The Elephant Song - a Drama


By Craig Thornton


Little Theatre of Watertown presents...
The Elephant Song
by Nicolas Billon

Black River Valley Club Cabaret Room,
131 Washington Street, Watertown, New York
Dinner Theater Shows
April 26, 27 & May 2, 2013 dinner at 7pm, show to follow
April 28, 2013 Sunday dinner at 1pm, show to follow
Reservations required for dinner theater: 315-782-6218
All meals served with rolls, vegetables, coffee/tea, and dessert.
Choice of:
    • Roast beef with gravy and smashed potatoes
    • Chicken Parmesan and linguini
    • Garlic Salmon and smashed potatoes
$30 per person includes dinner, tax, tip, and show.
No general admission at dinner theater shows
General Admission Shows
April 25 and May 3, 2013 at 7:30 pm
$12 per person for general admission
An eminent psychiatrist has vanished from his office. The last person to see him is Michael, a troubled patient obsessed with all things elephants. Dr Greenberg, the hospital director, is determined to interrogate Michael, ignoring the head nurse's cryptic warnings. Michael speaks of elephants and opera - with the occasional hint of murder and foul play. Fraught with mind games and verbal tugs-of-war, The Elephant Song is a cat-and-mouse game that will keep you guessing.
Directed by Sherman Ward
Starring: Jay Storey, Wayne Thompson, Susie Curtis, Suzy Quackenbush, Shane Coughlin, Colton Mangon, Emily Thompson
Show produced by permission of Gary Goddard Agency, Toronto Ontario, Canada
Saturday, December 3, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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