"The Last Five Years" to open with Unique Double Cast Swaps
La Crosse, WI - In an innovative twist to the traditional theater experience, the La Crosse Community Theatre is set to open its production of "The Last Five Years" next week on February 9th, featuring a double cast that will be swapping pairings throughout the run.
The opening night on February 9th will showcase the talents of Josh Terrones and Maya Doughterty-Harris as the lead characters. The unique aspect of this production lies in the planned cast swaps, providing the audience with distinct performances and interpretations of the characters.
Following the debut, MacKinley Bruemmer and Zoe de Boer will reunite for another performance on February 10th at 7:30 pm, offering theatergoers a chance to witness the chemistry between these two new talented performers.
The cast swap continues on February 11th when Josh Terrones and Maya Dougherty-Harris once again take the stage for a matinee performance, bringing back their own dynamic flair to the roles.
Looking ahead to the following week, audiences can expect a fresh pairing as Bruemmer and Doughterty-Harris join forces on February 15th and 16th. Meanwhile, Terrones and de Boer will grace the stage together on February 17th and 18th, delivering a new perspective to the narrative.
The innovative approach of switching pairings not only adds an element of surprise for the audience but also highlights the versatility of the cast, allowing each actor to bring their unique interpretation to the characters.
"The Last Five Years" promises to be a captivating and dynamic production, showcasing the depth of talent within the La Crosse Community Theatre. Don't miss the chance to experience this one-of-a-kind theatrical journey, where every performance offers a fresh take on the poignant story of love and loss.