Welcome to the legendary cabaret Crazy Horse Paris.
A first for American audiences - and Las Vegas - MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris celebrates the artistry of the nude. Beautiful women, breathtaking choreography, stunning light displays, and film combine to invent and re-invent the female form as art. All 12 of the international collection of dancers performed with the original Crazy Horse dance troupe. Trained in ballet, all the dancers are.
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The troupe comprising the Crazy Horse Paris show at MGM Grand consists of 12 international dancers all of whom have had formal ballet training. Much like the original cabaret show that began in Paris in 1951, the choreography of the Las Vegas show was created to compliment the female form. What this female revue offers is a simultaneously sybaritic and artful production that leaves mouths.
Crazy Horse Paris and its team wish to pay tribute to the amazing artist Prince who left us yesterday, with a picture of our legendary Crazy Girl Miss Tallulah, in the “Chair Me Up” act, where the Crazy Horse artists danced on Prince’s “Pheromone” song. In 2001 Prince saw Miss Tallulah on the Crazy Horse stage and, struck by her beauty and charisma, invited her to dance on two of his.
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Dancers perform during the MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris show April 16, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images.