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From the moon to a mother's death in a one-man show

Robert Lepage's new play goes to extremes at ART

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / January 30, 2005

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Robert Lepage, the French-Canadian director, was walking in an alley in Quebec City when he had an epiphany. It came in the form of a discarded washing machine, but it was an epiphany nonetheless. (Full article: 1253 words)

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