The King, The Final Hours brings alive memories from your teenage years
Fans spanning across multiple generations grew up with The King’s music and watched him live on TV, but over the decades his fans have forgotten those experiences that shaped their teenage years in the 20th century.
The King, The Final Hours, the new Off-Broadway play coming to The Producer’s Club Theater this October, will help the King’s fans remember some of their favorite moments of the iconic rock and blues recording artist.
Fans that got to grow up with the King can hear songs that he performed and helped to make famous, not to mention see some of their favorite memories of the King played out live on stage:
Some of the King’s career highlights, including historically-based conversations and intimate moments that likely took place before and after these highlights, are shown in the Off-Broadway production:
The Ed Sullivan Show - What conversations took place before his appearance on the show?
Viva Las Vegas - What actually took place on the set of the 1964 film between Ann-Margret and the King?
Just Hitched - Was the King’s marriage as happy as everyone thought?
The Hawaii Satellite Concert - What happened before, during and after the show?
The King’s Death - What did he do in his final hours on earth? Where were you when you learned he’d passed?