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April S. September 2013
Invincible definitely delivered and exceeded my high expectations. The professionalism is off the charts! Jeffrey Perez is the closest you will come to hearing Michael Jackson live- his voice gave me the chills. The production team and dancers were all super talented, friendly and professional. People are already requesting their return. Worth every dime!
"PHENOMENAL... an extravaganza that had the audience in awe."
- Deardra Shuler, Global Arts Review
- Broadway World
"In all my years of presenting productions from celebrity artists to Broadway shows, this production celebrating the life of Michael Jackson is by far the most well thought out, inspiring and breathtaking show I have ever seen or presented."
- John Salvato, Caesar's
THE FREEMAN STAGE - DELAWARE - SOLD OUT Aug 14, 2010
The Freeman Stage at Bayside Almost 1,000 people came out last night for our final night of Tribute Week! "INVINCIBLE/KING MICHAEL" - a tribute to Michael Jackson, was a show that you couldn't take your eyes off of! What talent! Thanks to all who came last night to contribute to our cause. We couldn't do it without you!
The Freeman Stage Blog, Presenter - Patti Grimes
THE EX in TORONTO CANADA - SOLD OUT Aug 25, 2010
The show was well received and everyone who attended only had but positive comments. The cast was great and easy to work with .... I hope they enjoyed their stay in Toronto.
Thanks for a great show! Please give them my regards . Cheers!
INVINCIBLE King Michael: A Tribute to the King of Pop" will be staged
Saturday in the Amarillo Civic Center Auditorium.
By Chip Chandler email@example.com
A lifelong fan of Michael Jackson, Darrin Ross has always felt there’s something missing in any tribute act to the singer he’s seen.
“They pretty much all follow the same format with a band and some background singers
... but there’s no theatrical production or installments in their shows,” Ross said.
So he set out to change that.
Ross found a trio of performers — Ivan Kelley (the young Michael), Jeffrey Perez (adult Michael) and Pete Carter (dancing Michael) — among thousands of Jackson impersonators around the world for his show, “King Michael: A Tribute to the King of Pop.”
The show follows Michael Jackson’s performing career from his boyhood days with his
brothers in the Jackson 5 to the heights of his solo career.
“ Invincible King Michael” will be staged at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Amarillo Civic
Center Auditorium, 401 S. Buchanan St.
“I think all the tribute artists are ultimate fans,” Ross said.
“They’ve studied him, they’ve mimicked him, some of them feel like they sing like him
— and I beg to differ — but they have it in their hearts,” he said. “King Michael” tries to combine all of that.
“Once Michael passed on June 25, 2009, it was major to all of us in the production. We wanted to do a show that, in my opinion, would bring back Michael Jackson in all his formats,” Ross said.
“The passion and the love for him was put in this show, and the audience reaffirms that we did the right thing.”
INVINCIBLE has also been performed as KING MICHAEL FROM LEHMAN CENTER in NEW YORK CITY - SOLD OUT July 6, 2010
It is with great pleasure that I recommend INVINCIBLE: A GLORIOUS TRIBUTE TO MICHAEL for your upcoming performing arts series.
I first saw a showcase (very short version) of Invincible at the New York Hilton Hotel during last January’s APAP conference. The producer of the show, Darrin Ross of RossLive, assured me at that at that time that this would be one of the most amazing tributes to the King of Pop ever produced. Based on Darrin’s assurances I took a chance and booked it as the world premiere and the only NYC appearance on one of the most important dates of Michael’s history - the First Anniversary of his death.
The media of course went wild paying tributes and highlighting Michael’s accomplishments and so we
had a lot to live up to in not disappointing our audiences.
Not only was the show outstanding but it exceeded all of my expectations which after 30 years of presenting artists of various stature is not an easy task. In summary, our audience went wild: young and old, from different backgrounds -- they all came together in one of the most outstanding moments of
our times when art imitates life. Young girls were screaming for Michael’s autograph and the audience did not want to leave the concert hall demanding to hear and see more, resulting in four curtain calls. The show was so successful that after numerous e-mails from our audience members asking for INVINCIBLE/ KING MICHAEL back we did book the show one more time for next season.
I am sure that RossLive entertainment can present you with a sample video so you can see for your own eyes what a great production this is. I just want to lend my support to the show that really touched the hearts of my audience as well as mine.
Of course I will be happy to provide you with any additional details. INVINCIBLE: A GLORIOUS TRIBUTE TO MICHAEL JACKSON will also be returning again in June 2014!
Many thanks for your serious consideration.
Most sincerely yours,
Executive Director - Lehman Center Bronx New York