Elvis Has Left the Building - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS

Elvis Has Left the Building - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
by V. Cate, Duke Ernsberger

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  • Comedy
  • |
  • 90 - 100 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m
  • Set: An office with one desk and one swivel chair. Two doors, one for entering the office and the other leading to a dressing room off stage. A wide clear area is needed on the wall behind the desk. This area is where Elvis' silhouette is seen in the opening and the final projection is made at the end.

Elvis Has Left the Building - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
by V. Cate, Duke Ernsberger

(0)
Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 90 - 100 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m
  • Set: An office with one desk and one swivel chair. Two doors, one for entering the office and the other leading to a dressing room off stage. A wide clear area is needed on the wall behind the desk. This area is where Elvis' silhouette is seen in the opening and the final projection is made at the end.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

It's December 20th, 1970, and Elvis Presley has disappeared. No one, not even his wily manager, "The Colonel", knows of his whereabouts. But the Colonel is all shook up because he has racked up a secret debt -- and with the King himself missing, the only way to pay it off is to find an Elvis impersonator within 24 hours. Hijinks ensue as the Colonel takes desperate measures to replace a man who is irreplaceable, all while keeping the prying eyes of a nosy reporter at bay and figuring out what happened to the real Elvis.

Pricing Information

Standard Edition $175

Play Details

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

It's December 20th, 1970, and Elvis Presley has disappeared. No one, not even his wily manager, "The Colonel", knows of his whereabouts. But the Colonel is all shook up because he has racked up a secret debt -- and with the King himself missing, the only way to pay it off is to find an Elvis impersonator within 24 hours. Hijinks ensue as the Colonel takes desperate measures to replace a man who is irreplaceable, all while keeping the prying eyes of a nosy reporter at bay and figuring out what happened to the real Elvis.

  • Comedy
  • |
  • 90 - 100 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m
  • Set: An office with one desk and one swivel chair. Two doors, one for entering the office and the other leading to a dressing room off stage. A wide clear area is needed on the wall behind the desk. This area is where Elvis' silhouette is seen in the opening and the final projection is made at the end.