The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to The Last Five Years!

Ten years later, one of the shortest running Off-Broadway musicals, which has had one of the largest impacts on musical theater, is back Off-Broadway . . . and it’s this Sunday’s Giveaway!

That’s right my readers, one of you is going to see Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years at Second Stage!  (A bit of trivia – I was offered a chance to invest in the original production – something that I passed on back in the day, which was the right move considering its undeserved shorter-than-should-have-been run.  But boy do I wish I invested in the album!)

And when I say JRB’s The Last Five Years, I really mean it, since it is pretty well known that the piece is semi-autobiographical.

But this production is even more JRB than usual, because it’s actually directed by the Maestro himself.

I want to go.  Don’t you?

An artist directing their own work always adds a unique take on the material, don’t you think?  Arthur Laurents and Gypsy.  James Lapine and Sunday in the Park with George.  And more.  I’ve done it a few times too, including this show.

Name an Author, Composer, Lyricist, Designer, or other artist that you’d like to see direct their own work and name the show in the comments below and you could be entered to win a couple of tickets to see The Last Five Years.

No album investment included.

Enter away!


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  • Claudia says:

    I would love to go back in time and see a production of Hamlet directed by Shakespeare himself. For a living example, I want to see Sondheim direct Sunday in the Park with George or Merrily We Roll Along. Both of those shows are about artists and it would be interesting to see the creators’ interpretation.

  • Reginald says:

    Lin Manuel directing In the Heights!

  • Rafi Levavy says:

    I’m going to interpret “their own work” as not necessarily something that they’ve written but something that they are working on/in and say that I think Patrick Stewart would be a great director and if he was directing himself in a show, I think that would be an amazing evening of theater.

  • Luke W says:

    I think the really obvious choice would be Sondheim, although the fact that he *hasn’t* directed any of his own work seems a pretty clear indication that he doesn’t want to do so. Still, I’d love to see his own take on one of his more “introverted” shows, particularly Sunday in the Park with George.

  • djk says:

    As he is the father of modern stagecraft, I’d love to travel back and time and see how Wagner staged his operas at Bayreuth.

  • George DeMarco says:

    Carol Channing directing Hello Dolly

  • Sarah P. says:

    I bet Tim Rice could direct a good Evita, seeing as the project was his initial inspiration and obsession! 🙂 (He’d probably have an interesting take on ‘Chess’ and ‘Superstar’ as well…)

  • Lori says:

    I would love to see Victor Hugo directing Les Miz.

  • Stephanie P says:

    It would have been interesting to see how Jonathan Larson would have directed Rent past the early stages.

  • Jeffrey says:

    I would have loved to have seen tick tick boom directed by Jonathan Larsen.

  • I’d have love to see Moliere direct Tartuffe or any of his other plays!

  • Esperanza Rodriguez says:

    Stew directing Passing Strange

  • abe says:

    I’d like to see Steve Martin directing Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

  • Brian D. says:

    Tennessee Williams-directed productions of Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire would be near the top of the list of Wish I Could See That productions.

  • Rebecca says:

    I think that often, the director being someone who is involved as an actor or a creator of the material is a mistake, because it’s a missed opportunity to bring in someone who can look at the piece with fresh eyes and identify areas that might need more clarity in ways that aren’t always clear to someone who is with the piece in other ways. So it’s hard for me to think of times when it would definitely work.

    But if I have to choose someone, I would be very curious to see what Tony Kushner could do directionally with any of his work, especially Caroline or Change, which is also semi-autobiographical.

  • Randi says:

    Lin Manuel-Miranda directing a revival of In the Heights!

  • Brian says:

    Bob Martin directing The Drowsy Chaperone. If he recreated his performance it would be the ultimate meta-theatrical experience!

  • Aaron Deitsch says:

    I would love to see a Duncan Sheik-directed Spring Awakening! Bet that would be awesome!!!

