Deputy Creative Director
But Patricia is not only a dancer. For several years now, she has also been working as creative collaborator and choreographer for the Crazy Horse Paris.
She notably worked side-by-side with Clotilde Courau, multifarious actress and committed feminist, who performed at the celebrated Parisian cabaret in September of 2010. She has also collaborated with Christian Louboutin, famed for his red-soled footwear, and Dick Walsh, artistic director of the “Forever Crazy” international touring show.
Patricia Folly is also behind the « Purple Underground » and « Take My Love » (currently on stage in “Totally Crazy“)acts. She teamed up with Cyrille Vergnes for the superb and ethereal number « Final Fantasy », in which a striking beauty is entwined amidst a tangle of red ropes, in the fabulous show « Désirs », directed by Philippe Decouflé.
It is therefore when she left the stage, that the directors proposed her a role as a member of the creative team.
Already 15 years !
With her bob, red hair, green eyes, and captivating smile that reveals a small gap in her front teeth, that the French refer to as « dents du bonheur » or teeth that bring about happiness, Patricia is an icon of the Parisian cabaret. She started her career in 2000: that says it all!
« On average, a Crazy Girl stays anywhere between 3 to 5 years, but there’s no rule. My case is rather unusual, but it all depends on who you meet, how you want your career to progress and what you want to do on stage and artistically. For example, for 3 or 4 years, I was able to perform in both Las Vegas and Paris. This experience, taking dance-lessons in Vegas, was highly enriching. Time went by very quickly. I would never have imagined working this long on stage”, Psykko Tico confides.
In a wedding-dress for Jean-Paul Gaultier
Her Crazy Girl career also enabled her to open the doors to Haute Couture. The great Jean-Paul Gaultier, a dedicated fan of the Crazy Horse Paris, spotted Psykko Tico and asked her to model for his Spring-Summer 2011 fashion show.
She was wearing the spectacular « Can Can », a red, black and blue, colors of the cabaret, wedding-dress.