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PreviousDecember 1970

Based on Alan Parker's famous film and the famous TV series, the musical "Fame" returns to Paris in a new production.

This mythical show, which has already toured the world, tells the story of a troupe of young artists learning to sing, dance and act at the High School of Performing Arts in New York.

Gathered by the same passion for their art and a formidable desire to succeed, supervised by teachers entirely dedicated to their discipline, they will understand at the end of four years of study that this school of entertainment is also the school of life and that fame is not achieved in a snap of the fingers.

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Casino de Paris

There are predestined places in Paris. The Casino de Paris is located in one of these magical places.

As early as 1730, where meadows and trees were visible, a site was created for the Duke of Richelieu's distractions. The "Folie Richelieu", which was then more democratically attended, became a place of entertainment until 1811. It is replaced by the Tivoli, a very large amusement park run by a pyrotechnician named Ruggieri, still today the great name for Paris' fireworks.

It was during the dark period of the 1914-1918 war that the Casino de Paris adopted the formula that made it a legend in the Parisian Music Hall.

In 1851, the Trinity Church was built on the site of the Tivoli. Is this the end of the place's vocation of pleasure and joy? No, because Baron Haussmann, the all-powerful developer of Paris, had it dismantled and rebuilt a little lower down!

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