Venue Details

353 Star Starred
Maverick Theater
110 E. Walnut Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 30 members
Review from Monica T
26 events 22 reviews

The King, played by Frank Tryon, was great. He took me back to the late 50's and the songs we played on our little 45 player. Mark Coyan who played Vic Paker was another of my favorites. Well written and staged, this show is one of my...continued

reviewed Mar 24 2006 report as inappropriate
Review from Brenda Flatt
23 events 17 reviews

The music and vocal by "The King" were great. I especially enjoyed the humor and story line.

reviewed Mar 12 2006 report as inappropriate
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2002 Best Show —O.C. Register
“If Elvis ever did come back, everything would be played out just as writer/director Brian Newell scripted it.” _—O.C. Register  _


Written and directed by Brian Newell. 

The King begins with Elvis being unfrozen from a cryogenic freeze he secretly under went in 1977. As the story unfolds you join him on an Elvis adventure in the Twenty First Century where he battles the elements of commercialism, corporate lawsuits, science and technology.

Befriended by a family in a small Mississippi town, a troubled Elvis, scared by his old lifestyle, is determined to prove who he is through his musical talent. Will the world believe him, will he find peace at last– well, you know he is the King.

The King has performed to sold-out audiences in Fullerton, Orange, Brea and Buena Park. The show’s overwhelming mass appeal to all ages is the very reason it continues to be requested since it’s original run in June 2002. This current staging has some re-writes as well as new performers in many of the leading roles. The production continues to use a unique combination of rear screen projected sets and video sequences and a live band to perform over 20 of Elvis’ biggest hits.

KIDZ BOP <em>Best Time Ever</em> Tour Lionel Richie & Mariah Carey Knott's Berry Farm Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Los Angeles Angels The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire <em>Geezers</em>