Stars in Concert Moviestars
02/12 - 04/19/2020
"Stars in Concert", Berlins most successful show pays homage to legendary performers of yesterdas and today:... more The show creates the illusion that great legends of music history such as dazzling Elvis Presley, Louis Armstrong or Whitney Houston to Madonna, Amy Winehouse or Robbie Williams live on the stage. The look and the voice are so authentic that the perfect illusion arises that the world stars are live on stage.
The stars are accompanied by a first-class band and seductive dancers. No.1 hits are sung without exception. So there is something for every musical taste and every age! After the shows, the "Stars in Concert" will gladly be available for photos and autographs during a "Meet & Greet".
Suzie Kennedy – „Marilyn Monroe“
The glamour, the innocent charm, the unique voice – Suzie Kennedy, who has enthralled audiences worldwide with her impressive performance as the legendary sex symbol Marilyn Monroe. The British actress and singer has already played Marilyn Monroe in commercials, television and films, ... more including the leading role in the comedy film "Me and Marilyn", which took over two million euro at the box office in its first weekend alone. But Kennedy's similarities with Monroe don't end with her voice and looks; she also has exactly the same dress size as her idol, which is why she is also regularly asked to model Monroe's original clothes at auctions held at London's world-famous auction house "Christies". Suzie Kennedy has also appeared on stage with Madonna, Kate Moss, Damon Hill and Jude Law. She has sang a very special, personal happy birthday to a number of famous names: Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson, internationally renowned hair stylist John Frieda, "Desperate Housewife" Eva Longoria and Formula 1 racer Mark Webber. less
Rachel Hiew – „Jennifer Lopez“ & „Cher“ & "Amy Winehouse"
When Rachel Hiew steps on stage as Jennifer Lopez the audience is immediately energized – because not only are her outfits perfect replicas of the originals, but her attitude exudes JLo. She has included much of JLo’s dance routine in her choreography, making her one of the absolute high points of the show. ... more From “Let’s Get Loud“ to “No me ames“, Rachel Hiew has all of Jennifer Lopez’ major hits in her repertoire, which are met with waves of enthusiasm even from die hard JLo fans. Rachel Hiew also has the vocal range to double as another legend of show business. Cher. Being a trained singer, actress and dancer, Hiew delights her audiences with top hits like “Believe” and “Strong Enough“. Cher’s “Believe“ was in the Top Ten in the charts for several months. The artist, who has lived in Berlin for five years, trained at the Arts Educational School in London on a Lloyd-Webber scholarship. In 1990, she was awarded the prize for “Best All-round Student”. Her engagements so far are proof of her talent: in England, in “Cinderella“ (title role), “Aladdin“ (princess), “Orpheus in the Underworld“ (English National Opera), “Joy to the World“ (Royal Albert Hall); Austria, “Shakespeare & Rock ’n’ Roll“ (in a Bernhard Kurz production); and Germany, since 1996 with “The Musical Night S:E:T German Tour“ in guest appearances in “Phantom of the Opera“, “Grease“, “Starlight Express“, “West Side Story“, “My Fair Lady“, “Cabaret“ and “Evita“. In 1993, she appeared in “Eastender”, for almost a year, among a number of other acting engagements. She also enthralled audiences in solo singing engagements aboard the cruise ship M.S. Europa. In Berlin she sings with the bands “Power Unit“ and “DiskoInferno“, who play amongst other venues, the Quasimodo. less
Dorothea „Coco“ Fletcher – „Whitney Houston” & „Tina Turner”
Coco Fletcher is one of the most versatile performers in the “Stars in Concert“ show. Her impersonations of Whitney Houston and Tina Turner are captivativng and leave the audience wondering "is this real thing?" Coco Fletcher comes from Huntsville Alabama USA, and has been in show business ... more for more than ten years in diverse genres such as rock, pop, jazz and blues. Appearances with many well-known musicians like Little Milton and Bobby Womack took her first to Las Vegas and finally to Berlin where in September 1997 she was part of the first “Stars in Concert“ cast. In 1999 she was given the leading role in the revue “Elements“ at Friedrichstadtpalast and after that engagement she returned to “Stars in Concert“ and has had great success every night. With the distinct timbre of her voice, her extraordinary outfits and a performance bursting with energy, she brings the Tina Turner to life on stage; she then slips into a glamorous black evening gown, transforms into Whitney Houston and sings “I Will Always Love You“ to an audience glistening with sparklers. less
Matt Byrne – „Robbie Williams“
