tualatin School District

Washington County Board of Commissioners/Roy Rogers

Broadway Rose Theatre Company receives support from the Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon and the National Endowment for the Arts.