Féerie (Moulin Rouge)

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Féerie
Promotional poster for the show.
Company Moulin Rouge
Genre Cabaret/Revue
Date of premiere 1999
Location Paris, France
Creative team
Producer Jacki Clerico
Creators Doris Haug
Rugerro Angeletti
Choreographer Bill Goodson
Costume Designer Corrado Colabucci
Set Designer Gaetano Castelli
Lighting Designer Christian Bréan
Composer Pierre Porte
Lyricist Charles Level
Ballet Mistress Janet Pharaoh
Asst Choreographer Erik O. Sorensen
Asst Ballet Mistress Amanda Diddle
Stage Director Thierry Outrilla
Stage Manager Olivier Lepelletier
Official website
This article is about the stage show. For the theatrical genre, see Féerie. For the stage genre of opera ballets, see Opéra féerie.


Féerie is the title of the resident stage show at the Moulin Rouge, a famous cabaret venue in Paris, France. The show premiered on 23 December 1999. It replaced the Moulin Rouge's centenary show Formidable, which ran from 20 February 1988, to 14 November 1999. Out of superstition, after the success of the revue Frou-Frou (1963-1965), every show at the Moulin Rouge has been titled with a name beginning with the letter F, and Féerie continues this tradition.