Matt Byrne is one of the world's best Robbie Williams look-and-sound-alike artists; no one else portrays the celebrated singer quite so brilliantly. In 2003, the British-born Byrne began captivating audiences with his witty and entertaining show in a multiple month engagement ... more on the Mediterranean isle of Ibiza. His tattoos, magnetic moves, incredible stage presence and voice, make him almost more electrifying than the original. Since 2011 Byrne has given one unforgettable “Stars in Concert” performance after another with his renditions of songs like “Feel”, “Angels” and the legendary “Let Me Entertain You”. less
Grahame Patrick – „Elvis Presley”
Grahame Patrick was born and raised in Dublin, and inherited his passion for music from his father who was a musician himself. Becaus of Grahame’s admiration for Elvis, the idea of impersonating the King of Rock’n’Roll began at an early age: “I wanted to convey this passion, which I’ve always had for his music, to other people as well in a realistic, ... more sensitive form to truly move them,” he says. In the early 90's, Grahame Patrick moved with his parents to Toronto Canada, where he performed his first Elvis impersonations in bars and clubs. It was at a party that his talents as an Elvis look-alike were discovered by a producer, and Grahame was offered a contract that very night. Over the next seven years he had a large number of engagements on various stages in Las Vegas, and regards his opening act for the soul legend Dionne Warwick as a highlight of his career. Since March 2003 Grahame Patrick can be seen regularly in the live show “Stars in Concert“ at the Estrel Festival Center, and in August 2004 he premiered at the Estrel in “Elvis – The Musical”. This two-hour tribute to the “King“ spans from Elvis' early years right up to the 1970's, and gives Grahame the opportunity to shine with his stunning physical resemblance and powerful vocal range. In 2019 “Elvis – The Musical” toured through 60 cities and attracted an audience of 100,000 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. less
Melissa Totten – „Madonna“
Melissa Totten hails from the Unites States and has been impersonating Madonna worldwide for more than 20 years in a variety of productions, including 5 years in the show “Legends in Concert“ in Las Vegas. She finally made it into the limelight during a cruise in 1990, when she was a member of the famous cast of Al Anthony’s “Salute to the Superstars“. ... more The stages of her career took her to Korea, Ireland, Australia, India, Japan and eventually landing in Germany. Her impersonations of the constantly varying personalities of the “Queen of Pop“ are stunning both vocally and visually, and the reviewers are also delighted, praising the dynamism and wit of her performance. less
Robert Hawthorne – „Rod Stewart“
Robert Hawthorn as Rod Stewart is so good he convinces even the most dedicated fans that he's the legendary British rocker. Hawthorn himself was once on stage with Rod Stewart for Rod’s farewell tour with his band “Faces”, but of course at the time nobody thought that he would one day become one of the best Rod Stewart impersonators every evening in “Stars in Concert“ with hits such as “Sailing“, ... more “Maggie May“ and “Tonight´s the Night“. It all began when Hawthorn was a member of the band “Strider“, as fans were constantly pointing out his similarity to Rod Stewart, and the singer finally decided to portray the superstar. Hawthorn is satisfied with his decision: “I am very happy that I sound like a star who makes such great music. Fortunately I don’t have a voice like 'Tiny Tim'.“ In addition to voice, movement and looks there is another thing Hawthorn and his original have in common: both were passionate footballers, even playing as professionals once. less
M.L. Jordan – „Louis Armstrong“
Before his arrival as a Louis-Armstrong impersonator in the show “Stars in Concert“ in Germany, M.L. Jordan was in great demand as an entertainer in the USA. It all began in a karaoke bar in 1997 when he sang “What a Wonderful World“ and received an overwhelming reaction from the audience. His girlfriend knew he had s promising career ahead of him. ... more and conveinced him to enter a talent competition produced by Dick Clark; naturally he made it to the semi-final. Jordan was then noticed by star talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, who invited him to her show where he was told on a live link to Dick Clark that he had been given an engagement on the Las Vegas show “Legends in Concert“. As a baby Jordan was immerse in the jazz music his mother listened to, and at the age of four he saw Satchmo“ on the Ed Sullivan Show and began imitating his idol. What started as a child’s game became the passion of Jordan’s life. His similarity to Armstrong is astonishing from his voice right down to the gap in his teeth, and when you hear him sing “Hello Dolly“, “When You're Smiling“ and “When the Saints Go Marching in“ you can’t deny his unbelievable talent. less