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Ex Machina / Robert Lepage

The Far Side of the Moon

From 24 November to 2 December

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Full Price 32€
Reduced rate* 26€
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Under 12 years old / Young Subscribers 12€


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Venue

Access Porte de Pantin :
Metro : Line 5
Bus : Line 75,151
Tram : Line T3b
Parking Nord "Cité des Sciences" - PML please call 01 40 03 75 75

Date

From November 24th to December 2nd
Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 4pm

Duration: 2h15

This solo show by Robert Lepage is a meditation on the conquest of the moon. However, The Far Side of the Moon focuses with humor on the relationship between two brothers, Philippe and his younger brother André, who grew up against the backdrop of the US-Soviet space race. → in partnership with Théâtre de la Ville → A Quebec at La Villette event

THE PLAY

The Far Side of the Moon focuses on the conflict between two brothers who are trying to come to grips with the death of their mother. It also concerns Russian cosmonaut Leonov, who is confronted with the immensity of interplanetary space as he took his first step out of the Voskhod 2 spacecraft. Robert Lepage plays not only the two brothers, but their mother, Alexei Leonov, an American astronaut and Philippe’s doctor.

With a little imagination, the door to a washing machine becomes the hatch of a space capsule, a CAT-scan machine, the womb, an airplane window or a goldfish bowl. But live videos, projections and documentary films about the space race also serve as interludes between scenes. Through his spellbinding words, French-Canadian Robert Lepage brings us at the heart of his cheeky tenderness and curiosity.