A Musical Comedy ??!
How can a musical be produced
around the most famous woman in the world, whose
terrible destiny does not seem, a priori, to be able to
arouse the slightest fantasy, and whose story is closer
to the Greek tragedy than to the comedy?
How can we tell this incredible odyssey, where death
fights against life, where a woman is tossed around by
the faults of time and finds herself confronted with
terrifying earthquakes against which she must protect
her soul at all costs?
Only musical comedy, music and dance allow this
volte-face which recounts, in song, the path traced by
the gods of the one who chose to ignore it to forge her
Comedy, comedy, comedy,
... Life is nothing else than a comedy !
A period of
musical splendour and incredible richness, the sixties
proved ideal for setting the long odyssey of the "lady
in pink" in the form of a musical comedy where the wild,
bewitching and all mythical rhythms of the time meet:
blues, rock'n' roll, country, and melodies of the
crooners... forever imprinted in our minds.
To transform Jacqueline - Jackie -
Kennedy's life into a musical comedy is to invite all
those who, at her side, have given their voice and
talent to shout that life is, and always will be, this
insatiable quest for love, with its dangers, its pains,
and its dramas.
They will all be there: Frank
Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Nina Simone, Marilyn Monroe, la
Callas, Simon & Garfunkel, Abba, Elton John,
All with her,
Jacqueline Kennedy, to help her, with their
songs to get through her life.
Jacqueline Kennedy, the Lady in Pink,
it is the story, in songs, of a woman who had
chosen not to submit to her destiny,
and decided to pursue
happiness throughout her life.
photo with Producer Monsieur Pierre
his nephew Rodrigo Basilicati, Gérard Chambre &
after the premiere of Gérard
Chambre's new musical comedy with
Producer Pierre Cardin, his
nephew ˈRodrigo Basilicatiˈ,
Chambre et sa superbe troupe,
Véronique Fourcaud, Anaïs Gilbert,
Romane Coumes, Fabrice Coccitto,
Matthieu Gambier, Marion Villaneau
et Eric Bretonˈ.
photo ©Bernard Ghilodes / Agence
Gérard Chambre is happy to
take you on board with his group.
the part of:
on the Piano:
Musical direction :