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From3/11 on04/11/2017 Salle de la Grande Main

Robert Lepage

Robert Lepage deepened, through the invention of theatrical forms, his relationship between the intimate and the world. Here, his memories of childhood and adolescence echo the history of Quebec in the 1960s, torn between nationalism and federalism. We will sneak through the mazes of his memory where he jostling tasty anecdotes about his neighbors at 887 Murray Avenue, the news of the time and his discovery of the theater. He will expose us to the pangs of the actor who must remember his text, his past and the historical and social reality which he inherits and in which he is inscribed. Incredible storyteller, illusionist and puppeteer at the same time, Robert Lepage is surrounded by a veritable anthill behind the scenes and dazzles us by his crazy ingenious finds. A stroll in memory, where his own touches on ours.

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Bus Hasselt > Liège 3/11 – 19:00

Written, designed, directed and performed by Robert Lepage

Creative Direction and Design Steve Blanchet

Dramaturg Peder Bjurman

Assistant Director Adèle Saint-Amand

Composer and Sound Designer Jean-Sébastien Côté

Lighting Designer Laurent Routhier

Image Designer Félix Fradet-Faguy

Associate Set Designer Sylvain Décarie

Associate Properties Designer Ariane Sauvé

Associate Costumes Designer Jeanne Lapierre

Production Manager Marie-Pierre Gagné

Production Assistant Véronique St-Jacques

Technical Director Paul Bourque

Tour Manager Samuel Sauvageau

Technical Director – Touring Olivier Bourque

Stage Manager Nadia Bélanger

Sound Manager Olivier Marcil

Lighting Manager Renaud Pettigrew

Multimedia Integration & Video Manager Dominique Hawry

Costumes & Properties Manager Isabel Poulin

Head stagehand Chloé Blanchet

Technical Consultants Catherine Guay, Tobie Horswill

Acting Consultant – Creative Process Reda Guerinik

Director’s Agent Lynda Beaulieu

Additionnal poem Speak White, poem © Michèle Lalonde 1968, used with permission of Michèle Lalonde.

An Ex Machina production

Commissioned by the Arts and Culture Program of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

In coproduction with le lieu unique / Nantes, La Comète / Scène nationale de Châlons-en-Champagne, Edinburgh International Festival, Århus Festuge, Théâtre de la Ville-Paris, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Romaeuropa Festival 2015, Bonlieu Scène nationale Annecy, Ysarca Art Promotions – Pilar de Yzaguirre, Célestins – Théâtre de Lyon, Le Théâtre français du Centre national des Arts d’Ottawa, Le Théâtre du Nouveau Monde / Montréal, SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs, on the occasion of Simon Fraser University’s 50th Anniversary / Vancouver, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Théâtre du Trident / Québec, La Coursive / Scène nationale La Rochelle, Canadian Stage / Toronto, Le Volcan-scène nationale du Havre, The Brooklyn Academy of Music / New York, The Bergen International Festival, the Barbican / London, Holland Festival / Amsterdam, Chekhov International Theatre Festival, Théâtre de Liège

Associate Production – Europe and Japan Epidemic (Richard Castelli, assisted by Chara Skiadelli, Florence Berthaud and Claire Dugot)

Associate Production – The Americas, Asia (except Japan), Oceania, Menno Plukker Theatre Agent (Menno Plukker, assisted by Dominique Sarrazin and Isaïe Richard)

Producer for Ex Machina Michel Bernatchez, assisted by Vanessa Landry-Claverie and Valérie Lambert

Ex Machina is funded by the Canada Council for the Arts, Quebec’s Arts and Literature Council and the City of Quebec.

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