Scintillating one's seductive senses by gazing upon the sinful tease of bare skin in an unforgettable night of risqu sophistication ― this is the very essence of "Crazy Horse Paris."
Alongside celebrated cabaret acts such as "Moulin Rouge" and "Lido," "Crazy Horse Paris" is one of France's most iconic live burlesque performances, having seduced more than 15 million people worldwide over the past six decades.
In celebration of the Paris-born show's 65th anniversary this year, "Crazy Horse Paris" will be premiering in Asia for the first time, right here in Seoul.
"I am pleased to present the 65-year historical French cabaret show to the audiences in Seoul," said Lee Byoung-soo, chairman of W&Fun Entertainment ―- one of the show's organising partners in an official statement. "Now the Seoul people can experience the same titillation enjoyed by 15 million people around the globe."
Philippe Lhomme, chairman and managing director of Crazy Horse Paris, stated that the Korean audiences' "elevated taste" made him select Seoul as the production's Asian premiere destination.
The upcoming local performance has been specially rearranged for the Seoul audience in honour of its anticipated Asian preference.
The show was directed by renowned French choreographer Philippe Decoufle, who choreographed the opening and closing ceremonies for the 1992 Olympics in Albertville, France, as well as participated in the production of Cirque du Soleil.
With a splash of past-time taboo indulgence with a hint of humour and modernity, the 19 and older French cabaret is in no way the average run-of-the-mill nightclub entertainment.
The Crazy Horse Paris cabaret show will take place from April 27 to June 30 at the Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel's Walkerhill Theater in Gwangjang-dong, Seoul.
The show will run twice daily from Monday to Saturday, with special Champagne packages for select ticket purchases. Tickets can be purchased exclusively at wwww.crazyhorseparisinseoul.com.