In the curious mashup of a title “RoosevElvis,” two American males icons – Theodore Roosevelt and Elvis Presley – are put on stage together and portrayed by women. The unique premise, suffice it to say, intrigued me. I preview the production, which starts this week in Bushwick, for the Brooklyn Paper.
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