Last Christmas

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Tom almost misses the train home for Christmas after another fight with his girlfriend. When ghosts from his past confront him on the trip, he is forced to confront those demons and rescue his future and his family. West Coast Premiere of the Edinburgh Fringe hit (**** The Scotsman).

Reviews

Forget helicopters flying over the audience or high-tech computerized video effects of a Ka' stage with grid rigging and a hydraulic rising platforms. All one needs to make great theatre is a space, solid acting, and a story worthy of being told and worthy of being heard.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


Evan McNamara's characterizations of the people in his life were on point, and he was able to maintain the fast-pace of what felt like a train about to derail through to the end. McNamara's performance is truly impressive. Aiding in this performance is a brilliant script by Matthew Bulgo. Between Bulgo's words and McNamara's performance a bare black-box theater was transported into an office party, an English pub and a lonely, snowy Christmas eve night.

sweet - Kat Michels - See It Or Skip It LA - ...read full review


The actor in this one-man show was nothing short of delightful. The different voices of the people he was having conversations with made it easy to follow, and without the differences it could have got confusing really quickly. The show is full of those crazy but hilarious emotions we all go through while trying to get over a loss. The energy in the play overall was done wonderfully. A very fun story to watch!

sweet - Denise Barrett


Forget helicopters flying over the audience or high-tech computerized video effects of a Ka' stage with grid rigging and a hydraulic rising platforms. All one needs to make great theatre is a space, solid acting, and a story worthy of being told and worthy of being heard.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


Evan McNamara's characterizations of the people in his life were on point, and he was able to maintain the fast-pace of what felt like a train about to derail through to the end. McNamara's performance is truly impressive. Aiding in this performance is a brilliant script by Matthew Bulgo. Between Bulgo's words and McNamara's performance a bare black-box theater was transported into an office party, an English pub and a lonely, snowy Christmas eve night.

sweet - Kat Michels - See It Or Skip It LA - ...read full review


The actor in this one-man show was nothing short of delightful. The different voices of the people he was having conversations with made it easy to follow, and without the differences it could have got confusing really quickly. The show is full of those crazy but hilarious emotions we all go through while trying to get over a loss. The energy in the play overall was done wonderfully. A very fun story to watch!

sweet - Denise Barrett