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An American in Paris

Paris, France
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American Concierge in Paris offers services for Americans visiting Paris by Americans living in Paris including airport pickup, cell phone with GPS/internet, 24/7 on demand translation and so much more...
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italiancan wrote a review Jul 2016
new york241 contributions95 helpful votes
What a wonderful show. The ballet is just fabulous from both the female and male cast members. I thought my husband wouldn't like it because of the ballet but he enjoyed it. The sets were so different especially the drawings. The lead female was one of the most graceful ballerinas I have ever seen
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Bonnie G wrote a review Apr 2016
Denver, Colorado158 contributions50 helpful votes
A classic! There were 4 of us of varying ages (27, 35, 59, 68) and we all loved this play. Most of the dancing is ballet /modern but there is a nice plot and singing. It's set in Paris right after WWII and is a love story. The costuming is spot on - the choreography magnificent! It's fun and entertaining.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Allen S wrote a review May 2015
Chicago, Illinois57 contributions45 helpful votes
Well deserved Tony nominations. A combination of ballet, singing and acting that was over the top. Every one will love this broadway offering. Go asap.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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USCGCaptainBob wrote a review May 2015
Ventura, California41 contributions14 helpful votes
Had my passport stolen at the Eiffel Tower (was stupid to have it with me and not in the room safe). Next am I went to the Consulate (8:00am ). When you get through security, the young lady who is your first contact (French/Canadian) is wonderful and a real help at filling out the forms. Walked out of the Consulate in three hours with a replacement (good for one year and paid $135). Only problem is that the photo machine was broke and had to find a photo shop nearby, but walked past it a few times until I realized it was only a door on the street. Anyhow the "C" number they give you is sequential, but they don't call you up that way. If they pass your number, just go up to the window and remind the officer that you were next. You'll ber instructed to wait by the window and you will be next. OH YES it is helpful to have your passport number (make a photocopy) in the event you lose it.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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Tim O wrote a review May 2015
Nashville, Tennessee695 contributions312 helpful votes
One of the greatest, traditional musicals I have ever enjoyed. Beautiful dancing in several styles, but a lot of very energetic ballet! The leads are dancers first, I am told, but they each are what we call a triple threat because they have added singing and acting to their careers and do so quite brilliantly. This one will be around for awhile, so you have time. But do plan on seeing it. You will be delighted.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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