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Watching Robert Lepage's Rehearsal Process
"[A] scene is repeated several times before both actor and director are satisfied; meanwhile, a young stage manager, a sprawling plan of the complicated show spread out in front of her, delivers instructions via a PA system. 'What we're working out here is which of the 30 characters we should concentrate on,' Lepage explains. 'Some we might get rid of. Some take a more relevant place in the show, and gradually, the big shwobble of ideas gets clearer the more we work on it.'" The Guardian (UK) 10/08/12
Posted October 10, 2012 12:48 AM




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