PSC Community Theatre Presents ALL THE KING'S WOMEN
"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); and, about when U.S. President Nixon met Elvis etc.
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
To Reserve: WWW.PSCCOMMUNITY.COM
All performances take place at "The Old Bank" at 1900 Wellington St. Montreal (in the Point).
Cost: Donation (Suggested donation of $10.00)