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The Last Five Years opens next week at OCP

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Posted at 1:35 PM, Feb 19, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-19 14:35:15-05

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — The Omaha Community Playhouse's (OCP) production of The Last Five Years opens next Friday to kick off the second half of their 2020/21 season.

Performances will be held in the Hawks Mainstage Theatre and will run Wednesdays through Sundays, with the last show held Sunday, March 23.

The Last Five Years will also be available to rent for at-home viewing starting Friday, March 5. To see all OCP streaming events, visit this website.

Tickets are on sale now starting at $25, with prices varying per performance.

Purchase tickets by phone at (402) 553-0800, online or in-person at the OCP Box Office located at 6915 Cass St.

Also see: Omaha Community Playhouse keeps Christmas spirit alive with readaptation of "A Christmas Carol"

OCP describes the production below:

"A captivating, intimate musical that retraces the rise and fall of a five-year romantic relationship. The story is presented in chronological order by Jamie, the man, and in reverse by Cathy, the woman, with the two versions of the story meeting only once—at their wedding in the middle.

Profoundly emotional with comedic moments sprinkled throughout, The Last Five Years is beautifully heartbreaking."

See COVID-19 precautions implemented by OCP below:

All audience, staff and volunteers will be required to wear masks. Masks will be available free of charge and must be worn properly in accordance with CDC guidelines. Patrons attending a show in either theatre will be socially distanced from other guests with all groups at least six feet apart. Productions will not incorporate any physical audience participation.

Audience members will be required to self-screen for a fever and symptoms of illness prior to arriving at OCP. Those with fever or other symptoms may exchange their ticket at no cost.

Lobbies, reception areas and lines will be arranged and marked to encourage social distancing. Plexiglass barriers will be installed in the box office windows with cash-free payments encouraged, touchless credit card transactions offered and touch-free ticket pickup available. Common areas and performance halls will be cleaned and sanitized on a daily basis with both cleanser and electrostatic technology.

All restrooms will be outfitted with touchless fixtures and will be sanitized daily and throughout performances. We will no longer hold post-show meet and greets with the actors in the lobby. Concessions and drinks will not be available and public water fountains will be closed.

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