Location: LTC Black Box Theatre at 214 Bull Street in downtown LaGrange, Georgia
Summary: All the King’s Women by Luigi Jannuzzi is directed by Carol Howington Cain and presented as a picnic theatre event in the LTC Black Box Theatre.
In this production, Elvis’ life story is told through the eyes of the women that encountered him! From an 11-year-old boy getting his first guitar, all the way to Andy Warhol’s art studio, the cast shows us an Elvis we never knew. This family-friendly series of five plays and three monologues relates to the life of Elvis Presley and the effects his fame and generosity had on those around him. Saleswomen, secretaries, and security guards all have a story to tell. Some are enthralled, some are appalled, but all of them are obsessed with The King.
Venue Information: LTC's Black Box Picnic Theatre is located at 214 Bull Street in downtown LaGrange, Georgia. The venue offers an intimate setting with 116 seats divided among tables, allowing guests to provide their own food and drinks for a meal before and during the show. The house opens one hour before performances. Concessions are available at each show, with a light bar added during mainstage/adult productions. Individual tickets are $17 for adults and $12 for students, with season tickets also available. Reserved seating is available. Special Event pricing varies with entertainment opportunities throughout the year.