The Colonel (left, played by Tim "X" Davis) tells his assistant Roscoe (center, played by Cody Taylor) that Elvis has requested to perform a show as a favor as the Studio Players' rehearsed their new show, Elvis Has Left the Building in Lexington on September 10, 2012. Photo by Mark Ashley
The Colonel (left, played by Tim "X" Davis) tells his assistant Roscoe (center, played by Cody Taylor) that Elvis has requested to perform a show as a favor as the Studio Players' rehearsed their new show, Elvis Has Left the Building in Lexington on September 10, 2012. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader
The Colonel (left, played by Tim "X" Davis) tells his assistant Roscoe (center, played by Cody Taylor) that Elvis has requested to perform a show as a favor as the Studio Players' rehearsed their new show, Elvis Has Left the Building in Lexington on September 10, 2012. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader

Review: 'Elvis Has Left the Building' at Studio Players

September 14, 2012 11:46 AM

UPDATED September 14, 2012 12:30 PM

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