Palace Theatres presents All Kings Women, a play about the life of Elvis Presley through the eyes of 17 women.
The play consists of five short comedic acts and four monologues. Sue Perkins has taken on the directing role, and has enjoyed the process so far. “We have had some pretty hilarious rehearsal and I’m just hoping that it translates on stage for a live audience.”
Perkins speaks highly of the script which was written by Luigi Januzzi, “when I first read the script I laughed! There are some things that I couldn’t believe actually happened, but sure enough you can go onto YouTube and you can find the videos.”
Perkins says you don’t need to know much about Elvis in order to understand and enjoy the play. “It’s really a journey back in time, the play not only shows Elvis’s journey to fame but gives you an idea of what life was like in that period.”