Charlatan: Multiple Tony Nominee Stars in Story of Ballet Pioneer Diaghilev
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The poor actor had to stop his show because an answering machine from the box office went on and on and on.... in the middle of his act. I felt sorry for him.
I also didn't like the story.
His accent was hard to understand. His Tux and wig were really a joke. I left during intermission.
The Sidewalk Studio Theatre proudly presents a special production of Charlatan.
Charlatan is a memoir of Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes. Written and Performed by multiple Tony nominee Tony Tanner.
A towering figure in the world of art, Diaghilev was an Impresario who worked with creative giants... Fokine, Picasso, Cocteau, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Chanel and loved some of them.
Spoken in first person by the man himself, this memoir details that extraordinary moment when the Ballets Russes came to Paris for the first time in 1909 and started a revolution in the arts. Also examined, with pitiless honesty, his intense but ultimately tragic love for the dance genius Nijinsky.