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The Last Smoker In America

Closed September 30, 2012

Why See The Last Smoker In America?

The Last Smoker In America is a four-man play about a family pushed to the limit by the government's extreme anti-smoking laws: "Pam is having an impossible time trying to quit. Her husband Ernie retreats to the basement to relive the rock star dreams of his youth, while their teenage son Jimmy only turns away from his video games to explore his gangster rapper persona. Adding to the dysfunctional dynamic is anti-smoking fanatic Phyllis, the neighbor who can?t keep her nose out of everyone else?s business."

The show played previously at the 2009 New York Musical Theatre Festival, and at CATCO in Columbus during 2010. 2012 marks its off-Broadway debut, where its sure to leave audiences craving for more!
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Opening night: 24 July 2012

Cast and Creative


Pam - Farah Alvin
Phyllis - Natalie Venetia Belcon
Ernie - John Bolton
Jimmy - Jake Boyd


Bill Russell - Book and Lyrics
Peter Melnick - Music
Andy Sandberg - Director/Producer
AC Ciulla - Choreography
Fred Lassen - Music Supervisor
Charlie Corcoran - Set Design
Michael McDonald - Costume Design
Michael Palitz, Whitney Hoagland Edwards, Stephanie Rosenberg Producers


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