His singular name still evokes immediate recognition from people all over the world! This official Elvis Presley bio-musical takes a closer look at the rock star and cultural icon whose impact shaped the history of music and culture. This new musical explores the pivotal moments in Elvis’s life through the perspectives of those who knew him best. Using different lenses to dig deeper into fact vs. fiction, ELVIS: THE MUSICAL spans from his impoverished childhood in Tupelo, Mississippi to his triumphant 1968 “Comeback Special,” and his ascent to be “The King.” It features over 40 Elvis hits and iconic songs including, “That’s All Right,” “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” “All Shook Up,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Burning Love,” “Good Rockin’ Tonight,” “Earth Angel,” “Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Are You Lonesome,” and “Blue Suede Shoes”.

1F, 6M, 9 Ensemble
120 Min


Sean Cercone

Sean Cercone

Writer Prior to launching Broadway Licensing, Cercone served as Chief Business Officer and Senior Vice President of Professional and International Licensing for Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW). Since 2011, Cercone helped build TRW...

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David Abbinanti

David Abbinanti

Writer David Abbinanti is a national award-winning composer, songwriter and orchestrator. Credits include ELVIS: THE MUSICAL (Book co-written with Sean Cercone, Orchestrations, Arrangements and Additional Music & Lyrics), SATURDAY...

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10 Musicians

Keyboard 2
Reed 1
Reed 2
Guitar 1
Guitar 2


Elvis Presley
Male - 19-33
The King of Rock and Roll. A good-looking leading man. Great singer.

Young Elvis
Male - 10
Strong actor and singer.

Gladys Presley
Female - 33-46
Elvis’ mother and closest person in his life. Strong, Southern Woman. Overly-doting on Elvis but doesn’t put up with any BS. Strong Actress.

Sam Phillips
Male - 21-35
Elvis’ first producer. Outspoken, tough but sensitive southern man. Had a true ear and passion for authentic music, especially “Rockabilly.” Strong actor.

Colonel Tom Parker
Male - 46-59
Elvis’ unscrupulous manager. Driven purely by profit. Cigar-smoking, a big presence, former carnival barker and con-artist.

Scotty Moore
Male - 22-35
Elvis’ first lead guitarist. Also should be good straight-comedic actor.

Bill Black
Male - 18-31
Elvis’ first bass player. A real goofball. The yin to Scotty’s yang.

Male & Female
5F, 4M - Consisting of many roles and voice ranges.

Promotional Resources

ELVIS Logo Pack

Official Logo Pack

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Includes color and black and white high-resolution logo files in JPG, PNG, and EPS formats.

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ELVIS Official Show Artwork

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Written by
Sean Cercone and David Abbinanti

Based on a Concept by
Floyd Mutrux

ELVIS: The Musical

By Sean Cercone and David Abbinanti

Musical Arrangements and Orchestrations by David Abbinanti

Based on a concept by Floyd Mutrux