Varieté is a type of theatrical entertainment that originated in France in the late 19th century.

It is a combination of various types of performances such as comedy, singing, dancing, acrobatics, and magic tricks, presented in a single show. The term “Varieté” is derived from the French word “variété,” which means variety.

In a varieté show, performers showcase their skills in front of a live audience, often accompanied by live music. The acts are usually fast-paced and frequently change to keep the audience engaged. The performers in a varieté show can be individuals or groups, and they often wear elaborate costumes and use props to enhance their performances.

Varieté was popular in Europe during the early 20th century and was often performed in cabarets or nightclubs. It later spread to other parts of the world, including the United States, where it became known as vaudeville. Today, varieté-style entertainment is still enjoyed in many countries and is often featured in circuses, festivals, and other live events.

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