Paris the Show
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After the success of "Piaf ! The Show" at Carnegie Hall Jan 7, 2017, Gil Marsalla presents a brand new show highlighting the best repertoire of French music in the world ! PARIS ! THE SHOW This spectacular evening is a vibrant tribute to the greatest French songs of the post-war years, and exports the charm and the essence of PARIS for the whole world to enjoy. Thrilling casting and an exceptional scenic design transport us from Montmartre to the stages of the great Parisian cabarets of the time, presenting a repertoire of the greatest songs of EDITH PIAF, MAURICE CHEVALIER, LUCIENNE BOYER, CHARLES TRENET, JOSEPHINE BAKER, YVES MONTAND, CHARLES AZNAVOUR, JACQUES BREL. About the Story Françoise ( Stéphanie Impoco ) a young girl who dreams of becoming a famous artist in PARIS, arrives in Montmartre. On her journey, she'll cross paths with EDITH PIAF ( Anne Carrere ) , and will become her friend, her confidante, and her soul mate. Françoise will find love in the person of Charles Aznavour ( Jules Grison ) , a young singer living in Pigalle. A romance will blossom between them in a city where love conquers all !
Venue: The Town Hall
123 W 43rd St
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