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Monday, March 13, 2017

The Quebec Liberation Front

Director and performer Robert Lepage has shown work everywhere from Japan to the Met Opera, but his roots are firmly in Quebec, Canada. In his intimate solo work 887 (Mar 16—26 at the BAM Harvey), Lepage delves into an adolescence shaped by a fraught time in Canadian political and social history. Illustrator Nathan Gelgud details the radical movement for Quebec liberation, the memories of which Lepage explores in 887 through childlike wonder, technological wizardry and masterful storytelling.

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