  • Anna says:

    Tom Kitt’s shows rely so heavily on music that I think he would make an excellent director for them. He has done work as a musical director, so he certainly has some experience with direction. And I’m not going to pick a show he’s already written for him to potentially direct, because then he’ll come out with a new show and change my mind. So maybe If/Then…

  • Jeremy Terry says:

    I would like to see a version of Spring Awakening directed by Duncan Sheik. From what I understand, the show changed a lot before becoming what it is today and I would be interested in revisiting his original ideas for the production; see what he would have done differently.

  • Ken Offricht says:

    Andrew Lippa directing The Wild Party.

  • Nicole S says:

    Sondheim directing Company.

  • Nothing could beat Sondheim directing his own production of Into the Woods

  • Morgan says:

    Martin McDonagh The Lieutenant of Inishmore.

  • Andy Miyam says:

    Michel Legrand and “Amour”? Maybe the beautiful musical could be better for business?

  • Laura K says:

    Wouldn’t Yul Brenner been a character directing The King and I? He would have renamed it “The King.”

    Since we are discussing it, why isn’t the show called The King and Me? or The King and the English Lady?



  • Christine Garfinkel says:

    I would like to see a Joss Whedon production make it to Broadway/Off-Broadway! Anything from Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog to a musical version of any of his other work…like the musical episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Not necessarily typical Broadway fare, and a little campy, I know, but he is a great director and it would be a lot of fun!

  • Elizabeth Parra says:

    William Finn directing The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!!

  • Carl says:

    Mike Daisey and Eric Bogosian’s monologues are directed by their wives, both of whom are terrific directors. I’d be curious to see how their shows would be different if they directed them themselves.

  • gjc says:

    One Night Only: Sondheim directs GYPSY

  • brian says:

    Scott Alan directing his new musical home

  • Lilly Hugo says:

    I’d love to see Joseph Stein direct Fiddler on the Roof!!

  • Maria D says:

    I’d like to see Frank Wildhorn’s take on any of his projects. Maybe they would look very different, and Wildhorn-haters would have a new perspective to view!

  • Colleen V. says:

    It would be great to have Barbra Streisand direct Funny Girl.

  • Billy Recce says:

    I would love to see David Yazbeck direct any of his three musicals, Full Monty, DRS, and WOTVOANB….maybe even perform in one too?? He would be a superb Lawrence in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

  • A. Scott Falk says:

    Howard Ashman’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST could have been something wonderful.

  • Jenny Sims says:

    Walt Disney directing Mary Poppins. Or Beauty and the Beast. Or The Lion King (any of the Disney shows, really!)

  • Tracy Letts directing August, Osage County.

  • gaby g says:

    David Rockwell directing a mish mash of Rocky Horror Picture Show and Hairspray. Could be called Horrorspray!

  • Ellie says:

    Seussical directed by Dr. Seuss
    You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown directed by Charles Schulz
    (Time machine needed for either production)

  • Marcus Allen Cooper says:

    1) Willy Wonka directed by Gene Wilder sounds good to me…

  • Daniel D. says:

    Boy George should direct his own “Taboo”. Dirty. Real. Site specific. Wait– I should direct it myself.

  • Demi Agapitos says:

    Uhh the most obvious one, Mel Brooks directing The Prodcers, or Young Frankenstein, or hopefully Blazing Saddles!! for the stage, though I love Susan Stroman.
    Otherwise, obviously, Larry Kramer directing The Normal Heart, who could beat that?

  • Jackie Brown says:

    Adam Sandler directing The Wedding Singer

  • Hilary says:

    Okay …. I have a few. Basically, they are some of my favorite shows that I’ve seen, read or heard [the music to] and I want to see them again in this way.

    “impossible” people/shows:
    – William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night or Hamlet (my two favorite plays he wrote)
    – Jonathan Larson, Rent

    possible people/shows:
    – Alice Ripley, Next to Normal (I think she would have an interesting POV, after performing for so long in it)
    – Mandy Patinkin, The Secret Garden

    There are a lot of shows …. so I will leave it with these four 😀

    Thanks for this opportunity!

  • Margie says:

    How about Muddy Waters directing a show called “I’m a Man,” with all of his material?

  • Cullen K. says:

    Tom Kitt directing Next to Normal! It would be incredible to see him incorporate the music even more so than they already did in the original production.

