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Review: Robert Lepage and Michel Tremblay explore their memory palaces

There’s a nice irony at the heart of Robert Lepage’s compelling — and surprisingly funny — new piece, 887. It has this most accomplished and technologically evolved of theatre artists fretting over the most basic requirement of putting on a show: remembering your lines. 751 more words


Childhood memories loom large in Robert Lepage's 887

After more than 30 years in the business and with a staggering number of productions behind him (including such multi-hour epics as The Dragons’ Trilogy, The Seven Streams of the River Ota and Wagner’s Ring cycle), Robert Lepage is unquestionably a giant of the theatre. 1,075 more words


Theatre review: Robert Lepage makes much of memory


Ex Machina production with Théâtre Français du CNA and others

In the NAC Theatre

Reviewed Friday

Are we, both individually and collectively, merely the sum total of our memories? 731 more words

Local Arts

Total recall: Robert Lepage explores memory in a new one-man show

The building at 887 avenue Murray in Quebec City is not quite as it was when Robert Lepage lived there. There have been repairs and adaptations over the years. 922 more words

Local Arts

Theatre review: Style and spectacle in Robert Lepage’s Quills and François Girard’s Godot

Is the universe cruel or merely indifferent? Both options are available in two francophone productions currently in town.

First, there’s Robert Lepage, all tarted up in periwig, rouge, corset, silk kimono and modern suit – and for much of the time, nothing at all – as the Marquis de Sade. 646 more words


Seven Days, Seven Nights: Andra Day, Metric and Robert Lepage among best bets for March 14 - 20

Monday, March 14

The 34th edition of the Festival International du Film sur l’Art continues this week at various venues. Highlights include the world premières of the documentaries… 842 more words


The Library at Night by Robert Lepage

Today, I saw a fascinating exhibition  “The Library at Night” at the BanQ, directed by Robert Lepage. It is a 360° virtual exploration of 10 of the world’s most fascinating libraries. 118 more words