High-heeled and glamorous, the entire cast of Amazons comes on stage in their extravagant costumes for this closing scene, creating a spellbinding image.
Sensual, strong and confident, these delicious creatures give us a last peak at the perfection of their curves, the accuracy of their postures, the strength of their assertive femininity.
An eternal dream, filled with Désirs, which you may never want to leave…
Created in 2013 by the choreographer Philippe Découflé, this scene, staged with a playful and sensual choreography, is the new grand finale of the show “Désirs”.
It represents a nod to the literal Crazy Horse that you also see throughout the show, through the character of La Dompteuse.
By turns enchanted and enchanting, this number brings all the Crazy Horse dancers back on stage one last time, these the elite of seduction, part of the legend of the most glamorous of Parisian cabarets, for a final breathtaking and unforgettable choreography before the end of the show.
Also starring the full cast, “Glamazones” echoes the opening scene of the show “Désirs” entitled “God Save Our Bareskin” and its legendary military march.
The two scenes, symbolic signatures of the Crazy Horse Paris, complement and form an interplay of mirrors, between tradition and modernity, which opens and closes the show in a timeless loop.
Inspired by the British photographer and artist John Willie and his magazine Bizarre, “Glamazones” is truly a tribute by the choreographer Philippe Decouflé to the cabaret at Avenue George V.
A legendary Paris nightlife institution, which, since its creation in 1951 by Alain Bernardin, has seen countless, stars in its famous velvet armchairs, but also on stage with its famous Guests Stars on the Crazy program since 2006.is 2006.
Evolving to beautiful music created for Crazy Horse by French composer and guitarist Oli Le Baron, accompanied by Pierre Le Bourgeois, the Crazy Girls turn into gorgeous Amazons on stage.
They are all a dressed in an exquisite costume in the form of horse, created by the talented designer Antoine Kruk and faithful collaborator of the Crazy Horse. This amazing outfit was custom made for each dancer, by the skillful hands of the Crazy Horse costume designers, in their workshop.
The shoes, also designed by Antoine Kruk, were signed by the famous Maison Ernest.
The magnificent projections created by Philippe Decouflé, were shot at Musée des Arts Forains in Paris. A magical place in the heart of the Bercy district, which houses thousands of rare objects: antique funfair pieces, performance objects (Theater, Music Hall, etc.) and other curiosities.