Our inaugural production will be

something called

Life Plan


or, How to Live Your Best Life in a Collapsing World!

A new play in the form of a sales presentation

By Matthew Latkiewicz (truTV's You Can Do Better)
& Brian Janosch (The Onion and Adult Swim)

Directed by Paul Hogan

Opening June 2019, at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

It’s that rare time of year when Life Plan comes through the Los Angeles Habitable Zone! Tired of struggling in underground shelters and fleeing from mutated puss mutts? Life Plan is the answer. You can live out your dream life and you can experience true fulfillment, but only if you come to one of our five Life Plan Invitation Presentations this June. This is your last chance of 2068, so don’t miss out!

Life Plan is immersive satirical sci-fi — you’re live at a timeshare sales pitch from our dystopian future. Fulfillment is the offer. Salvation is the opportunity. Will you buy in?

"Chilling! Terrifying! Stunning! The commodification of wisdom, the bastardization of motivation, the commercialization of truth, the epitome of modern advertising, the trivialization of the human psyche, and the bitter culmination of capitalism."
Playwright's mother-in-law

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This is how we feel

Last To Leave Theater Co. aim to make memorable theater that justifies its liveness in an increasingly digital world. We like theater that feels like an event and all our productions are anchored in the audience experience, giving people something they will never forget. Each production is site specific and probably not in a traditional theater space. Last to Leave is an experiment. Last to Leave is a flag planted in the real. Last to Leave will turn out the lights.

And this is who we are

Matthew Latkiewicz

Artistic Director/Founder

Matthew wrote LtL's inaugural show Life Plan. Before that, he created and hosted a TV show called You Can Do Better on truTV based on a book wrote called You Suck at Drinking. His writing and comedy have appeared in various publications including McSweeney’s, Grub Street, Time's Techland, Wired, Details Magazine, and other small zines and academic journals you’d be hard pressed to find nowadays. He is an acting school dropout. Matthew's website.

Paul Luoma

Artistic Director/Founder

Paul has performed on professional stages across the United States and in New York City. He earned a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Western Michigan University as Cum Laude. Notably, Paul performed in the regional premiere of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as Chip Tolentino and was part of the Pre-Broadway Workshops of Scandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson among other numerous readings, workshops, and full-scale productions throughout his career. @paulcluoma