Last Call

a musical in two acts by Keiran King

In this period musical, an ordinary man is driven to extraordinary despair in his effort to track down the only woman he’s ever loved.

Clarence: There’s only two people I can’t forget. And you’re neither.

On the stage

Last Call was first presented at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, Kingston, Jamaica on 29 Jul 2011, under the direction of Keiran King and Michael Daley, with the following cast:

Clarence Andrew Lawrence
Cecil Maurice Bryan
Rose Rishille Bellamy-Pelicie
Joseph Shayne Powell
Daphne Sakina Deer

Joseph: I gave you everything.
Daphne: It wasn’t enough.

In the media

“A fantastic script…”
Marcia Rowe, The Jamaica Gleaner

“A refreshing change…”
Richard Johnson, The Jamaica Observer

“A sublime piece of work steeped in yearning, heartache and serendipity.”
Tyrone Reid, Tallawah

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Cecil: Happiness is for painters and priests — people who can’t afford to buy a drink on a Thursday night.

Around town

Daphne: Love doesn’t buy cocktail dresses.

Behind the curtain