The Last Match isn't just another show; it's a heartfelt homage to the art and passion of professional wrestling. Crafted by devoted fans, it stands as a testament to the dedication, the passion, and the sheer spectacle that defines this beloved sport.
At the helm of this daring venture stand visionary creators, each a luminary in their own right. Jason Huza, acclaimed writer and lyricist, weaves tales of triumph and turmoil, infusing every word with the raw emotion of the ring. With a deft touch and unyielding vision, he breathes life into characters that leap from the page and into the hearts of audiences worldwide.
Guiding the ship with unwavering determination is Jeremiah James, a titan of the stage who serves as director, lead producer, and co-book writer. His keen insight and boundless creativity shape the narrative, steering it through tumultuous waters and toward the shores of greatness.
At the heart of the production lies the musical genius of Sylvana Joyce and C. Robert Smith, whose compositions elevate the experience to new heights. With each note, they capture the essence of the wrestling world, infusing it with the soul-stirring melodies that linger long after the final bell rings.
But the magic of The Last Match extends far beyond the creative minds behind the scenes. Former WWE star Afa Jr and former NXT superstar Bull James lend their expertise as choreographers, crafting electrifying sequences that pulse with the energy of the ring.
From the live shows at Jersey City, NJ's White Eagle Hall, The Last Match captivated audiences with its bold vision and unbridled passion, selling out four shows in total. The original soundtrack and shows at White Eagle Hall featured an ensemble of stars, including Tony Nominated Actor Ramin Karimloo (The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Funny Girl), TikTok sensation Amber Ardolino (Funny Girl, Back to the Future, A Beautiful Noise), and former WWE Superstar and pro-wrestling icon, Matt Cardona. AEW's Thunder Rosa also recorded a single for The Last Match, adding to the show's electrifying appeal.
In the world of The Last Match, the ring is a stage, and the stage is a battleground—a place where legends are born and dreams are realized. As long as there are stories to be told and battles to be fought, The Last Match will endure, a testament to the power of imagination and the magic of the human spirit.