Robert Lepage’s 887 at Hong Kong Arts Festival: compelling solo play of a childhood in 1960s Quebec

//Robert Lepage’s 887 at Hong Kong Arts Festival: compelling solo play of a childhood in 1960s Quebec

Robert Lepage’s 887 at Hong Kong Arts Festival: compelling solo play of a childhood in 1960s Quebec

Theatre veteran Robert Lepage takes a leisurely stroll down memory lane in 887, an autobiographic solo play that recalls his childhood in 1960s Quebec.The show’s title refers to the street number of his family residence at which the Canadian actor, director and playwright grew up.A fitting tribute to Cloud Gate choreographer Lin Hwai-min’s careerThe performance opens with Lepage recounting his failure to memorise lines from a famous poem that he was to recite at an important event. This is…

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