Michael Jackson & Elvis Take the Stage Together in Fantasy Tribute Show
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The event began with a great warm-up from the band.
My "I loved it" is solely based on George Thomas as Elvis. He strongly resembles a young Elvis, can belt out the songs and can strut the dance moves. At 6ft tall with long legs, he definitely commands the stage. He also gets the audience involved, which makes the experience more interactive. And, his singing - OMG - is reminiscent of the legendary 'king of rock n' roll'; and is the type to swoon over.
As for Antonio as MJ, it was a total disaster and was like witnessing a total crash an burn. To be honest, he is a little to large to play MJ, can't moon walk and can't sing. It was extremely obvious that he was lip-syncing the entire time. The producers website claims that he 'sings'; however, it's an outright lie. Randomly making a few hee-hees throughout the performance and occasionally singing the wrong lyrics over a voice track are NOT what an audience would define as singing the songs. There was a bald back-up dancer, who was closer to MJ's weight, was an excellent dancer, and could perform all of MJ's legendary moves. I would suggest that they put a wig on the bald back-up dancer and have him play MJ. If you're going to have a lip-sync performance, you better have at least resemble and dance like him. Last year, I attended a performance by Fabio Mordà as the King of Pop, and Fabio Mordà is the total package, who can dance, sing and look like MJ.
The Elks oversold the first 5 rows for this event, so there was some bickering from late arrivals who couldn't find seats. Also, they should have had an usher checking tickets and walking patrons directly to a seat. I witnessed at least two ladies with the cheap seat tickets sitting in the front row. Furthermore, if you are going to 'reserve' seats with tape, you should write your name on the tape and the word 'reserved'. Otherwise, no one will know what the tape in random locations means or who is the true 'reserved for' person.
About the Ticket Supplier: Mirror Images Co.
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