Already closed | 2h 0m | Brooklyn


From 21 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Great staging, Ambitious, Raunchy, Enchanting

About the show

The Greek myth 'The Judgement of Paris' gets a haute-baroque-burlesque makeover in the hands of Austin McCormick's Company XIV. More…

Sip champagne as you're transported to a French dance hall where three goddesses seduce you. Welcome to the world of Company XIV's 'Paris!,' a world premiere spectacle featuring the company's signature fusion of dance, opera, circus, theater, classical storytelling, high fashion, and startling design. The can-can girls, circus boys, and singing divas anxiously await your arrival. As with all Company XIV shows, 'Paris!' contains partial nudity. Adults only.

2h 0m | Already closed | Irondale Center (Brooklyn)

October 27th, 2016
"The genius director/choreographer Austin Mccormick's Company XIV remains one of the most exciting performing arts companies New York has to offer...In between specialty acts, McCormick's ensemble, who always flash exuberant personalities, perform the company's signature can-cans, model an imagin...
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October 24th, 2016
"If there is one thing director/choreographer Austin McCormick (Company XIV) can be accused of it's that he consistently puts on a titillating, atmospheric and imaginative show...The show gets off to a slow start with an abbreviated take on the classic can-can dance...The show picks up steam late...
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October 27th, 2016
"Company XIV has applied its inimitable Baroque-Burlesque style to the Greek myth of the Judgement of Paris for the second time and come up with an adults-only entertainment that is like nothing else you will see this year. Conceived, directed and choreographed from the fevered imaginatio...
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October 23rd, 2016
"It’s meant to be enjoyed with liberal drinks and food, and the focus here is on the dancing, circus, and the costumes (by a gifted Zane Pihlstrom); the story is irrelevant...The Irondale Center's problem is its size. I wanted a cozier sense of seduction to wrap me in at 'Paris!' And, in the balc...
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