Idols of the King
February 28, 2013
This play with music is a valentine to Elvis Presley's most devoted fans. The show weaves together the stories of an elderly couple touring the United States to exhibit the toilet Elvis used at their gas station sometime in the 1970's, a biker chick and her boyfriend stranded in the desert on their way to an Elvis concert, a man fighting a "conspiracy of the demon dentists", and a spinster piano teacher who fantasizes that she and Elvis are a couple.
Combined with the music of Elvis Presley, this show is a heartfelt tribute to the fans who crowned Presley "The King".
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Places to eat:
- Hully & Mo Restaurant & Tap Room (Closed): $2 off cocktails and wine / $2.50 domestic bottles / $3.50 imports / $3 wells
- Primebar: $3 Pabst Blue Ribbons, $4 wells, $5 Redbull and Vodkas, half-priced selected appetizers
- Blackfriar Pub: $1 off all draughts
- Vino 100: Half price wine by the glass
- Christies Sports Bar: $2.75 domestics, $3.25 wells / free buffet
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