The important thing about The Last Five Years is that I don’t feel like it’s the show’s job to tell you who’s at fault or what went wrong. It’s just a story that has to be told about two people who weren’t supposed to be together.
My first psychiatrist told me that according to the manual, grief that continues past four months is pathological and should be medicated. Four months. For the life of my child. Who makes these decisions?
[BURSTS INTO YOUR ROOM AT 2AM] JASON ROBERT BROWN IS SO UNDER APPRECIATED, THE WAY THE LAST FIVE YEARS IS WRITTEN IS SO CLEVER AND PARADE IS SO MOVING AND ALL HIS MUSIC IS JUST BEAUTIFUL AND I’LL NEVER UNDERSTAND WHY PEOPLE DON’T RATE HIM AS MUCH AS THEY DO SONDHEIM AND WEBBER