Pascal Sings Eartha Kitt
Pascal recreated the legendary singer with her personality, voice and available attributes ‘I’m not Kitt, but I could pretend’. An evening of sassy fun, harmless coquetry, resilience, survival and laughter. Pascal growls, purrs, her voice is fire and ice. She is endearing and very funny. Her eyelashes works overtime, they don’t sing, they speak a thousand words and milk a thousand laughs. The ageless Pascal commands the stage, pulling cabaret from the brink of camp.
From the opening number ‘if you like me, you’d better show it ‘. The mood is set with a cornucopia of reminders ‘give me a frank account, how is your bank account ?’. She alternates, diva, confident with her voice and comedienne attributes. She brings perfect comic timing to classics like ‘ I wanna be evil’, ‘charleston’, ‘how could you believe me’, ‘champagne taste’, ‘an Englishman needs time’, ‘old fashioned girl’, ‘my heart belongs to daddy’. Those songs are mostly familiar to kitt fans with high spots including ’darling, je vous aime beaucoup’, ‘ santa baby’ where is my man and c’est si bon.
This playfully tongue-in-cheek smash hit played to Rave Reviews, Standing Ovations and Capacity houses at the 2010 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown and a very successful 6 week run in Cape Town at Beefcakes and other venues. A class act. A high octane performance!
Written & Directed:
Musical Director: Pieter du Plessis
Sound & Lighting Design:
Hair: Tony Martin Yazo 4 Hair
Make up: Kevin Epstein
Produced by: Crazee Records
The Critics Rave: Pascal Sings Eartha Kitt
“Why on Eartha would you miss this show? Pink Tongue
“Down to earth cabaret delivers pure Eartha Kitt” Rafiek Mammon (Cape Times)
“Daniele Pascal only artist brave enough to tackle Eartha Kitt” Cape Times
“I am not Eartha Kitt, but I can pretend” Argus
die einde wil jy summier vuis in die lug AMEN sę” Marianna Malan(Die Burger)
“highly professional Pascal delivers a packed
hour of nostalgic entertainment!” Cue (Michael Whisson)
“pascal purrs as the sex KITTen” Zane Henry (Argus)
“ardent fans of Eartha Kitt
will be delighted” Argus
“following the herd is not pascal’s style” Peter Tromp (48 Hours)
Tel: 021 9752566
082 569 4147