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Bagdad café

Film star of the end of the Eighties, “Baghdad Café” offers a new carreer in the shape of a musical created by the authors of film and presented Tuesday evening at the Mogador theater in Paris where it is with the poster until November 5, before leaving in round to France until mid-December. Presented in original version subtitled and carried by the music of Bob Telson, author of the tube “Calling You”, which largely contributed in its time to the world success of film of Percy Adlon, the spectacle with the characteristic to be accompanied by a true orchestra - directed by Bob Telson in person. The type-setter for the occasion wrote twelve new songs.  Light of this “Baghdad Coffee”, the presence of the star of Broadway and the gospel Jevetta Steele it voice of “Calling You”, rewarded by Grammy Award. It incarnates Brenda. In a decoration whose sobriety plank sometimes symbolism, the characters evolve/move around the relation attraction-repulsion rich in emotions which two principal heroins live, punctuated by the engraved dialogues of the booklet of Percy and Eleonore Aldon and accompanied by choreographies, very urban but effective of Blanca Li. Undoubtedly only flat in the table, the French adaptation of the subtitles which often lets pass from the truculent Americanisms and makes the dead end on the majority of the words of the songs what did not prevent the spectacle from being applaused upright.

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