All the King's Women

January 18 - February 2, 2019

Fridays & Saturdays: 8 pm ($15)
Sunday Matinees: 2 pm ($13)

Auditions on October 15 and 16

Written by Luigi Jannuzzi
Directed by Maurizio Giammarco
Performance Dates are January 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27; February 1, 2

Auditions:   Monday, October 15, from 7:00 to 9:30; Tuesday, October 16, from 7:00 to 9:30

Contact to receive a time slot for the audition. You can either e-mail headshots and resumes to Maurizio or bring them to the audition.

Please prepare a 2-minute monologue (preferably comic); sides will be provided at the time of the audition.  Please Note:  Double and Triple roles will be available for this show. Also, ages are flexible for all roles.

A fast-paced series of 5 one-act plays and 3 monologues based on the life of Elvis Presley, from Tupelo, Mississippi to the Steve Allen show, from Andy Warhol’s studio to President Richard Nixon’s office, from Cadillac Salespeople in Memphis to Graceland.

 ONE TUPELO SALESWOMAN:  A monologue from a saleswoman who helps Elvis and his mother during Elvis’ 11th birthday, when his mother buys him his first guitar.

Characters:  Radio Voice:                 Male (offstage)
                       Customers:    One male; one woman
                       Elvis’ mother
                       Elvis as an 11-year-old boy
THE CENSOR AND THE KING:  The final checks and demands at the Steve Allen show featuring an NBC censor, Steve Allen’s secretary, and Elvis’ messenger.

Characters:   Radio/TV announcer:  Male (onstage)
3 A.M. IN THE GARDEN WITH GOD:  a monologue from a woman who has a life-changing run-in with Elvis in a supermarket at 3 a.m.

Characters:    Radio/TV announcer: Male (onstage)
                         Man       (Elvis impersonator)
                         Woman (same age as Eve)

WHEN NIXON MET ELVIS:  Three secretaries at the White House are ecstatic when they learn a new visitor—Elvis—is coming to visit President Nixon.

Characters:    Radio/TV announcer: Male (onstage)

WARHOL EXPLAINS ART TO ELVIS:  Warhol’s assistants plan the strategy of their invitation to Elvis for Warhol’s new Pop Art Elvis exhibition.

Characters:    Radio/TV announcer:  Male (onstage)
PINK CADILLACS AND GOD:  Salespeople duel over who will or will not sell Elvis his next Cadillac.

Characters:     Radio/TV announcer:  Female (onstage)

ONE PRIVATE GUARD:  A monologue from a security guard inside Graceland on the kindness and charity of Elvis Presley (following his death).

Characters:      Radio/TV announcer:  Female (onstage)
                           Guard (male)
                           Mother and daughter
                           Elderly woman

LEAVING GRACELAND:  A young woman and her Elvis-obsessed boyfriend contemplate souvenirs, Elvis, celebrity-at-large outside Graceland, going to college, and their relationship.

Characters:        Radio/TV announcer:  Female (onstage)
                             Co-workers:  One male; one woman

EPILOGUE:         A celebratory song-and-dance number to one of Presley’s greatest hits.

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