The Elephant Man Banner Image
BUY TICKETS NOW

Showtimes:

Fridays - 8:00pm 

Saturdays - 8:00pm 

Sundays - 2:00pm

OPENING WEEKEND ALL SHOWS $15

$20 Fridays and Saturdays

$15 Sundays

*P.W.Y.C. / Industry Night  Thursday 9/15 @ 8:00pm

*Special Saturday Matinee               9/24 @ 2:00pm


September 2nd - October 2nd, 2016

From the production team that brought you last season’s smash hit The 39 Steps, comes the story of a kind soul in a grotesque body who is befriended by a free-thinking surgeon in 19th century London. Brimming with wit and humanity, the events follow John Merrick's ascension from "circus freak" to Victorian Society elites by way of his own intelligence and charm, and the courage of those who saw something within the “Elephant Man.” 1979 Tony Award Winner for Best Play

*A Co-Production with The Collaborative Theatre Co.*

“Pomerance’s tale showcases the triumph of a very human spirit, personified by the sensitive, almost saintly Merrick.”

- Associated Press

“Bernard Pomerance’s Tony Award-winning 1979 drama “The Elephant Man” is breathtakingly beautiful.”  

- Variety

Reviews

“Presented with nuanced acting, directorial sensitivity, lovely costumes and a set that elegantly combines beauty and functionality, this production of Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man deserves a spot on your September viewing schedule.”

- Patricia Mitchell, DC Metro Theatre Arts

“Director Anthony Hinkle and lead Grayson Owen have succeeded in something very rare: they have made a show that is both gut-wrenchingly moving and artistically significant. Add in the stunning technical elements and you have a production that sets a ridiculously high bar for the small stage in this city.”  

- The Bad Oracle, TheBadOracle.Com

“This production is not to be missed. The performances are authentic and the production teaches us not only about The Elephant Man, Joseph “John” Merrick, but also about ourselves and how we see the world and others.”

- Jason Crawford Samios-Uy, Backstage Baltimore

“Director Anthony Lane Hinkle takes the audience on a journey back to Victorian London with his fruitful and emotional adaption of the story of John Carey Merrick, the man known as 'The Elephant Man.'”  

- Raychel Harvey-Jones, MD Theatre Guide

Production Credits

DIRECTOR:  Anthony Lane Hinkle

CAST:  Sean Coe, Mark Scharf, Frank Mancino, Grayson Owen, Darius Foreman, Elizabeth Ung, and Aladrian Wetzel

Press Photos

by Tessa Sollway

Photo 1: Frank Mancino

Photo 2: Elizabeth Ung, Grayson Owen and Aladrian Wetzel

Photo 3: Grayson Owen and Darius Foreman

Photo 4: Grayson Owen and Sean Coe

Photo 5: Aladrian Wetzel and Grayson Owen

Photo 6: Mark Scharf

Photo 7: Sean Coe

Once you are in the photo gallery, you can browse through the photos by clicking the arrows that appear to the left or right, or using the arrows on your keyboard.  Please credit the photographer when using the photos, either online, or in print.  If you have any questions or need any additional resources, please use our CONTACT form.