Network Notes at Last Seen

We all believe in movie magic, but is it technically “magic”? So much hard work goes into the creation of a film, but who is really making it all happen? Who should we be thanking for all our favourite Hollywood moments

That’s right. The studio executives!

Join Evany Rosen and Kayla Lorette as they show us what really happens when studio executives must give notes to those pesky creatives and hopefully shape their movies into something that won’t be box office poison.

Network Notes will feature improvised scenes from nonexistent movies, harsh and likely nonsensical notes on those scenes, and an endless supply of complimentary bottled water!

Harsh studio execs make improvised movie magic

$12.50 Online | $15.50 @ Box Office


Weekend passes available for The Last Seen Comedy Festival, $40 (limited supply).

DOORS OPEN @ 9:30 | SHOW STARTS @ 10:00
This show is located at:

Get Scene Onstage
451 Bishop St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30317

We all believe in movie magic, but is it technically “magic”? So much hard work goes into the creation of a film, but who is really making it all happen? Who should we be thanking for all our favourite Hollywood moments

That’s right. The studio executives!

Join Evany Rosen and Kayla Lorette as they show us what really happens when studio executives must give notes to those pesky creatives and hopefully shape their movies into something that won’t be box office poison.

Network Notes will feature improvised scenes from nonexistent movies, harsh and likely nonsensical notes on those scenes, and an endless supply of complimentary bottled water!

The Last Seen Festival showcases provocative and original comedy from comedians and improvisers who capture the sense of eccentricity, unconventional style, and irreverent behavior that the enigmatic Doug Dank left with us.

We all believe in movie magic, but is it technically “magic”? So much hard work goes into the creation of a film, but who is really making it all happen? Who should we be thanking for all our favourite Hollywood moments

That’s right. The studio executives!

Join Evany Rosen and Kayla Lorette as they show us what really happens when studio executives must give notes to those pesky creatives and hopefully shape their movies into something that won’t be box office poison.

Network Notes will feature improvised scenes from nonexistent movies, harsh and likely nonsensical notes on those scenes, and an endless supply of complimentary bottled water!