King Dick is a bold, eccentric poetic work. The guy who wrote it plays E, the main character. His Elvis Presley is astonishing and fun to watch. This sharp minded writer-actor is fully commited and very entertaining.
All of the other actors fulfill their respective roles with clarity, which in and of itself produces remarkable work. The actor protraying Nixon was particularly fanastic.
The only thing I would add to the play’s development is hearing Elvis sing, move his hips- even if only just a flash, the play needs that expression.