PARISIAN vaudeville will feature in a dynamic and diverse show at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on Thursday night.
After touring Australia over the past three years to sold out venues and popular and critical acclaim, The Paris Underground Cabaret is in Mount Gambier throughout next week.
A sub-version of the classic French cabaret and variety show, the production brings together a diverse range of performers, including magicians, dancers, singers, circus and burlesque artists.
The show includes the magic of Madotti and Vegas, Australia’s most unique magicians, the beauty and grace of aerialist, dancer and circus artist Hannah Trott, the rare skill of tap-dance king
Monsieur Eden Read, the dangerously charming and risque wit of chanteuse Aurora Kurth and international burlesque artist, dancer and showgirl Mimi Le Noir.
“Audiences will witness the delights of a magic spectacular and French burlesque, cabaret and variety show,” co-creator and director Richard Vegas said.
“The singers, dancers, aerial artists and illusionists will seduce and intoxicate the audience with a show that sits as a cross between Moulin Rouge, with a touch of Crazy Horse, high-art circus theatre, comedy and a magic cabaret.”
Bookings can be made through the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre box office.