What went through the King's mind during his final hours on earth? This play begins in the dark, with him crying out to God and his mother. Unsure of what comes next, he reflects on his life, his love and his failures.
This is not a biography of the King. It's an artistic interpretation of private conversations and fears he likely faced before some of his most pivotal moments in life. Viewers also witness the internal conflict the King faced as he was forced to choose between two women he loved. Priscilla was a teenager and Ann-Margret was the biggest movie star of the day. One woman was safe, while the other was a risk. The King defined music for an entire generation.
Fans will also hear some of the King's most popular songs that continue today via new artists. This theatrical play is not affiliated with Elvis Presley Enterprises.