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About This Show

ElephantWoman is a one-woman show that tells the story of Nomi, a matriarch in an elephant herd, which is slowly being eroded by poachers. As she takes us on a journey of her culture, her customs, her community, she shines a light on the extraordinary emotional life of elephants especially love and grief. The play explores the humanity of elephants and the elephantness of humans as it challenges us to consider the parts within ourselves that are on the verge of extinction as we continue to ravage and kill. 

Writer and Performer: Megan Metrikin 
Director: Abigail Zealy Bess 
*Please note that this performance will be presented at the Tank's in-person performance space at 312 W 36th St. All attendees and artists will be required to display proof of full covid vaccination before being admitted to the space, either by showing a vaccination record (vaccination card) at least two weeks out from the final dose of an approved vaccine, or by using New York's free Excelsior Pass service here. Patrons will also be required to wear masks while indoors at all times. 

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: May 2, 2023 Final Performance: May 10, 2023

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