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King Dick

comedy · the gangbusters theatre company · Ages 11+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer July 04, 2015
KING DICK (Bronze Medal) I am someone who is consumed by the study of history, and feels that history is not something that should be played fast and loosed with. It is therefore understandable why I would have trouble with Christian Levatino’s “King Dick”. First the facts, Levatino uses as the basis of his play, one of the strangest meetings that ever took place in Washington D.C., when on December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley arrived at the White House to offer his service to President Richard Nixon. Elvis was concerned about what he regarded as forces working against the well being of America: The commies, the hippies, the Back Panthers and of course, the Beatles. Elvis went to Nixon seeking to be made a "Federal Agent at Large", ... full review

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