Celebrating 65 years of Parisian glamour, this fall, Czech audiences will experience the unique French cultural phenomenon of Crazy Horse Paris for the first time ever. Be ready when “Forever Crazy”, the international tour show of the most glamorous Parisian cabaret, high kicks into Prague, from 5 – 9 November 2019 at the Hybernia Theatre, promoted by Nomen PR.
Featuring the best acts from the legendary cabaret, “Forever Crazy” consists of a series of highly aesthetic and visual scenes presented by a multicultural cast of ten stunningly beautiful and classically trained dancers, magnified by textured lighting and projection.
Founded in 1951, Crazy Horse Paris is celebrated all over the world for its incomparable style and its unique capacity to enhance and celebrate femininity with sparkling and original creations. A heightened sense of beauty, a vision of strong and free womanhood, and a hint of impertinence are just some of the elements that make up a distinctive and imaginative artistic signature, appraised among creators, celebrities, as well as the general public – pleasing women and men alike.
Performances are accentuated by original music and stylish costumes created over the years by in-house costumiers, as well as world-renowned fashion designers, including Paco Rabanne, Loris Azzaro, Karl Lagerfeld, Emmanuel Ungaro, and Azzedine Alaïa. Celebrity shoe creator Christian Louboutin personally designed the dancer’s iconic red-soled shoes, making “Forever Crazy” a night of world-class opulence.
Over 15 million people have already been mesmerized by Crazy Horse Paris shows, among them numerous celebrities, including Salvador Dalì, Elizabeth Taylor, President John F. Kennedy, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Celine Dion, Will Smith, Pedro Almodovar, Sting, and Rihanna… to name but a few.
Over past years, Crazy Horse Paris has collaborated with the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, David Lynch, Beyoncé, Miuccia Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Ellen von Unwerth, and Kylie Minogue … The cabaret has also hosted a long list of stars who have made guest performances with the troupe, including Dita Von Teese, Pamela Anderson, Arielle Dombasle, Conchita Wurst, and Carmen Electra.