THE KING, THE FINAL HOURS to Play Limited Off-Broadway Run at The Producers Club
What's it like being the most famous man in the world as you're dying?
Elvis Presley was the most famous man in the world in the '50s, '60s and 70s. Even today, everyone knows the name - Elvis - but few know his story.
A new Off-Broadway play explores the final hours of Elvis as he realized his life was ending. This play is a love story at the root with music he sang throughout his career. It's a historical and artistic look at the personal struggles Elvis faced throughout his life.
The King, The Final Hours is not affiliated with Elvis Presley Enterprises, allowing producers to tell an unfiltered and uncensored story. This is the first Off-Broadway play that takes a deeper look at the internal conflicts Elvis faced as the most famous man in the world.
The play is produced by Emmy-award winner, Mark Macias, and directed by DeMone Seraphin, who performed on Broadway in Rent, Miss Saigon and Ragtime.
The King, The Final Hours opens next Wednesday, October 17th with a 10-day limited run at The Producers Club.
For more information, visit https://thefinalhours.com/.