What’s On: Cabaret de Paris

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Sunshine Coast superstar and Moulin Rouge dancer Morgan Kenny leads her fellow showgirls in Cabaret de Paris. Imagery provided.

Cabaret de Paris

7:30pm Friday, July 5 2019

2pm & 7:30pm Saturday, July 6 2019

Playhouse Theatre, QPAC


Following sell-out shows across Australia and internationally, Cabaret de Paris returns to QPAC to dazzle Brisbane audiences. The Parisian-themed revue show returns with its biggest ever cast, adorned in feathers, sequins, rhinestones, jewels…over a quarter of a million dollars worth of lavish costumes crafted in traditional Parisian style.

Cabaret De Paris is a stage spectacular celebrating old-fashioned showgirl glamour, featuring adagio dancers, aerial pole artistry, comedy circus performers, quick change performers, illusionists and, of course, the famous French Cancan Dancers!

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Cabaret de Paris star and longest-serving Moulin Rouge performer Marissa Burgess

Cabaret de Paris is choreographed by Australian Todd Patrick, whose career highlights include work with Disney, Versace, Dior, Issey Miyaki, Gucci and Chanel, across Europe and Asia. He has also worked internationally as a dancer, including as principal in The Lido in Paris. The 90-minute production is “pure Paris spectacle” that plays tribute to the most famous cabarets in France all rolled into one dazzling revue.

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Cabaret de Paris star and longest-serving Moulin Rouge performer Marissa Burgess

Australian born and trained Marissa Burgess, the longest-serving performer in the Moulin Rouge‘s 120-year history, stars in the show alongside Sunshine Coast superstar and fellow Moulin Rouge star Morgan Kenny. They are joined by the crème de la crème of showgirls, dancers who have graced the stages of Moulin RougeThe Lido and other French cabaret revues, as well as acclaimed illusionist and Australia’s Got Talent finalist Michael Boyd who will perform some of his greatest illusions, disappearances, and magic.

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Illusionist Michael Boyd will perform some of his greatest illusions as part of Cabaret de Paris

Please note that the 2pm Saturday show will be covered, and the two evening performances will be topless and audience members under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

For ticketing and further information, visit the QPAC website.

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