Patrick Honoré

Patrick Honoré


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BWW Review: WE WILL ROCK YOU at Casino De ParisBWW Review: WE WILL ROCK YOU at Casino De Paris
Posted: Oct. 15, 2018


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BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD at Festival Bruxellons!BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD at Festival Bruxellons!
Posted: Aug. 8, 2018


BWW Review: CABARET / KABARETT at Th??tre De PocheBWW Review: CABARET / KABARETT at Th??tre De Poche
Posted: Aug. 8, 2018


BWW Review: WE WILL ROCK YOU at Casino De ParisBWW Review: WE WILL ROCK YOU at Casino De Paris
Posted: Oct. 15, 2018


BWW Review: WE WILL ROCK YOU at Casino De ParisBWW Review: WE WILL ROCK YOU at Casino De Paris
October 15, 2018

We Will Rock You, originally produced by Robert De Niro and written by Ben Elton, who, building on Queen's repertoire, collaborated with the remaining members of the group roger Taylor and Brian May, was one of the first highly successful jukebox musicals. Opening in 2002 at the hugeDominion Theatrein London, where it run for 12 years, the show traveled to theParis Hotelin Las Vegas. It was also a big hit in Australia, Japan and Russia. And in 2006, it was produced in Portugal, Chilie, Argentina, Switzerland and Germany, followed by long runs in Madrid, Vienna, Singapour and Hong-Kong. The German language version also met with huge success in both Cologne and Stuttgart, but the Canadian production in Toronto, an obvious try-out, never made it to Broadway. The reason clearly lies in the book, beyond silly compared to those of the now numerous other juke box musicals that hit the great white way towards the beginning of the millennium.

BWW Review: CABARET / KABARETT at Théâtre De Poche
August 8, 2018

The shadows of Kurt Weil, Kander and Ebb, and Bob Fosse are hanging high over the early summer theater season in Paris with two exceptional productions, Berlin Kabarett at the Theatre de Poche Montparnasse, May 24th - July 15th, and the ECM presentation of Willkommen im Cabaret at the Theatre des Varietes, June 24th - 25th.

BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD at Festival Bruxellons!BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD at Festival Bruxellons!
August 8, 2018

Innovatively set in the unique Chateau de Karreveld, the greatest attraction of the Bruexellons! Summer Festival is proving to be the very first French version of Sunset Boulevard, flawlessly translated and adapted by Jack Cooper and Simon Paco, and resourcefully supervised by Stephane Laporte, who gave us the French adaptation of The Lion King, Titanic, I Do! I Do!, and Fiddler on the Roof!, among others.