  • Geri W says:

    Sondheim directing one of his earlier musicals would be so much fun and so great to see.

  • I’d like to see William Finn direct A New Brain!

  • Bryan Austermann says:

    I love Wicked to no end, but I’d really like to see Stephen Schwartz direct a production of Rags. Partially just because I want to be able to see it. Haha

  • Andy Monroe says:

    How about a revival of THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG directed by Robert Klein?

  • Tom L says:

    John Waters directing Hairspray would be a true delight.

  • Caitlin C says:

    Lin-Manuel Miranda with In the Heights!

  • Yosi Merves says:

    Some wonderful suggestions above.

    I would like to see a production of Torch Song Trilogy directed by Harvey Fierstein.

    I would also be interested in Guys and Dolls directed by Nathan Lane.

  • Travis says:

    Perhaps John Cameron Mitchell could direct a new interesting production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch

  • Marybeth says:

    I’d love to see Tom Levitt direct Bombshell. I think he has great artistic vision. 😉

  • Liz Wollman says:

    Myrna Lamb directing the first-ever revival of her 1971 musical Mod Donna.

  • Julia F says:

    This is cheating, but I’m desperate to see Emma Rice’s production of Brief Encounter again. The story may be Coward’s and the music Stu Barker’s, but the show is Rice’s; she was able to build the adaptation around her staging and the direction to best emphasize the story she wanted to tell. It was a fantastic example of how integral being the creator can be in providing visionary direction.

  • Dave says:

    How about Voltaire directing Candide? This is the same guy who’s quoted as saying, “Anything that is too stupid to be spoken is sung.” Sounds like a hysterically fun director to work with.

  • Lynn S says:

    I’m going to have to agree with Sarah P. about Tim Rice directing Chess. With everything that it went through with Bennett and Nunn, it would be interesting to have his perspective (as a director) on the story. I’d also like to see how he would direct designers to serve the story (considering the craziness of the both the original Broadway and original London set designs).

  • Anthony says:

    My first thought was Lin-Manuel Miranda directing In the Heights.

    Since it’s already been mentioned a couple times, I’ll go with…

    Jason Robert Brown directing Parade.

    Or how about Ahrens and Flaherty directing Ragtime (or any of their shows).

  • Joe G says:

    Sam Shepard directing Buried Child

  • Eileen F. says:

    I’d drop everything to see what Steven Schwartz would do with Wicked….or in my fondest dreams, the yet-to-exist stage version of Pocahontas.

  • I’d love to see Stoppard direct “Travesties.”

  • John P. says:

    Woody Allen’s “Bullets Over Broadway” is coming to Broadway next year but it’s my understanding that he will not direct this musical version of his own film. I think it should and deserves to be directed by him. Nobody could possibly direct it better.

  • Elliot says:

    Terrence McNally directing Ragtime!

  • Rick Reynolds says:

    I’d love to a revival of “Torch Song Trilogy” directed by Harvey Fierstein. An amazing work which I’ll never forget – would love for him to direct someone else in the part.

  • Timmy D. says:

    Julie Andrews Directing Victor/Victoria or Glenn Close Directing Sunset Boulevard

    My dream would be Stephen Sondheim Directing Assassins and Playing the role of Charles Guiteau.

  • Tina says:

    Julie Andrews directing My Fair Lady!

  • Jason Parry says:

    I’d love to go back in time and see Fosse direct anyone of the shows he choreographed

  • John Bautista says:

    I would love to see Sondheim directing A Little Night Music!

  • Nathan says:

    I would love to see:
    – Elton John direct Lion King
    – Sondheim direct Sweeney Todd
    – Alan Menken direct Little Mermaid
    – Stephan Shwartz direct Pippin

  • Samantha O says:

    I would very much love to see Tony Kushner direct Caroline, or Change.

  • Grace says:

    I’d love to see David Henry Hwang direct FOB!

  • Carly Maalouf says:

    I would love to see Stephen Sondheim direct a production of Company!



  • Andrew Lippa directing The Wild Party!

  • Oh man, I’d love to see Hello Again, directed by LaChiusa! Hell, I’d want to be IN that production. What an intensely creative process that would be.

