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Robert Lepage

Lepage’s play Kanata to go ahead in Paris FRANCE/PARIS Robert Lepage’s controversial play Kanata is to be produced by Paris’ Theatre du Soleil. The yet-to-be-staged production...

Theatremakers and critics are being forced to chart challenging cultural waters, alert to new sensitivities that their work and words may provoke. Twice in...

Simon McBurney's production of Beware of Pity is to receive its UK premiere at the Barbican next year. The production is performed by Schaubuhne Berlin...

It was quite something to see Stuff Happens reprised, for one performance only, on the evening of July 6, the very day that John...

Hotel rooms are strange spaces. Transitory and melancholy; places of sex, exile and dreams. It seems fitting that many of the scenes in Robert...

Speak White, the great poem about linguistic imperialism written in the late ’60s by Quebecois writer Michele Lalonde, drives Robert Lepage's clever, annoying, sprawling...

We live in a society increasingly driven by a cycle: consume, discard, repeat. And while this consumerism is usually applied to material things, it...

The 2014 Adelaide Festival will include four world premieres, 29 Australian premieres and 1,000 performers from 29 countries with theatre and dance to the...

It's been a recurring theme of this blog that different critics respond with sometimes wildly divergent reviews to the same shows. In the last few...
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