Pompa, glamour, brilho – o Friedrichstadt-Palast, em Berlim, apresenta ao público de cerca de 2.000 shows e entretenimento do mais alto nível. Com mais de 100 artistas, SHOW ME é a maior produção de espetáculo permanente do mundo. Nem Las Vegas consegue chegar a tanto. E o show é um prazer absoluto também para os espectadores internacionais, mesmo os que não falam alemão.
Com SHOW ME, o Friedrichstadt-Palast, em Berlim, destaca-se mais uma vez no circuito dos shows de entretenimento. Nenhum outro show no mundo apresenta tantos artistas no palco e consegue cativar os espectadores com tanto requinte. SHOW:ME segue o lema "glamour is back", ou "a volta do glamour". Nada menos do que Christian Lacroix, o grande designer da alta-costura parisiense, criou os figurinos para a abertura e o encerramento do show. Mais de 500 figurinos, entre eles modelos exclusivos criados para o show, bordados com dezenas de milhares de contas brilhantes e botões de rosas, criam uma experiência sensorial única. Uma gigantesca cachoeira de 15 metros de altura é uma visão impressionante, sem falar no ruído causada pela água. Feixes de laser fazem milhões de cristais brilhar. O cenário de areia e as colunas altas de vários metros de bolhas de sabão criam momentos no palco de tirar o fôlego.
Uma lista interminável de superlativos - o Friedrichstadt-Palast, no coração de Berlim, sabe como impressionar as 2.000 pessoas no público todas as noites. Com mais de 100 artistas, SHOW ME é a maior produção de espetáculo permanente do mundo. A área de cerca de 2.800 metros quadrados forma o maior palco do mundo e a linha de 32 belas dançarinas de pernas longas é também, é claro, a mais longa do mundo. Mas não são apenas os números que impressionam. O show prova de forma incontestável que os tempos da opulência, da volúpia e do prazer da beleza definitivamente voltaram. Há muito tempo não se via tanto esplendor. A volta do glamour.
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