  • Erin says:

    Sondheim directing Merrily We Roll Along

  • Jared Dailey says:

    Duncan Sheik – Spring Awakening. Fo sho! 😀


  • Barbra directing Funny Girl. Craaaaaaazy!

  • Matthew says:

    Wow, that’s a lot of comments already, but I’ll bite. I’d like to see Aaron Sorkin direct A Few Good Men.

  • Robin F says:

    Paula Vogul directing How I Learned to Drive. It would be fascinating to see how dark her vision was and whether the characters are redeemed.

  • Zach says:

    Sondheim directing Company!

  • David McKibbin says:

    Impossible: Frank Loesser directing “Guys and Dolls” or “The Most Happy Fella”.

    Possible: Andrew Lloyd Webber directing “Jesus Christ Superstar” or William Finn directing “A New Brain”.

  • Mark S. says:

    Considering what a wonderful job he did with the Off-Broadway revival of Closer Than Ever, I would be very Pleased With Myself if I could Travel anywhere to see Richard Maltby Jr. direct Starting Here, Starting Now.

  • Lindsay Bryde says:

    I would love to see Billie Joe Armstrong take on American Idiot. He was such a vivid life and character when he appeared in the show, adding lines and jokes, that it would be interesting to see his choices if he could adjust the other roles as well.

  • I would have loved to have seen the original production of FALSETTOS directed by James Lapine. I would love to see a revival of FALSETTOS directed by Lapine with William Finn involved in some way.

  • C. D. says:

    Count me in for Sondheim directing one of his shows. Anyone Can Whistle would be amazing. Or like others have said, Merrily We Roll Along!

  • Kyle Abraham says:

    August Osage County – directed by Tracy Letts

  • Allie says:

    Marketa Irglova and Glen Hansard directing Once. It would be so fascinating to see them once again take on their own story in a different medium.

  • Michael Reed says:

    Andrew Lippa doung The Wild Party!

  • Ronni Chow says:

    Sondheim directing Into the Woods

  • Diana says:

    THE MAPMAKER’S OPERA is a new Broadway bound musical by composer Kevin Purcell and Victor Kazan from Australia ( although Victor is orginally from England).Some of this really imaginative music score has been posted at which is where I first came across it.It would be exciting to have Kevin as music director on his own show, as he is actually better known in this role, as well as being an orchestrator for some heavyweight Broadway people from what I’ve learned.

  • Tim Realbuto says:

    ‘The Last Five Years’ is my must see show of the season!

    Also, I’d love to see a production of ‘Sweeney Todd’ directed by Stephen Sondheim.

  • Evie says:

    Rodgers and Hammerstein directing Cinderella, because the version on Broadway right now is so entirely different from the original (and different productions before that have altered it in other ways) it made me wonder how they had thought of it when they wrote it.

  • Lonnie Cooper says:

    Joe Orton directing What the butler saw

  • Jeremy says:

    Dolly Parton, “9 to 5”

  • Billy-Christopher Maupin says:

    With the noted exception of Laurents and GYPSY…though one might say he wasn’t the same man he was when he wrote it, it generally helps a piece more to put it in others hands with fresh eyes.

    But…ok, ok…

    Romeo and Juliet. Directed by Shakespeare. So we could see how he really wanted it done.

  • Todd says:

    Tracy Letts – August Osage County
    Adam Guettel – Floyd Collins
    Bruce Campbell – Evil Dead Musical

  • Josh says:

    Assassins directed by Sondheim. Who else could bring out every intention written into that show?

  • Deborah says:

    If only Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog could be a real Broadway musical with Joss Whedon directing…I’d pay just about anything to see that show! (especially if NPH and Nathan Fillion were in it)

  • Porsche says:

    Falsettos with Finn and/or Lapine directing.

  • Hannah Weitzman says:

    Richard Maltby Jr. directing Baby.

  • Luke H. says:

    Sometimes I’ll read a script that’s so confusing I wish the writer had to direct it. I mean, it’s very possible that he has an idea of what it should look like, but he’d be the only one. Cryptic stage directions or actions that seem completely out of character can only be made sense of in the mind of the director. Of course, most of these instances are from lower-caliber writers; I’ve never heard of a Broadway show with such trials.

