Bluff City Theater transforms into a Parisian Cabaret for this performance

Dominique and Fatiguee are two aging songstresses stuck in a dad end job at Chez Laplee.  They long to break free but their boss makes them sing tired covers of Edith Piaf every night.  Then, one night, their chance comes as the boss is picked up by police for questioning.  The result is a wonderful story about their lives, loves and losses told through song and dance.

To make the evening even more authentic, this is a licensed event and beer and wine will be available for sale before the performance.  Doors open early for this show- 6:30 on evenings and 1 p.m. for matinees.  If you really want to get into the experience, come dressed in your finest Paris club attire- circa 1950 or be part of the audience seated on the stage.

Bluff City Theater wants to challenge the way audiences think of theater and C’est La Vie is both a play and an experience.  Come on out, bring a group of friends and make an evening of it.  We’ve assembled an all-star cast of BCT alumni- Director John Contini (Gertrude Stein and a Companion, You Caught Me Dancing) along with Taylor Pietz (Nancy in Oliver!) and Felicia Dinwiddie (Ann Atwater in Best of Enemies) join forces with Music Director Colin Healy to bring you an unforgettable evening of fun and frivolity!

Tickets are $26 each or buy a 4 ticket Flex Pass for just $95.  Groups of 10 or more are just $17.50 each.

Book online or call the box office at 573-719-3226.

C’est La Vie is presented through the generous support of Golden Eagle Distributing.

For Fans of Paris, C’est La Vie is an engaging evening of music and laughter!
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