With agility, flexibility and humor, the bodies of the Crazy Girls is passed through a scanner in this electric and contemporary scene, created by Philippe Decouflé and Ali Mahdavi.
Five heavenly creatures surrender their will to contagiously erratic and pulsating rock music generating ecstatic frequencies!
Their wild movements draw you into the innermost confines of passion and desire.
Revealing the woman
If at first glance, the beautiful artists of the legendary Crazy Horse cast all seem identical, the intention behind this number was to reveal, as if with a bar code, the true personalities hidden under the iconic Crazy Horse square wig.
An instrument of truth, the scanner reveals the woman who hides behind these sumptuous bodies with perfect measurements.
Elegant, as talented as they are impertinent, each dancer offers a particular vision of femininity, as the scanner goes crazy at the sight of such gorgeous curves and endless legs.
A groundbreaking scene
At the launch of the show Désirs” in September 2009, Decouflé’s decision to show the Crazy Girls as they are, blondes, brunettes, redheads … without their traditional wig, represents a near-revolution for the house on avenue George V.
To modernize while preserving the spirit of the Crazy Horse was also one of the wishes of the famous French choreographer, who in June 2009 spoke with the newspaper “Le Parisien”, while he was still creating the show, saying: “I’m still trying to make it all less standardized, to draw on their characters, each one’s special features. For example, I’m gradually relieving the show of wigs, so you can see their real hair, their real faces, so you can identify them… “.
At the request of the director, for this number, the Crazy Horse dancers were also allowed to indulge their imaginations in an almost entirely improvised moment, during which their bodies appear and disappear in light.
A moment of pure craziness on the legendary stage of the famous Parisian cabaret.
For this scene, which rewrites the rules of the Crazy Horse, the projections were created by Olivier Simola and light effects by Begoña Garcia Navas.
The music was composed by Antonin Maurel.
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