With this new kaleidoscopic solo piece. Robert Lepage invites us behind the scenes of his mind, where we find his childhood memories, and those of a Quebec in the midst of a political rebirth. By opening the doors to 887 Murray Street in Quebec, where he lived from 1960 to 1970, he also opens the doors to a historic period influenced by the demands of the FLQ, Charles de Gaulle visit to Montreal and the creation of the Canadian flag.

A temporal and sensorial voyage that defies perception, 887 is another in a long line of spectacular solo plays that have built Robert Lepage’s reputation, from La face cachée de la lune to Projet Anderson.


Production Ex Machina
Original concept, Direction and Performance Robert Lepage
Production team Nadia Bélanger, Chloé Blanchet, Steve Blanchet, Peder Bjurman, Olivier Bourque, Paul Bourque, Jean-Sébastien Côté, Sylvain Décarie, Nicolas Dostie, Félix Fradet-Faguy, Marie-Pierre Gagné, Elliot Gaudreau, Jeanne Lapierre, Olivier Marcil, Isabel Poulin, Laurent Routhier, Adèle Saint-Amand, Samuel Sauvageau, Ariane Sauvé, Véronique St-Jacques


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