Crazy Horse Paris artistic team 2017-04-13T06:31:41+00:00

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RAZY’S ARTISTIC TEAM

THE CREATIVE TEAM

Forever Crazy is the result of a collaboration of several highly acclaimed conceptors under the vision and guidance of Andrée Deissenberg. The artistic direction of the show was confided to the Québécois Dick Walsh. His mandate was to select acts from the legendary Crazy Horse Paris repertoire and to put them into such an order as to create a true “Crazy” ensemble, filled with glamour and sparkle, an intelligent and sophisticated combination of creative expression and reflection.

Certain acts, such as “Peek-a-Boo” and “Lecon d’Erotisme”, belong to the classical repertoire and were created by Alain Bernardin, while other acts are recent creations, such as “Scanner” and “Upside Down”, signed by French star choreographer Philippe Decouflé or “Purple Underground”, created by Crazy Horse choreographer and dancer Patricia Folly alias Psykko Tico.

The music of Forever Crazy hails from a number of composers, the original “in-house” composer of Le Crazy, Jacques Morali, French music author and creator of disco music and novelty acts like Village People, who also composed for the likes of Pia Zadorra, Regine, Dalida, Eartha Kitt; Mirwais, Afghan Italian, Paris based record producer, songwriter and leader in the French style of progressive electronic dance music, who produced of two of Madonna’s albums; as well as Fred Pallem, a passionate French musician-composer.

COSTUME DESIGN

The Crazy Horse costumes are constantly being developed and brought to life under the direction of Roselyne Diouy. Surrounded by expert hands, the costumes are painstakingly made with love and attention to detail, to create one of a kind creations.

STAGE & PRODUCTION

Svetlana Konstantinova is the Stage and Production Director for Crazy Horse Paris, and is responsible for the Crazy Horse dance troupe when on tour. She has deep knowledge of Crazy Horse Paris and ensures that the girls are always performing at the elite level expected by Crazy Horse.

As Alain Bernardin always said, “the devil is in the detail”.