Adapted from Victor Hugo's immortal love story The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, Notre Dame De Paris musical is finally coming back to Istanbul 3 years after a 21 performance sold out run in Zorlu Performing Arts Center between March 9th and 25th!
Notre Dame de Paris is the classic love story of Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame revamped into a modern stage production by Luc Plamondon and Richard Cocciante. Audiences all over the world have fallen in love with the show.
The love story starts in 1998 in Paris at the Palais des Congres and still continues today. When Luc Plamondon and Richard Cocciante started their collaboration on the idea of a Notre Dame de Paris musical spectacular, they could not have imagined that 19 years later more than 12 million people in the world would have seen their production.
Notably, the show has been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest sales of tickets ever in the first year of operation and songs such as "Vivre", "Belle" and "Le Temps Des Cathédrales" were at top of the music charts for a long time. With a combined DVD and CD sales totaling more than 10 million copies, ticket sales in excess of 12 million, over 4500 performances in 20 countries in 8 languages, and numerous awards; there are simply not enough superlatives to describe the success of Notre Dame de Paris.
For the first time you will be able to experience the much acclaim French Original version of Notre Dame de Paris that is selling out worldwide. Do not miss this opportunity, Tickets will be on sale at zorlupsm.com and biletix.com and Zorlu PSM box offices, as of November 13th!
LYRICS: LUC PLAMONDON
MUSIC: RICHARD COCCIANTE
DIRECTOR: GILLES MAHEU
COREOGRAPHY: MARTINO MÜLLER
DECOR DESIGN: CHRISTAN RÄTZ
LIGHT DESIGN: ALAIN LORTIE
COSTUME DESIGN: CAROLINE VAN ASSCHE
DIRECTOR ASSISTANT: ROBERT MARIEN
HAIR DESIGN: SÉBASTIEN QUINET
ARRANGEMENTS & MUSICAL DIRECTION: RICHARD COCCIANTE, JANNICK TOP, SERGE PERATHONER
Esmeralda: Hiba Tawaji
Quasimodo: Angelo Del Vecchio
Gringoire: Richard Charest
Frollo: Robert Marien
Fleur de Lys: Idesse
Phoebus: Martin Giroux