Last Call

Author: Kelly McAllister

Last Call

Description: A wise and moving comic drama about the ways some of us heed life’s wake-up calls—and the ways the rest of us ignore them.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2002
Date Added: 6/15/2011
Content Advisory: Strong language, nudity
2 Acts, 95 Minutes
3 Females, 6 Males

NOTE: Last Call is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to

Scott D. Edwards of Harden Curtis Associates
phone: 212-977-8502;
mail: Scott D. Edwards,
c/o Harden Curtis Associates,
214 West 29th Street, Suite 1203
New York, New York 10001


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Keywords: Death and the Afterlife · Drama · Fantasy · Large Cast Size · Mostly Male Characters · Pop Culture · Single Set

This play is in the following collections: 9/11 · FringeNYC 2002

Original Production Information

Last Call was first presented by hope theatre, inc., as part of the New York International Fringe Festival in 2002 at Theater for the New City, with the following cast and credits:

David: Brett Christensen

Sheila: Christine Goodman

Jack: Jack Halpin

Carlos: R. Paul Hamilton

Karl: John Patrick Nord

Vince: Vinnie Penna

Jerry: Matthew Rankin

Kristen: Masha Sapron

Molly: Sara Thigpen

Director: Jerry McAllister

Stage Manager: Michael Minn

Choreographer: Jessica Wallenfels

Assistant Director: Stacey Plaskett

Fight Director: Vinnie Penna

Assistant Stage Manager: Melissa Welburn

Lighting Design: Jerry McAllister

Sound Design: Kelly McAllister

Set Design: Heather McAllister

Costume Design: David Jordan

Production Photographer: Laurent Girard

Production Assistant: Eric “Speed” Smith

Technical Directors for the Fringe Festival: Peter Kyte and Julia Cole

Thanks to Nicole Bradin, Leona Pickering, Clayton Pax, Jay McAllister, Alison Norris, The Present Company, Turnip Theatre Co., Elizabeth Zambetti, Theatreworks-USA, Lexington Photo Labs, (t)here magazine, Marion Fuller, Mark Mendes, Friends of Lee Winston, Kim Brown, Anthony Di Maggio, Myles Reed, Willy Elder, Kisoo Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Kokkoris, Elizabeth Reynolds, Bart Lovins, and Jack Halpin.