Ayesha Saleh, Raiane Cantisano, William Serri, Ita Korenzecher, Michael Pichardo and Laura Lamberti transform a nineteenth-century brothel into a dreamland in Elephant at the Flamboyan Theatre. Original photo by N-K Photography.

By Andrew Andrews

It’s the same old story: the thirteen-year-old daughter of a French prostitute gets pregnant a week after she has her first period… and she’s going to give birth to an Éléphant.

You’ve heard it a thousand times or more, right? So what makes this version so special?

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Andrew Andrews attended Éléphant at Clemente Soto Vélez Center in New York on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 @ 5:45pm to write this review.

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