STAGE TUBE: Watch Highlights of Cynthia Erivo & Joshua Henry in THE LAST FIVE YEARS!

By: Sep. 13, 2016
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Last night, Tony Award-Winner Cynthia Erivo and Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry just starred in a special one-night-only benefit concert version of Jason Robert Brown's seminal musical, The Last Five Years, with the composer himself leading the orchestra.

Below, watch Erivo and Henry perform "Still Hurting" and "Moving Too Fast":

Cynthia Erivo is a multiple award-winning actress who has made a name for herself on both West End and Broadway stages. Erivo made her Broadway debut reprising her starring role as 'Celie' in the critically acclaimed revival of The Color Purple. She first played the role in 2013 at London's Menier Chocolate Factory, earning rave reviews and an Evening Standard Theatre Award nomination for Best Musical Performance and a WhatsOnStage Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Her performance on Broadway earned her the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical, as well as the Drama Desk Award, Theatre World and Outer Critics Circle Awards and a Drama League Award nomination.

Joshua Henry recently completed his starring role as Noble Sissle in Scott Rudin's new Broadway musical Shuffle Along opposite Audra McDonald. He'll next be seen as Aaron Burr when Hamilton opens in Chicago. Joshua just filmed a lead role in the action thriller The Lakeopposite J.K. Simmons and Sullivan Stapleton, which releases Jan 2017. He received critical acclaim for his Tony nominated turn opposite Sutton Foster in the musical Violet on Broadway, which garnered him Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Award nominations for his thrilling, show-stopping performance. He was previously nominated for a Tony Award for his starring role in Susan Stroman's The Scottsboro Boys.