Bal du Moulin Rouge, Paris - c. 1960s - Moulin Rouge, Paris ‘Le Moulin Rouge présente sa Super Revue...’

A fabulous vintage program, in French, from eponymous Paris cabaret, The Moulin Rouge, noting performances from French crooner Guy Severyns, world famous juggler Rudy Horn, and ‘Les Doriss Dancers’, the dance troupe founded by German choreographer Doris Haug in 1957.

Wonderfully illustrated with numerous pages of black and white photographs of the various performers and of the dancers in their elaborate and often provocative costumes.

Founded during
la belle époque in fashionable Montmarte,The Moulin Rouge was the birthplace of the modern can-can and a popular entertainment destination for artists of fin de siécle Paris.
  Founded during la belle époque in fashionable Montmarte,The Moulin Rouge was the birthplace of the modern can-can and a popular entertainment destination for artists of fin de siécle Paris.

Reference: Juggling Hall of Fame, web.
France Musique 2013, web. Moulin Rouge, web.
Quarto. pp. [20 unpaginated]. Original stapled orange-red wrappers, decorative yellow-gold cord with tassel, illustration of a
la belle époque-style dancer to upper cover and decorative red and gold windmill stickers to fore edge of covers.
  Condition: Very good plus, light wear at spine ends, occasional creasing and rubbing to extremities.   Ref: 107951   Price: HK$ 1,500