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Elephant Room Productions

Sept 5 - 9 2018

2018 Fringe Festival

Runtime TBA


Skinner Studio at Plays & Players TheatreMap

Nothing goes as planned—and Girl gets attacked, and Lady falls apart, and Woman loses her mind. And then they all go blank. A scripted drama, Salamander follows the surreal fall and rise of women in modern America, as they lose their sexual identity in exchange for something… other. Trigger warning: sexual violence.

$20 / 100 minutes





Girl: Zoe Feldman

Lady: Natajia Sconiers

Woman: Ginger Agnew

Male: Blake Alvey

Jane: Sol Madariaga

John: Christopher David Roché


Creative Team:

Playwright: Lisa VillaMil

Director: Lauren M. Shover

Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Latrice Smith

Lighting Designer: Eric Baker

Set Designer: Annemarie Branco

Props Designer: Carly E. Carman

Technical Assistant: Toni O. Carosella

Producer: Christopher G. Ulloth


A generous portion of the proceeds from Salamander will be donated to Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR), Philadelphia’s only rape crisis center.




About Elephant Room Productions: Elephant Room Productions was founded in 2014 with the vision to address the metaphorical elephant in the room when it comes to various societal and cultural issues such as addiction, immigration, prejudice, tolerance, suicide, and more. With each staged reading and production created, Elephant Room Productions donates a portion of proceeds to a related foundation. In addition, ERP runs a continuous process called the Elephant Ears Reading Series (EERS), which is a journey for playwrights to develop and finalize their scripts. Since its inception, it has helped over thirty-six playwrights progress with their scripts.


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