Why See Elevator?
The new hit comedy play!
A new comedy by Michael Leoni premieres at the Coast Playhouse this summer and has now seen a second extension to its run. Nominated for various awards including Best New Work for Broadway World, this hysterically funny yet poignant show tackles one of our greatest fears; being trapped in an elevator! Seven different people, seven very different stories come to light with music and cinematic anecdotes as they while away the hours waiting to be rescued.
What happens when you get a female CEO, a businessman, a meek office temp, a hot woman, a musician, a maintenance man and a goth girl, all stuck in an elevator together for hours? First there's awkwardness, judgement, panic, and then actually listening to each other. As their guards are let down one by one, they come to a greater understanding of each other's lives!
Opening night: 4 August 2017
Suitable for ages 15+
90 minutes with no intermission
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