The Last PowerPoint

solo performance · walk a mile works · Ages 13+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 07, 2019
So weird but extremely funny. I had a good time.... full review
SHANARA SANDERS certified reviewer June 12, 2019
A collage of dead corpses and humongous potatoes that are the result of our unsatisfying allegiance to corporate America. ... full review
NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: absurd · marketing · synergy · Postmodern
A brilliant, bizarre, and wonderfully charming piece unlike anything else you'll see this Fringe (or maybe ever.) Ben speaks fluent corporate marketing lingo, but mashes it up with dadaist postmodern poetry/existential ruminations, singing, dancing, and crowd work. He's 100% committed to the strange fever dream of a show he's created, and as an audience member I was completely drawn in by the weird spell he cast. ... full review
SAM PASTERNACK certified reviewer June 24, 2019
A brilliant, fearless, confident performance in a delightfully bizarre show that made me burst out laughing several times. A Fringe show I'll never forget.... full review
ERIK BLAIR certified reviewer June 23, 2019
A truly amusing idea that was, for the most part, very well executed. While I have a small quibble with one consistent choice made throughout the show, in general I found it be a neat and fun concept that had surprising depth hidden below its 'failed' presentation.... full review
EDWARD GOODMAN certified reviewer June 25, 2019
Brilliant. Masterful. Beyond Fringe. Nicholson might be the devil. This might be a covert ritual designed to invoke some sort of marketing demon. We were all complicit once it was said and done. I'm not sorry. Whatever we wrought was gonna happen anyway. At least we didn't go home empty handed. Ben Nicholson pulls the trigger. ... full review
MIA COTTON certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: Absurdist · one-person show
A wonderful balance of funny, absurd, and sad.... full review
PETER MASSEY certified reviewer June 15, 2019
Theatre of the Absurd meets modern corporate America, creating a comic romp that has underneath it a deep contemplation of our human existance. With Ben, we are in the presence of a disarming and courageous young writer & philosopher. ... full review
LAUREN SPERLING certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: unique · interesting · absurd · hilarious
A unique show that ignites conversation & lets the audience interpret it in it's own way. It was really unlike anything I've ever seen & we had a blast discussing what different parts of the show meant on your way home! "Funeral Potatoes" is very glad to be an investor in DisInc.... full review
GRACE JASMINE certified reviewer June 25, 2019
tagged as: potato · corpses · comic · red heads · sweet · funny · earnest
Still waters run deep in this wacky, brilliant, charming, funny-as-hell solo show. This artist may fool you with his affable smile, his boyish good looks, his rhythmic and ridiculous dance moves, and that mop of amazing copper penny hair. What you need to know about the last PowerPoint is that the guy who brings us the ridiculous is actually informing us about some deeply thought-out constructs about the corporate jungle. ... full review