To see the Crazy Girls, you have to walk down the show venue. The atmosphere is like in a lounge, dark, cozy, covered in red, Crazy Horse Paris main color.
With the “Totally Crazy” revue, a talented crooner – Brian Scott Bagley – sings among the audience to start warming them up. We advise you to come early for the show, it would be a shame to deny yourself his singing act.
If you book the Revue + Champagne package, you can enjoy the Cuvée Crazy, Champagne Comtesse Gérin, a delight, this nectar.
Then the 12 Crazy Girls with evocative names (Dekka Dance, Coco Vanille, Pixelle Canon, Etta d’Amour, Taina des Bermudes…) will put on the show with about twenty scenes creating the “Totally Crazy” show.
The first scene, they are (lightly) dressed like horse-riders and we only see their bottoms they shake in rhythm. The tone of the revue is set: at Crazy, nudity is given pride of place and not vulgarity.
The charming dancers will then follow a series of numbers, always wearing Christian Louboutin shoes and dressed in Chantal Thomas sexy and elegant lingerie.
There’s a number with body painting and phosphorescent shoes, another one where they dance on a jazz remix of Britney Spears “Oops I did it Again”, a provocative female duo around a red sofa shaped like a mouth on “Striptease-moi”, and even dancers on pointe in their hoops.
Like Egyptians, dressed like Cleopatra, they offer a lopsided posture like we’ve rarely seen.
The scene called “Upside Down” by Philippe Découflé is literally mind-blowing. Thanks to the mirror we only see dancers’ legs without knowing who they belong to or how many they are.
As for “Undress To Kill”, it’s simply designed by the queen of the genre, Dita Von Teese.
Because this is what Crazy Horse Paris is, sexy dance numbers, enhanced by many visual effects and ultra-precise and sophisticated light effects. Light that on its own, on some numbers, dresses the girls.
But who said that in “Totally Crazy” there were only women on stage?
Our singer pops out all night long and Robert Muraine, a man of an incredible flexibility (we could think about a disjointed puppet) performs a funny striptease. He’ll come back for another show… but… Shh, surprise, we can’t tell you everything.
To know more, you have to come to Crazy Horse Paris, a small pleasure to treat yourself to at least once in your life.
Dates and Opening Time
From 11 September 2018 to 31 December 2018
Le Crazy Horse Paris
12, avenue George V
75008 Paris 8
Spectacle seul, à partir de: €85
Revue + champagne, à partir de: €105
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