Go Behind The Last Five Years' "If I Didn't Believe in You" With Jason Robert Brown

The Tony-winning composer sings from one of his most beloved musicals.

With only two characters, Jason Robert Brown's The Last Five Years is the composer's most intimate musical and also one of his most personal. The show follows both parties in a relationship that spans half a decade, with the struggling actress Cathy's songs moving backward in time and the successful young writer Jamie's moving forward. During a recent one on one at SubCulture, the Tony winner revealed the origins of The Last Five Years and the story behind one if its most intensely emotional songs.

For tickets to Jason Robert Brown's August 15 show at SubCulture, click here.

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