Produced Off Broadway by the distinguished Women's Project, The Last Girl Singer stars an aging, reclusive film legend best known for her sex siren role in Princess of the Pampas. Having deserted Hollywood for Spain to become a cabaret singer, Ila Farrell is manipulated by her ex husband who begs her to appear in his directing comeback, a horror movie, and by a socialite anxious to flaunt a friendships with someone famous. This neighbor agrees to launch Ila's singing career in the nightclub owned by her husband. Opening night is a disaster; Ila disappears and is presumed dead by both of her tormentors. But she is tougher than that and is happily singing anonymously in a cabaret else.
"Offers a bracingly cynical view of show business and has some acidic, funny lines... A knowing spoof." - New York Times
"Fetching." - New York Daily News