By Luigi Januzzi
“All The King’s Women” is the story of Elvis Presley as told though the eyes of 17 fans. It consists of 3 monologues; and 5 one act plays.
Humorous and touching dialogue that is generally based on real facts including the Elvis appearances on the Steve Allen show; the purchase of his first guitar; Andy Warhol’s silk screen images of the King (one of these silk screens apparently has recently sold for $100 million); about when U.S. President Nixon met Elvis.
Although Elvis is the person of interest, the play is more about his affect of the lives and culture of his time – before cell phones; before the internet; before 100+ TV Channels in Color; before lots of things that we have and use today !!
The spirit of the King of Rock & Roll will be alive at the PSC Community Theatre in November.
Friday, November 9th at 8pm
Saturday, November 10th at 8pm
Sunday, November 11th at 2 pm (Matinee)
Thursday, November 15th at 8pm
Friday, November 16th at 8pm
Saturday, November 17th at 8pm
All performances take place at the Old Bank at 1900 Wellington St. in Montreal (Point St. Charles) corner of Ste. Madeline
Donation (Suggested Minimum Donation of $ 10.00)
The PSC Community Theatre is a non profit, fully volunteer organization and all revenue is for the support