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Past Productions

Last Call recently produced The Collective at the 2023 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Our first season included: The Showroom in February 2023,  Abandoned  in November 2022, and Signals at the 2022 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

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The Collective

June/July 2022
Hollywood Fringe Festival

Winner of the 2023 Encore! Producers’ Award! 

Nominee for Best Immersive & Games!


Welcome to the Family.

Step back in time to 1920s Los Angeles at the height of Prohibition, where you, the audience, have been invited to the wake of the recently deceased Don, John Telletino, the leader of The Collective crime syndicate. Trusted members of The Collective, from the Don’s Lieutenants to its most respected agents (the audience), have been invited to the Don’s favorite speakeasy to pay their respects by his mother Valentina, but dark plans lurk in the shadows and everyone has an ulterior motive. Don Telletino’s sudden death has thrown The Collective into turmoil, and his duplicitous Lieutenants are looking to take advantage of the power vacuum. With the fate of The Collective hanging in the balance, it falls into the hands of the audience to decide the future of the Family.

“The Collective is immersive theatre at its most reactive, vibrant, and alive.”

- Chris Wollman, NoProscenium (Full Review)

“This is not only the best Fringe show, it’s one of the best shows in LA!”

– Patrick Chavis, LA Theatre Bites (Full Review)

“Definitely my favorite Fringe show this year – so much so, I went to see it twice!” - Shari Barrett, Culver City News (Full Review)

“Overall, the powerhouse cast fueled the entire show, and I truly enjoyed all my interactions!” - Linnea Swanson, HorrorBuzz (Full Review)

“It’s the ultimate fantasy of reliving 1920s prohibition as an agent inside a crime syndicate.” - John Nguyen, NerdReactor (Full Review)

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The Showroom

February 2023

An Immersive Mystery

Killer Deals. No Exit.

You have become trapped in the infinite IKEA, aka SCP 3008, and unfortunately a murderer lurks among us. They look like us and appear to think like us, but they are not like us. They are the first observed instance of SCP-3008-3, and the humans do not know who is the imposter.  

Enter The Showroom and help Foundation members and other trapped civilians solve a murder mystery before the murderer claims their next victim. Who is human and who is an SCP in disguise? Moreover, how do we define humanity?

“There is actually quite a bit of humor in this show. Like, A LOT. I found myself laughing quite a bit due to many of the character’s zany humor.

- Jeff Heimbuch, Horror Buzz (Full Review)

“It was a wonderful experience where I felt as if I was part of the story.

- John Nguyen, Nerd Reactor (Full Review)

"Regardless of whether you are a Holmes or a Watson, The Showroom‘s finale pays off with big surprises, shocking developments, and a rousing climax that will make your shopping spree feel like a bargain hunter’s dream – if your dream is shopping for paranormal phenomena inside the Infinite Ikea."

- Steve Biodrowski, Hollywood Gothique (Full Review)

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November 2022

What do we do after the world ends?

For the people at this outpost in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles, the answer is simple, survive. Participants enter this immersive and interactive experience as refugees of the apocalypse, making a rest stop on their way to New Babylon, the last bastion of civilization in this post-apocalyptic world. 

However, a sudden murder throws the outpost into chaos and puts them in the crosshairs of a powerful entity. With several characters vying for leadership and the rest maneuvering behind the scenes, the participants will be pivotal in deciding the fate of these characters, their relationships and ultimately how their outpost will adapt to this new world.

"We have enjoyed many immersive theatrical productions, but only a few have avoided the tradeoff between traditional dramatic values and the fun of interacting with the actors. Abandoned stands among the best, making it a must-see experience."

- Steve Biodrowski, Hollywood Gothique (Full Review)

“The setting and the different groups definitely reminded me of the video game franchise, Fallout, and with its puzzles and missions, I felt like I was experiencing a live-action video game world.

- John Nguyen, Nerd Reactor (Full Review)

This is easily Last Call’s most atmospheric, visually immersive production, setting the scene with dim lighting in an appropriately derelict building to evoke a claustrophobic hopelessness."

- Chris Wollman, No Proscenium (Full Review)



June/July 2022
Hollywood Fringe Festival

Winner of the 2022 Encore! Producers’ Award! 

Nominee for Best Immersive & Games!

“Signals” will take you into Site 00013, a sci-fi research station filled with anomalous artifacts and beings from other dimensions contained by a covert organization known as The Foundation. You are invited to join The Foundation as agents as they attempt to contain these things that they believe threaten humanity.

Think of Site 00013 as the most extreme job interview you could have, where you will encounter eclectic scientists, soulless bureaucrats and psychopathic monsters. And that’s just who’s on staff. Through your actions at Site 00013 you will determine if the old guard will remain supreme or if the contained creatures will finally be freed. And remember Agent, regardless of your choices The Foundation is always watching.

“Signals is one of the most truly interactive plays we have ever experienced.” - Steve Biodrowski, Hollywood Gothique (Full Review)

RECOMMENDED: “Signals is a strange blend of corporate stringency and creepy chaos and everything an immersive theatre experience should be.”

- Dana Martin, Stage Raw (Full Review)

“Best of all, the show is humorous, a little creepy and quite fun if you jump into it with both feet.” - Erik Blair, Eye On Immersive (Full Review)

“This experience is one hell of a ride featuring fascinating characters, interweaving stories, and supernatural elements.”

-John Nguyen, Nerd Reactor (Full Review)