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James Corden Performed a Crosswalk Musical in Paris and Parisians Were...

With performances lasting only as long as the light is red, the cast of these musicals usually just irritate drivers. In Paris it was a little different.

The BBC Made a “Les Misérables” Miniseries — Without Any Singing

Everyone's favorite French drama-turned-musical becomes a mini-series... with no music.

Broadway’s Obsession With France

Why does the most American art form seem to call back so much to France?

5 Best Jazz Songs About Paris Sure to Make You Swoon

Sometimes all you need to do to go back to Paris is set up your turntable.

‘An American in Paris’ will Screen in US Theatres this September

If you missed seeing the stage performance of this beloved musical, you can see if in movie theatres this September.

“Amélie” Takes the Broadway Stage

Everyone's favorite French movie is now a New York musical.

Théâtre du Châtelet’s Innovative Programing Turns out Bigger Audiences

A fan of American culture whose taste runs from Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique to the Grateful Dead, Jean-Luc Choplin has increasingly offered international fare, exposing audiences to some of the most popular American musicals in English, since he became general director of Paris's Théâtre du Châtelet in 2006.

Proust, the Musical (sort of)

Proust's admirers celebrate the centennial of 'Swan's way'. The Abrons Arts Center chose to do it with Bush Moukarzel's rambunctious musical play.
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