This is rigorous experimental performance that will leave you overstimulated, a bit baffled and oddly moved.
Cameron Woodhead The Age / Sydney Morning Herald
What seemed most powerful about The Last Supper was not ethical or political, was not that it provoked compassion for men on death row or thoughts about the differences between death grandiose and death obscure and abject, and how, far from being a leveller, death is also stratified. The magic lay in its staging of these transubstantiations.
a work of considerable emotional weight.
"There is something about the simplicity of this show that is unbearably moving"
"The calling of numbers, the presentation of meals, the pause before lifting the lid of the silver serving dish, the pouring of water and wine, the toasting of the departed – all combine to create a quietly moving piece.""