Life After Elvis
Short Play, Comedy / 3m, 1f
What if Elvis were alive and living in middle America? This play answers the question in farcical fashion, suggesting that the rock legend has been placed by the Witness Protection Program in the home of an average couple. Published in Cross Country: Seven More One-Act Plays.
Ennis Players Production
- Staging: Old Ground Hotel, Ennis
- Dates: 19/11/2012 – 22/11/2012
- Director: Paul Corey
- Time Period: 1980s
- Duration: 30 minutes
- Setting: The living room of a middle-American suburban home during the Reagan/Bush era (a more innocent age when people still believed in America, the banking system, and Myths & Legends).
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
ELVIS: Mick Loughnane
MOM: Rachael Culligan
DAD: Hugh Gallagher
DAUGHTER: Saoirse Byrne