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Piaf: 100 Ans d’Amour consists of two acts of 55 minutes each plus a 20 minute interval
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Running time 2hr 15min (including interval).
About the Show
After 33 years of success in France and abroad, Arc en Ciel Productions performances are now being introduced to the UK audience by French Cabaret Musicals.
This English version of Piaf: 100 Ans d’Amour (100 Years of Love) is an enlightening live musical and an exceptional interpretation, exploring unforgettable songs which made Édith Piaf – “La Môme Piaf” – an international star. Behind the legend, it also led to worldwide fame for her writers and composers, including Yves Montand, Charles Aznavour and Georges Moustaki.
Edith Piaf: 100 Ans d’Amour – the UK Musical Show.
The post-war period. A bistro in the suburbs run by Joséphine, single, tormented by too many love stories; some have broken her heart, others still make her dream. In her bistro, she sings her stories to whoever wants to hear them.
These stories are rather pathetic and black, however her regular clientele still request them, fascinated by so much despair. However, they would like to see her share their gaiety in living. Will they succeed? Will she regain faith in love?
Joséphine (Lys / Juliette) is a character who has never discovered true love, she has suffered from the comings and goings of romance and her heart can be divided between many lovers.
Gaspard and Horace are two regulars of the bistro:
– Gaspard (Jean-Louis / Fred) – a former lover of Joséphine. He knows her too well, but no-one really knows their past history.
– Horace (Pascal / Fred) – a fascinating character who falls in love with Joséphine (is this out of compassion or real love?).
Edith Piaf: 100 Ans d’Amour consists of two acts lasting 55 minutes each plus an interval
Bal Dans Ma Rue
Les Amants d’un Jour
In the Mood
Rien de Rien
Ça Gueule ça Madame
Mon Amant de Saint-Jean
L’Homme à La Moto
En Sortant de l’École
Mon Manège à Moi
C’est un Gars
Si, Si, Si, La Vie est Belle
Du Soleil Plein la Tête
Non, Je ne Regrette Rien
T’u te Laisses Aller
Si, Si, Si, Si
À Quoi ça Sert l’Amour?
For Me Formidable
L’Hymne à l’Amour
La Vie en Rose
Meet The Cast
Juliette Sarre was born in Boulogne and came to Paris to train as a professional dancer at the Conservatoire Marius Petipa. She subsequently trained in song with Pierre-Yves Duchesne at Conservatoire d’Asnières as well as studying theatre at the Atelier d’Acteurs with Axelle Abbadie.
Singer, dancer and actress, the multi-talented Juliette appeared in the musicals such as Grease, My Fair Lady and Chance! as well as numerous variety shows, concerts, operettas and musicals.
Lys Nordet was born in Gironde, South West France, training as a classical and contemporary dancer at the Conservatoire National de Région in Bordeaux.
Lys has taught classical dance and corporal expression in Bordeaux and Paris, where she gained a diploma in physical training. She began learning lyrical singing with Jacques Mars. She soon entered the Conservatoire of the 10th Arrondissement, obtaining her first singing prize and her first medal for musical theatre and lyrical art.
Her voice allows her to approach a wide variety of writers and styles, regularly invited to festivals such as the Brittany, Indre & Loire and Printemps du Pecq. Lys has performed in Germany for The Leipzig Opera and in the United States at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
Jean-Louis Dupont was born in Normandy, where he discovered his vocation, imparting his emotions on the stage. Performing in various musicals, he honed his craft performing Johnny Rockfort in Around Starmania, Marius in Les Misérables and Lancelot du Lac in The Secrets of the Grail.
His versatility has taken him around the world performing not only in musicals but also in opera, most notably Belle de Cadix and Belle Hélène. He met his vocal mentor, Eric Tavelli (a former student of Luciano Pavarotti and Franco Corelli) in Paris, with whom Jean-Louis developed his voice and subtlety of technique.
Pascal Capiomont lives in Vesoul in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region in Eastern France. He is a master’s graduate in Musicology and practices his passion for singing on stage, gaining a loyal following as he tours his native France.
Pascal’s versatile repertoire has led him to feature in shows such as the Marian Operette, where he performed the songs of Luis Mariano, to singing jazz standards in Montreux, as well as being an accomplished vocal coach.
Frédéric Deguilhem has been singing for several years now. His incredible voice has taken him to some of the most prestigious places, such as the Olympia, the Convention Center, the Opera Garnier and the Stade de France. But he also performs in more intimate locations such as small restaurants, cafés and venues the world over.
For Frédéric, singing is a natural gift, and his greatest pleasure is to share it with as many people as possible. His job is to entertain; to let his audience forget their everyday hassles for a while.
Production – FRENCH CABARET