After 35 years of performing in front of thousands of people, Winston Hills resident Milko Foucault-Larche still has a passion for the entertainment industry.
Foucault-Larche made his stage debut in 1978 working with a French theatre company touring Mauritius.
During his first theatrical season, he played a small role in the world premiere of Mauritian Operetta Surcouf alongside French tenor Jose Todaro in the title role.
In 2013, the producer and director continues to make audiences laugh and cry in his latest production Sincerely Yours, which will open at Castle Hill RSL tomorrow as part of Seniors Week.
The new variety show includes Hills residents Rikelle Turner and compere Bobby Bradford, and pays tribute to many famous entertainers, including Mario Lanza, Judy Garland, Doris Day, Edith Piaf and Al Jolson.
"We simply do not copy the music but have come up with new ways to sing the songs and make it more interesting for our audiences," Foucault-Larche said.
"It's a light-hearted show which will take our audiences down memory lane.
"We also have comedy and Bobby makes people laugh with his stand-up comedy."
Later this year, Foucault-Larche will embark on his 10-year anniversary tour of his Charles Aznavour tribute show Aznavour . . . From Today.