The world's original impersonator, Mall Santa, enjoyed only a single season of glory. See a perennial hitmaker with today's GrouponLive deal: for $40, you get two tickets to see Darren Lee, one of the world's most popular Elvis impersonators, at the Rotary Centre for the Arts on Saturday, October 15, at 7:30 p.m. (an $80 value). The show will be held in the Mary Irwin Theatre, and all seating is general admission.
Twenty-three years into his storied career, Darren Lee continues to channel the charisma of the King of rock 'n' roll, winning the title of World's Best Elvis in Memphis on the 20th anniversary of the legend's death. Lee gained notoriety performing on the Vegas Strip for 11 years, and during his stint as young Elvis, mastered the moves that once scandalized a nation, from swiveling hips to wearing a white jumpsuit after Labour Day. With dark, voluminous locks and the signature growl that marks such hits as Hound Dog and Hurt, Darren Lee celebrates the King's unforgettable music and charismatic stage presence fronting a multi-media presentation that culls the best back-up instrumentals and vocals. With only 326 seats, the intimate auditorium fosters an energetic connection between the performer and viewer in a way that only the arduous questioning of an Ouija board otherwise can.