Chicago Avenue Project: Elvis Has Left the Building

Chicago Avenue Project presents Elvis Has Left the Building

Pillsbury House Theatre’s award-winning Chicago Avenue Project presents Elvis Has Left the Building, featuring nine original, short plays written by professional playwrights, directed by professionals, and performed by some of the Twin Cities’ top theatre artists in partnership with South Minneapolis youth.

April 20 and 21, 2015

Monday at 7:00 pm Tuesday at 4:00 and 7:00 pm

at Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Avenue S., Minneapolis
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Admission is free —just show up! All ages welcome.

The Plays

A Joey Falcon Exclusive
by Steve Moulds, directed by Christopher Stroschein, and starring Alsa Bruno and Amir

The Book of Fantastic, Lovable, Clever Ideas by Miss Amaria Mayhem
by Eliza Rasheed, directed by Molly Van Avery, and starring Katie Langemo
and Amareona

The Unusual One
by Josef Evan, directed by Blayn Lemke, and starring Sam Pearson and Cicely

Makeover Magic
by Jessica Huang, directed by Stacy Shultz, and starring Rachel Austin and Faith

Don’t be Cruel!
by Harrison Rivers, directed by Julia Lawler, and starring Zach Curtis and Manny

Williams’ Duty
by A. Austin, directed by Joy Dolo, and starring Theo Langason and Marlin

Zombie Swims
by Indira Addington, directed by Patty Hall, and starring Brianne A Hill and Mimi

The Bully and The Bullied
by Jen Scott, directed by Jess Finney, and starring Taj Ruler and Nevaeh

Pickpocket vs Pickpocket
by Basil Kreimendahl, directed by Adam Gauger, and starring Carolyn Pool and Nat

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