A fantasia on Paris’ so-called “Belle Époque” of the late 19th century, Baz Luhrmann’s fanciful 2001 film Moulin Rouge! combined re-tooled 20th century pop hits with opulent sets and costumes. It’s no wonder, then, that it has finally made it to the stage as Moulin Rouge! The Musical, a world premiere that debuts at the newly refurbished, historic Emerson Colonial Theatre beginning July 10. Starring Broadway veterans Karen Olivo (pictured) and Aaron Tveit in the respective lead roles of a nightclub enchantress and the lovelorn writer who falls for her, this tuneful extravaganza hopes to soon be impressing audiences on the Great White Way.