    As for official shows that I want to see directed by the creator, I think it’d be cool to see Jonothan Larson direct Tick…Tick…Boom, since that too was autobiographical.

  • Donna says:

    I’d love to have see Alan Jay Lerner (or Julie Andrews although it technically isn’t her work)
    direct My Fair Lady

    Also: Marvin Hamlisch directing They’re Playing Our Song.

  • Jean Ann Garrish says:

    I would love to see Sondheim direct anything of his, but if I had to choose just one it would be “Sunday in the Park with George”.

  • Jacklyn says:

    I’d love to see Lena Dunham direct a play by Nora Ephron.

  • Monica says:

    I’d like to see Andrew Lloyd Webber direct Phantom of the Opera.

  • David says:

    Since dead people are not off limits, Nora Ephron directing Lucky Guy.

  • Kerry Zukus says:

    I look at “flawed” shows; shows that coulda/shoulda been hits. Perhaps if one of the major contributors, especially with the benefit of hindsight, had a shot at an uncompromising new vision, the show could really turn around in revival. Thus, I nominate Jerry Herman to direct a revival of “Mack and Mabel”.

  • Chaplin directing Chaplin!

  • Beau says:

    Elton and Tim Rice co-directing a revival of AIDA.

  • ECP says:

    A revival of SCAPINO directed by Jim Dale, who starred in the original delighful production, co-adapted the book from a Moliere play, and provided music. I would bet he gets smartly creative all over again. Second choice: actress Kathy Bates directing, not acting in, COME BACK TO THE 5 & DIME JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN.

  • Emily Herschbein says:

    Brian Crawley direction A Little Princess would be breathtaking. I’d love to see his ideas even more fleshed out.

  • Kristin D. says:

    Rosemary Harris directing The Royal Family!

  • I’d break down the doors to see an impossible version of 448 Psychosis directed by Sarah Kane. Wow. What would it look like in her own mind?

  • Fatima says:

    Woody Allen directing “God”

  • Ethan says:

    Pete Townshend and TOMMY. (I he hasn’t already …)

  • Cheryl Dzubak says:

    I think that Josh Groban would be awesome to direct a musical If he directs it and also stars in it, that would be even more awesome. He has a wonderful voice and I think it would be perfect for Broadway. It would have to be something with romance, perhaps something like South Pacific maybe suited to today’s times. Can you just picture him on Broadway singing something like Some Enchanted Evening?!

  • Matthew says:

    It doesn’t satisfy the terms of this contest, but I’d love to see Geuttel rework Carousel just a tad (as a musician and director).

    My official submission: I’d like to see Stroman, in the vein of Scottsboro Boys, direct Kiss of the Spider Woman (on the original, she was choreographer).

  • Robb J says:

    I don’t know that Sondheim has much interest in Directing, but have you seen the videos of him working with singers doing his songs? I think it was part of a british TV show or somethine. Based on that I would love to see him direct a concert of one of his works. But something I am not as familiar with so I don’t bring any previous star turns to compare it to.

    Got it. Sondheim directing a concert of the Frogs

  • Elizabeth says:

    T.S. Eliot directing CATS

  • Ellen Orchid says:

    I’d like to have Wendy Wasserstein direct “The Heidi Chronicles”. That would be very interesting.

  • Ryan McCurdy says:

    Pete Townshend directing The Who’s Tommy.

  • Lindsay Fabes says:

    I would love to see Pasek and Paul direct Edges. I know it’s been done in Albany but I would love to see it take New York City by storm!

  • Sandy Jameson says:

    This may sound cliche, but Jonathan Larson directing Rent OR Tick, Tick Boom would be quite interesting. I’d venture to say that both shows would have turned out quite differently if he had been at the directing helms all the way…

  • Chad G says:

    Of course any Sondheim show, but I’d also be curious with a Steven Schwartz piece. I think it would be interesting to see if he would strip down Pippin or Wicked to the bare bones of the story

  • Rick Hinkson says:

    harold pinter directing THE HOMECOMING.

