2 thoughts on “Robert LePage “Blue Dragon” – …”

    1. I’ll say that we had a pretty long conversation about it on the way home (via seabus). As always, his vision and incorporation of film-like scenes is really inspiring. At end of the lengthy applause, M. LePage called out the crew (just the stage crew, not the techies in the book/projection area) and there were A LOT of them – the staging, rigging and technology ARE the piece in my mind. Which is what we talked about on the way home. I’m not entirely sure I found the heart of the story – I said to EB that it felt like the central story had a lot adjacent parts that didn’t connect for me – but it’s spectacular and wonderful none the less.

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