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France Musicals & Plays

Gribouillis
Théâtre de la Renaissance de Oullins (2/10 - 2/16)
OPÉRA Les Noces de Figaro Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Opéra national de Paris - Opéra Bastille (1/19 - 2/18)
Candide
Théâtre de la Renaissance de Oullins (2/2 - 2/4)
OPÉRA La Khovantchina Modeste Petrovitch Moussorgski
Opéra national de Paris - Opéra Bastille (1/26 - 2/18)
Britten's Melodies
Théâtre de la Renaissance de Oullins (2/8 - 2/8)
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Reviews

BWW Review: COLORED LIGHTS at Port-Royal Temple Photo

BWW Review: COLORED LIGHTS at Port-Royal Temple

Quadruple threat Dalia Constantin in an initimate autobiographical one-woman show.

BWW Review: COLE PORTER IN PARIS at Théâtre Du Châtelet Photo

BWW Review: COLE PORTER IN PARIS at Théâtre Du Châtelet

BWW Review: THE PRODUCERS at Théâtre De Paris Photo

BWW Review: THE PRODUCERS at Théâtre De Paris

BWW Review: SIMPLY MUSICALS at L'Auguste Théâtre Photo

BWW Review: SIMPLY MUSICALS at L'Auguste Théâtre

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BWW Review: COLE PORTER IN PARIS at Théâtre Du Châtelet Photo

BWW Review: COLE PORTER IN PARIS at Théâtre Du Châtelet

Cole Porter, the most Francophile of the big five American composers of the American songbook, with Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, and Richard Rodgers, spent almost a decade in Paris just after World War I immersing himself French language and culture and developing his craft as a composer and lyricist of sophisticated and semi-autographical ditties full of double entendre, trying them out as a dilettante pianist in the party scenes of the roaring 20s not only in Paris but also in Venice, before taking on Broadway by storm the following decade.

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