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Are you looking to throw some gyration in your oration? These days, when auditions are bogged down with endless regurgitations of The Bard, why not get things all shook up with the King?
Paperback, 160 pages
Published December 3rd 1997 by Heinemann Drama
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Oct 01, 2012 Michael Tucker rated it really liked it
I’m becoming such an adventurous reader, reading more and more different forms of literature. I recently stumbled onto the Elvis Monologues, an anthology of theatre monologues. Ms. Mueller has put together a serendipitous collection of unique work from 34 contributors linking incidents, real or imagined, to the King.

The monologues are ideally suited for stage performance, but they also make for delightful reading. You don’t have to be an Elvis fan to enjoy them, but if you are, you will love the
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