15 wins & 16 nominations.
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Réalisateur, agence de casting
He directed the play, "The Dragons' Trilogy," in an Ex Machina production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Sylvie Cantin, Jean Antoine Charest, Simone Chartrand, Hugues Frenette, Tony Guilfoyle, Eric Leblanc, Veronika Makdissi-Warren, and Emily Shelton in the cast. Robert LePage was director.
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I've chose to work in theatre more than any other artistic expression because it doesn't exist without a community. Even if you do a one-man show, even if you're alone on-stage, you're not really alone: there's a community of people that surrounds you to help you out. I'm interested in that paradox: you feel lonely, you want to express loneliness, but you're in a crowd actually. You have a whole ...
has always swung between supersized spectacles (Wagner's "Ring cycle" for New York's Metropolitan Opera, or Cirque du Soleil's "KÀ" for the MGM Grand in Las Vegas) and exquisite small-scale, more personal works ("The Far Side of the Moon", "The Blue Dragon" or "887").