French Superstar Patricia Kaas Sings Edith Piaf
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Once began as a music-fueled indie film that won the nation's heart in 2006, taking home the Best Original Song Oscar for its haunting love ballad "Falling Slowly." Now, Once has taken the Broadway stage by storm, earning eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The romantic tale follows a downtrodden Dublin street musician and a delightfully quirky Czech woman who meet in the least likely of places -- a vacuum cleaner repair shop. Their complicated lives make the path to love a rocky one, and they channel their feelings into the music they produce together -- him on guitar, her on piano, two voices harmonizing and setting them free, for a time, from the harsh realities of their lives. Learn More
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As usual, picking up tickets @ Will Call was a breeze. We had very good seats in the balcony section. Pantages staff was, as always, very friendly. Now, for the the show itself. Hmmm... I'll give Patricia Kaas points for not trying to be Piaf. I'll give her points for trying something different. But overall, it didn't work for me. Some of the choices she made when it came to musical arrangements, choice of tempo, orchestration were... odd. The dancer was a distraction more than an enhancement. Miss Kaas trying to match the dancer's performance was a tad painful to watch as her abilities seemed limited. The video w/ Alain Delon on "Milord" was head-scratching strange (as was the horse imagery on "Je Ne Regrette Rien"). The "theatrical" bit was unnecessary. Miss Kass was very good during transitions between songs. Speaking (mostly in English) to the audience, leading them in a sing-along a couple of times. All in all, I was disappointed because, this being a Tribute to the greatest French singer of all times (yeah, I'll argue that point with anyone), I was expecting renditions closer to the originals (with the understanding that Kaas' voice being so different from Piaf's it wouldn't be an impersonation). The "re-imaginations" of the songs were too far from the originals for me to really enjoy the show. But again, Kudos to Patricia Kaas for trying something original (and when she sang Lili Marlene, one of her own songs, she was great.)
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The show was O.K. - I loved her performance in the film 'And Now Ladies and Gentlemen' and bought her album Piano Bar which has the movie theme on it. However, I found her performance very theatrical and,. unfortunately, because I don't speak...continued