About This Show

Comedy Troupe “Eight is never enough!” presents its biggest show yet. Here Come the Elephants is a variety of cabaret style musical parody, original sketches and interactive Improv. George W. Bush is the star and plays an active role in every moment. Also making a strong presence is John Kerry. Who knew he was such a great dancer. Parodies include “This City is CRAZY right now!” (Beyonce’s Crazy for Love), “We got Saddam” (“Run Around Sue” with Cabaret finish), “Hit the Road George” (Tribute to Ray Charles), “Propaganda Hollywood” (Michael Moore Sings “California Dreaming”), “Osami-Osama search goes on HA!” (Bush and secret agent hunt for Osama to this Beatles tune).

Show Details

Running Time: 1hr 30min (0 intermissions)
Dates: Opening Night: August 7, 2004 Final Performance: September 7, 2004
Location: Where Eagles Dare Theatre, New York City

347 W 36th St,

New York,

10018

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