The audience experiences 24 hours of Parisian life, 100% in English – from breakfast to a crazy night out! With a very French sense of humor, I explore Parisian clichés, the condition of modern women, while leaving plenty of room for interaction with the audience and current events.
Throughout the one-hour show, Collas plays a host of colorful characters, including French President Emmanuel Macron himself – in a rather indiscreet embrace. Her ‘slow-motion’ scene linked to parents and schoolchildren is a hilarious parody of French people in an everyday situation.
For this new episode of Chiffon, I welcome a woman with a somewhat original life course. Jurist and lawyer by training, she left this job to become an actress at the age of 39. Today on stage at the BO Saint-Martin theater, she has chosen the myth of the Parisian woman as her theme. Seemingly light, his spectacle is much deeper than it looks. Julie denounces the tyranny towards women ... tyranny of thinness, youth, beauty.
"Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés"
She began her career as a lawyer and spent many years working in the financial district of La Défense, a place she calls "a gulag for Parisians with too many qualifications". But she gave up her career in 2015 to become an actress and is now the star of her one-woman show entitled "Oh my God, she's a Parisian" in which she takes a comic look at the Parisian way of life and confirms and dissipates a few myths about the most talked-about inhabitants of any city in the world.
The show demolishes the myth of the elegant Parisian, mocks political couples such as President Macron and Brigitte and Donald Trump and Melania, and plunges the audience into the psyche of rude Parisians, waiters and subway users, childcare problems and much more.
Although a newcomer to the comedy scene, Collas, who decided to change her life after the Bataclan terrorist attack in November 2015, attracts audiences from all over the world eager for a hilarious crash course in the "real Paris