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Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1876/04/00 Jules Verne Playwright The stage version of Jules Verne's "Around the World in Eighty Days", adapted by Verne and Adolphe d'Ennery, opens at the Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Around the World in Eighty Days (book)
1909/05/19 Sergei Diaghilev Impresario Diaghilev presents the first Paris "Saison Russe" ballet repertory. Most of this company are resident performers at the Imperial Ballet of Saint Petersburg, hired by Diaghilev to perform in Paris during the Imperial Ballet's summer holidays.
1909/05/19 Ballets Russes Company Diaghilev presents the first Paris "Saison Russe" ballet repertory. Most of this company are resident performers at the Imperial Ballet of Saint Petersburg, hired by Diaghilev to perform in Paris during the Imperial Ballet's summer holidays.
1917/05/18 Olga Khokhlova Dancer "Parade" premieres at the Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Parade
1917/05/18 Eric Satie Composer "Parade" premieres at the Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Parade
1917/05/18 Sergei Diaghilev Producer "Parade" premieres at the Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Parade
1917/05/18 Pablo Picasso Art Director "Parade" premieres at the Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Parade
1917/05/18 Jean Cocteau Scenario "Parade" premieres at the Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Parade
1940/05/00 After 2,195 performances (not continuously), Jules Verne's stage version of Around the World in Eighty Days is closed permanently by the Nazi occupation of Paris. Around the World in Eighty Days (book)

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Particulars for Theatre du Chatelet:
Sight Category Building
Area of Significance Entertainment - Recreation
Life Foreign Occupation
Era Nazi Occupation
Building Design Opera House
Area of Significance Performing Arts
Historic use Playhouse
Area of Significance Social History
Area of Significance Theatre




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