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Omnibus

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Who's This Nobody from Quebec? French-Canadian Robert
Lepage is rapidly becoming one of the theatre's most talked about and sought-after directors. In November his one-man show Needles and Opium returns to the Royal National Theatre and his controversial production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream continues there in repertory. Earlier in the year, there was a revival of his play Polygraph at Tramway in Glasgow.
Omnibus features extracts from all of these productions and travels to Quebec with Lepage to discover how the cultural tensions in which he grew up have helped to produce an original theatre talent which combines visual virtuosity with intense emotional storytelling. Director Debra Hauer
Series editor Andrew Snell
A Hauer Rawlence production for BBCtv 0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888

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Director: Debra Hauer
Editor: Andrew Snell

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