Saturday, September 24
Writer/actor Dennis Elkins wove the story of his hum-drum existence through escapades of hilarity and heartache. He questioned all the things we keep stored away in boxes and can’t throw away.
Autobiographical in nature, “Box” was triggered by the untimely death of Elkins’ son, Isaac. The young man’s cremains were delivered to Elkins in a box, and it was that shattering experience which ultimately led to the writing of this theatrical piece.