Saturday Night Fever, Oliver Twist, The Three Musketeers, Notre Dame de Paris, Timéo, Le Rouge et le Noir, the Opera Rock, The Dix commandements ... A wave of musicals, acclaimed by the public, are playing in Parisian theatres.
Characterized by a real French artistic identity, they are winning the same kind of popularity as musicals on Broadway.
Combining song, dance and theatre, these shows take the audience into another world whether it be the New York disco years with Saturday Night Fever or 17th-century Paris with The Three Musketeers. A unique opportunity to be carried away by the singing, and see dazzling decor and stage sets.
After the success of the recent shows Cats, Résiste, and Dirty Dancing, here is a line-up of new Parisian musicals for great entertainment to enjoy with family or friends.
Oliver Twist, the Musical is playing just off the Champs-Elysées
As of 23 September, the most successful work of the English writer Charles Dickens, adapted for the stage, comes to Paris. With Oliver Twist, the Musical, the Salle Gaveau welcomes one of the leading musicals of the autumn cultural season.
Director: Ladislas Chollat. Composer: Shay Alon. Author, lyrics writer: Christopher Delarue. Troupe of 15 actors, singers and dancers and an orchestra of 7 musicians. With Nicolas Motet, Benoît Cauden, Catherine Arondel, David Alexis, Arnaud Leonard, Jeff Broussoux, Gilles Vajou...
Synopsis: Oliver, a young orphan in 19th-century London flees a house of correction to search for his family. He is enrolled into a gang of thieves. This leads to many ups and downs and encounters.
> At the Salle Gaveau from 23 September 2016 to 26 February 2017