Built in 1889 by Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel, with the same metallic skeleton as the famous tower, Le Paradis Latin represents the architect's only venture into theater design. The place is credited with introducing vaudeville and musical theater to Paris. In 1903 the building was a warehouse, but in the 1970s it was returned to being a theater. This cabaret may be a bit less glitzy than the others, but it makes more of an attempt to harken back to the cabarets of yesteryear, which featured live and sometimes talented performers. You’ll see a variety of acts here, as well as the obligatory topless beauties in feathered costumes and a rollicking cancan. There is a fair amount of interaction with the audience, and a good portion of the show is translated in English.