The Elephant Man
The Elephant Man is a historical drama about John Merrick, whose horrific physical deformity earned him the name of "the elephant man."
The play explores Christian themes as it examines a society based on outward appearance and social status rather than the worth of each individual soul. Ultimately, it reinforces the core of Catholic social teaching, which is to respect the dignity of each human life regardless of appearance.
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- off-camera flash
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