  • Megan Petersen says:

    I would love to see The Light in the Piazza revived with Adam Guettel directing and Cabaret with John Kander directing.

  • Would love to witness Charles Dickens direct “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” We could still take a vote on who/how we want the musical to finish, have that particular number performed, but then we would have the added bonus of an actual performance of Dickens’s intended ending. Talk about an 11 o’clock number!
    And I bet CD would offer a lyric or two to the fray.
    I can dream, can’t I?

  • Joy says:

    I’d love to see Harry Connick Jr. star and direct his own show. I envision it having a New Orleans theme and featuring songs from his Oh My NOLA album

  • Adam S. says:

    Ben Vereen directing a production of JCS or PIPPIN.

  • Ed says:

    Alot of great possibilities already mentioned.
    How about Marian Seldes directing Deathtrap?
    She appeared in all 1,809 performances of ther play and worked with countless different casts.

  • EllenFD says:

    Sondheim directing PASSION–since it’s a very personal show for him.

  • Larry R says:

    1983 Harvey Fierstein won the Drama Desk and The Tony Award for best play as well as The Tony Award for Best Actor. Quite an accomplishment. Plus he was 31.
    It has been thirty years and I think a major revival with a major star is due.
    How amazing would it be to have Harvey direct it? Imagine him directing it and winning a Tony for it’s direction. I don’t know of anyone else who has won a Tony for writing, directing and best actor for the same play. Perhaps if Arthur Laurents played Herbie, he’d have had a shot.

  • Alexa says:

    Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

  • Jill Woodward says:

    I would personally love to see Cloud 9 directed by Caryl Churchill.

  • Jakob W says:

    The clear choice:

    Barbra Joan Streisand directing the world premiere of
    ‘A Star Is Born’ as a musical

  • Mickey Nelson says:

    Douglas Carter Beane directing The Little Dog Laughed.

  • Jeannie says:

    I so agree with the comments about Duncan Sheik and Spring Awakening. I must have seen Spring Awakening a dozen times and I would go see it again right now if I could. It was awesome sitting on the stage right next to the actors. Oh how I miss that show:(

  • Cyndi Lauper directing Kinky Boots?

    And for those of you who want Sondheim to direct, I just read a quote from him that in a bio on Hal Prince. He said that he could never direct for more than a little while, as he would be be too detail oriented and would wind up giving the actors their line readings, which he sort of does in the songs by the way he writes the music.

  • Margaret Rojahn says:

    I’d love to see David Mamet directing his comedy “A life in Theater”. A) because it’s a Mamet, and B) because he’s so intense, I love to see what he thinks would be funniest.

  • Kaitlin Boland says:

    Tony Kushner directing Angels in America!

  • Albeit a departure, I’m going to say Billy Joel, Movin’ Out. Could be a train wreck or could be something unexpected…

    I do however really like the idea of a Wasserstein directed Heidi Chroonicles.

  • AmyKB says:

    Macbeth done by Shakespeare!

  • Paula says:

    Marvin Hamlisch directing A Chorus Line!

  • Elan K. says:

    Hello, Dolly! Directed by Carol Channing. Musical Direction by Ethel Merman. Choreographed by Jerry Herman.

  • Steve Martin directing Patter for the Floating Lady, please.

  • Andie says:

    A few people have said Jonathan Larson directing Rent, but what about Puccini?

    Or Godspell directed by Jesus? I wonder what he thought about theater..

  • Ray Jessel directing an evening of his own songs. Have you heard his duet with Maude Maggart? It’s simply gorgeous. I just saw him in LA — he plays the east coast a couple times a year — he’s an unidiscovered gem.

  • Karen Bail says:

    Impossible: Marilyn Monroe directing Bombshell!
    Possible: Elaine Stritch directing Company.

  • Queerbec says:

    Harold Prince directing “Say, Darling” (Not sure if he was involved in producing this play with music, but it would be interesting to see his take on the Snow character, supposedly inspired by Prince as a young whippersnapper on Broadway never missing an opportunity.

  • Arthur Raphael says:

    David Byrne – The Talking Heads – The LifeStory.

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