Dozens of foreign tourists and night owls left without the spectacle of the most famous Parisian cabaret, the Crazy Horse. The dancers today were on a strike. The move was decided by almost a unanimous vote on Monday and demand a wage increase to improve their current pay, said one of the dancers.
The group said its move against the cabaret, which is based on their salary, does not take into account that they work 24 days a month, six days a week. The dancers take on the stage twice a night, not counting the times they repeat their numbers from the requests of the customers. This was said by one of the dancers in one of the editions of Le Figaro.
They are expected to hold a meeting between union representatives and the cabaret company, which in turn, has declined to comment.