The Cafe Chanson is a bar on the Rue Lepic in WWII Paris. The denizens of Montmartre find each other there most nights. In story and song, the show follows the romances of a young American soldier with the neighborhood demimondaines, vibrant, beautiful and provocative. One sets herself apart. All these years later, she is still the one he can't forget. He gets to go back to the Cafe to live it again for one last night. And he takes us along with him. Created and directed by St. Louis's own Ken Page, a star of the original Broadway production of Cats and a member of the original cast and Broadway revival of Ain't Misbehavin', Cafe Chanson is an entirely new production of Upstream Theater, Artistic Director Philip Boehm. It includes period songs from some of France's most renowned singers and songwriters. The show features Elizabeth Birkenmeier, John Bratkowski, Justin Ivan Brown, J. Samuel Davis, Antonio Rodriguez, Gia Grazia Valenti and Willena Vaughn. Music Direction by Henry Palkes.
Ticket pricing & Information:
Seniors 65 and over: $25,
Full-time students with valid ID: $20
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Brown Paper Tickets
501 N. Grand Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103
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