A jazz age dancer and singer will soon be in the company of famous French philosophers and novelists.
One of the most famous sites in Paris is a Roman style temple called the Pantheon. When construction on it began in the mid-1700s it was intended to be a church. But, by the time it was finished, the French Revolution was going, so it was repurposed as a final resting place for French luminaries from the worlds of politics, science, and the arts.
The philosophers Voltaire and Rousseau are there; novelists like Victor Hugo and Emile Zola; key politicians like Leon Gambetta and Jean Jaures; scientists like Marie Curie. On November 30 they