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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

Theatrical highlights pair up for 2016

This year sees lots of doublings on Montreal stages. For instance, there are two francophone David Mamets, two Dostoyevskys and two visits from Robert Lepage. So, taking our cue from that phenomenon as a way of cramming in as much material as possible, let’s look at 10 pairs of goodies to anticipate in 2016. 1,036 more words


Crise d'identité: Télé-Québec doc examines Quebec's evolving identity

Quebec is in an identity crisis and that’s a good thing.

For decades, it was easy to define les Québécois – here was a minority francophone community fighting for its survival in anglo-dominated North America. 858 more words


"887", l'homo faber del digitale

E’ ancora possibile sedersi una sera in un palchetto di platea di un grande teatro come l’Argentina di Roma, ed essere dolcemente trasportati dentro il racconto di una storia personale, dentro la casa di una famiglia, dentro la storia di un paese. 358 more words


887, Edinburgh International Conference Centred

887 is written, designed, directed and performed by Robert Lepage. Lepage is often described as a visionary director and playwright; It would seem he is one of theatre’s best people. 492 more words


887 - Robert Lepage

Okay,, so,, this play was part of the actual,, national Edinburgh Theatre Festival. I’m going to keep this short as it was so amazing I generally don’t feel worthy of writing a review of it. 296 more words


Edinburgh Theater Review: Robert Lepage's '887'

Fans of Robert Lepage have come to expect certain things from the French-Canadian theater maker: seductive storytelling, wry character observation and a stagecraft that lies somewhere between technical innovation and magic. 603 more words