The King, The Final Hours is an artistic interpretation of what went through Elvis Presley’s mind as he realized his life was ending. This is the first theatrical performance to explore this theme.
The King, The Final Hours is a love story at the root. Most people don’t know Elvis was in love with two women at the same time – an innocent, underage teenager (Priscilla) and the biggest movie star of the day (Ann-Margret). This play takes a closer look at the internal conflict Elvis faced as he was forced to choose between the two women he loved most. Theater goers will also hear conversations Elvis would have wanted to have with Priscilla, Ann-Margret, his Mother and God in his final hours. The story will inspire everyone to reflect on the questions they might ask in the end.
The King, The Final Hours is available for licensing with the opportunity to perform songs Elvis made famous in the 1950s, '60s and 70s. Theaters or Artistic Directors interested in reviewing the script can request a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org. The King, The Final Hours is not affiliated nor endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises.