The countdown has begun for Liz Dion: only thirty shows before turning the page Chu came there, her last career as a one-woman show. The comedian has no regrets about his decision to end his touring career. But she admits, “It’s starting to get tough”.
Emotions are running high wherever Liz Dion is currently touring. The comedian, who has hit the road in the Maritimes, says he’s well aware that the environment at his shows is colorful, having announced last year that he’s leaving the tour circuit.
The ovations were long. And the stage is even harder to leave at the end of the evening. Especially since he ends each show with a song tour where he uses it again let me go, Nicole Martin’s immortal success. A very provocative topic, given the circumstances.
“It’s heartbreaking. People know it’s my last show in their area, the emotion is intense and they’re on edge. This is especially true in the region. Obviously, the public in Montreal is warm, but when I come to places I don’t go often, the amount of love is even more incredible. .I’m definitely going to miss it,” breathes the comedian.
Many of them try to bribe her to change her mind. But she has no intention of giving up. And she is quiet; His decision to end his touring career is carefully considered and, let’s face it, very realistic. Few days left to celebrate his 68th birthdaye On the anniversary, the comedian finds it difficult to start another “4 or 5 year cycle” with a new girl show.
“If it works well, I’ll have to present it on stage until I’m 72.” I would be so afraid of having to cancel shows for health reasons; I certainly don’t want that to happen. The Body Still in good shape, I can do a lot more things. But doing three shows a week is hard work. So I am afraid it will be problematic to continue,” he says.
“I know it’s difficult to leave the stage, this close to the audience. But when I think about the future, I realize that I’m making the right decision. I don’t want to stop because the disease forces me to. I’ve had a fulfilling life, I’m proud of what I’ve done, and I have no bitterness. ,” he continues.
He also completes his final tour after achieving the rare feat of selling more than a million tickets in his career.
Liz Dion fans can rest assured: their idol has no plans to retire completely. In the interview magazine, the comedian is discussing a number of projects, which he, at this time, has to keep quiet about the details. But it wouldn’t be surprising to see it appear on our televisions in the not-too-distant future, and a sequel is currently in the works.
“After the tour, I want to rest for three months, to be in the future. Still writing, playing… I will definitely not retire completely, but I will make small appearances on TV and at festivals. I already know that this will motivate me,” he explains. .
- tourism Chu came there In Brossard, December 22 ends at L’étoile du Quartier Dix30.
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