The Unspeakable Act
RAW (resident artists workshop) and SAFEhouse (Saving Art From Extinction) presents 23 Elephants' The Unspeakable Act, a comedic farce inspired by an ancient Japanese fairytale. Through the use of improvisation, dance and movement, 23 Elephants creates an environment rife with physical comedy and throbbing innuendo.
This provocative one-act follows an empress on her journey of sexual discovery with an unlikely lover: a hermit-monk turned demonic sex stud.
Originally presented in the 2002 New York Fringe Festival, NYTheatre.com hailed it as the most notably engrossing theatrical opening in recent memory.
975 Howard St.
san Francisco, CA 94103
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