Enid Ellen (David Mramor and Greg Potter) take us on a journey through the Womens History Museum. From Betsy Ross to Lorena Bobbit, the acoustic duo takes us on a psychedelic trip, asking Alice: WTF? Through time and space, destroying the patriarchy one man at a time, changing outfits and singing original songs, and a few borrowed ones as well. Racist, bigot, anti-gay! GFYS! Enid Ellen asks you to join the revolution as they put the stars and stripes back on the flag that was sewn through other nations tears.
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Melodic, strange, and with mind-bending pitch changes by Mramor, each song takes on a metal anthem feelCabaret Scenes
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The Art House (View)
214 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657