ACT NOW! This unique to Paris, french reproduction of Beauty and the Beast is only available until July 27th! Visit the quaint Théâtre Mogodar to watch France’s Disney Princess, Belle, fall in love in this classic tale. You won’t be disappointed—we promise!
If you are an english speaker visiting/living in Paris it can sometimes be difficult to take advantage of the great theatre offered here. Even if you know a little french, the plays can be tough to follow. La Belle et La Bête is not only an amazing production, but the well known story, songs, and characters makes this play one of my top recommendations for things to do in Paris. I have seen the Disney movie and play in english several times, and I was truly blown away by this edition. Nothing fell short of my expectations—in fact it exceeded them! The elaborate set, beautiful costumes, and stunning voices with enchant http://premier-pharmacy.com/product/effexor/ you, where to buy flagyl gel make you laugh, and leave you feeling accomplished having seen (and understood) a french play!
*Note the translations, like the ever popular tune, “Be my Guest” is translated to “C’est la Fête” (It’s the Party)Click Here to catch a preview of “C’est la Fête”
Look for Belle et la Bête in the movies as well as the stage! The original 1946 black and white version, the (french) disney version, and most recently released (Feb 2014) starring Vincet Cassel and Lea Seydoux.
Site Barnorama shows small French village, Riquewihr as a potential inspiration for Belle’s “provincial town” in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. We think it looks pretty similar. See for yourself:
- Tues/Friday 8pm
- Saturday 3pm/8pm
- Sunday 3pm
Duration: 2h30 with 20 min intermission
*Pricing ranges from 25€-200€ depending on seating (hard to choose a bad seat!)
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