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The Last PowerPoint

solo performance · walk a mile works · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · 40 mins · United States of America

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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
NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: Postmodern · synergy · marketing · absurd
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
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
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER encore judge certified reviewer June 07, 2019
So weird but extremely funny. I had a good time.... full review
MIA COTTON certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: one-person show · Absurdist
A wonderful balance of funny, absurd, and sad.... full review
LAUREN SPERLING certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: hilarious · absurd · interesting · unique
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
HEIDI JIANG certified reviewer June 12, 2019
tagged as: solo · satirical · surreal
This play is a hilarious and haunting look into the mind of anybody who has worked a white collar job before, and Ben brilliantly explores the effects of late capitalism on our beliefs about death, legacy and potatoes. Be prepared for comedy, tragedy, and unexpectedly memorable songs. Please go and see The Last Powerpoint -- it is truly (Power)ful and thought-provoking! ... full review
JASON MERRIN certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: experimental · brilliant · awkward · hilarious
What a delightfully bizarre, wonderfully weird experience. Meta and strange and funny and unexpectedly meditative, I had such a wonderful time at this show. Highly recommended!... full review
VIOLA HE certified reviewer June 16, 2019
I went in not knowing what I’m expecting, and walked out not sure what I just witnessed, but feeling strangely satisfied and overjoyed (and also a bit sad). An absurd but relatable mockumentary of corporate America.... full review
LIBBY BAUMGARTNER certified reviewer June 16, 2019
This show was bizarre and amazing and confusing, but very clear. You have no idea what's going to happen! Ben is hilarious, with fantastic comedic timing and yet, moments of very serious commentary. The Last PowerPoint makes you think - about consumerism, death, and the weird marketing strategies we fall for. I highly recommend! ... full review

Discount Code "Sins19" for $10 Tickets!

"A show with a unique twist that makes it a great example of how to have fun within a Fringe show..."-EB ..."Like a wiggly just can't be tied down" -HH... #WhatsYourSin?


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