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Argentinian actor Sebastián Galeota performs alongside Marisa Berenson in “Berlin Kabarett”, the Teatre Poche de Montparnasse. Then he will perform in Spoleto. The actor is remembered for his successful shows in which he played Eva Perón in Paris.
The characters of “Berlin Kabarett” are Kirsten, director of the cabaret, the three artists who work and live there, and their unwanted son, Viktor, homosexual and transvestite, played by Galeota, the result of a night with an Argentinian passing through Berlin.
This is the story of a Berlin on the edge of the abyss. There are also Fritz, the pianist, composer, Jew and Communist. Karl, author, Jewish and communist representing the intellectual. With him he had a violent love story in the middle of Weimar Republic.
The piece and the set also brings together Olivier Breitman, Stephane Corbet and Simon Legendire. By theatrist Stephan Druet, he allowed Galeota to receive the revelation award of the SACD (Society of Artists Composers and Playwrights).
“Berlin Kabarett” will be present at the end of June at the International Spoleto Festival. The work was welcomed by French critics and is applauded daily in the small hall of Montparnasse.
Marisa Berenson was first international model and later actress. She is remembered for her appearances in films such as “Death in Venice” by Luchino Visconti; “Cabaret” by Bob Fosse and Stanley Kubrick's “Barry Lyndon”.
Galeota was born in Buenos Aires in 1977. He started studying from a very young age and became an acrobat and dancer. He made his circus debut and performed in children's shows, before standing out in several Argentine musicals.
In 2000 he joined the international music company directed by Chet Walker in New York. After settling in France, he joined the crew of “La Légende du roi Lion”, at Disneyland Paris. That was followed by various shows.
The most recognized were “Piaf je t'aime”, “La Petite Sirène”, “Les Contes d'Hoffmann”, “Unstoppable Visits”, “Love Love to Buenos Aires”, “Avarice au pays de l'oseille”, “Les Divas of Darkness, “The King and I” and “Renata and Evita”, among others.
Publication Date: 22/06/2019
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