Already closed | 1h 15m | Midtown W

The Last Class: A Jazzercise Play

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Members say: Entertaining, Original, Intelligent, Great writing, Hilarious

About the show

DODO presents an exploration of what happens when you’ve invested your time, money, and life into a dying franchise that needs resuscitation. More…

Jazzercize is out. Zumba is in. But instructor Kelsea Wiggan is not going down without a fight. Armed with pep, a petition, and her conflict-averse co-instructor, Kelsea is determined to keep Jazzercise alive at the Chikatawnee Valley Community Center. The show is also a real aerobics class happening in real time. Along with the standard audience seating, a select number of tickets will be made available each performance for audience members wanting to take the class.

1h 15m | Already closed | Theaterlab (Midtown W)

Member Reviews (1)

MEMBERS SAY:

Entertaining, Original, Intelligent, Great writing, Hilarious
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Entertaining, Hilarious, Intelligent, Great writing, Original

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February 23rd, 2016
"Talking while exercising demands great breath control, and being heard and understood over loud music requires better sound balance than what this production achieves. Too many lines in Ms. Hill’s very funny script don’t make their way past these obstacles...For an impressively kinetic show, the...
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February 22nd, 2016
"With Hill's insanely clever writing and their genius comedic timing, 'The Last Class: A Jazzercize Play' is a production that should run for years to come...Hill and Staats possess the difficult ability to simultaneously have the timing of the show totally prepared in every single moment and at ...
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February 25th, 2016
"It’s Hill’s magnetism and her ability to express her character’s complex feelings that successfully drive the play...It’s a tribute to the writing of the play as well as to the honest performances of its co-stars that 'The Last Class' holds the audience’s attention throughout, right up to its de...
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February 29th, 2016
"Over the course the play Kelsea laments her life and choices and loneliness while MJ does her best to keep the room together with positive thinking...Really you have to see it to believe it. Director Margot Bordelon and choreographer Sarita Lou have created dance/movement along with Hill’s funny...
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