is an epic panorama that spreads from the middle of the 20th century to 2010 as one character holds the centre in an unfolding myriad of stories that discover how all of our lives are intertwined. Sweeping from extreme pathos to outrageous comedy, Lipsynch
takes in scenes of war-torn Vienna, pre-revolutionary Nicaragua and contemporary Tenerife, Quebec and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Part 1: 9 Sep. Part 2: 10 Sep. Part 3: 11 Sep. Running time: Each part approx 3 hours including interval. In English, French, and Spanish with English surtitles. Weekend Cycles Sep 6,7,13,14 Performance time: 13:00. Running time: Approx 9 hours including 4 intervals and 1 extended meal break.Performers Frederike Bedard, Carlos Belda, Rebecca Blankenship, Lise Castonguay, John Cobb, Nuria Garcia, Sarah Kemp, Rick Miller, Hans Piesbergen.
Author Frederike Bedard. Author Carlos Belda. Author Rebecca Blankenship. Author Lise Castonguay. Author John Cobb. Author Nuria Garcia. Author Marie Gignac. Author Sarah Kemp. Author Robert Lepage. Author Rick Miller. Author Hans Piesbergen. Producer Ex machina. Producer Theatre sans Frontieres (in association with Cultural Industry and Northern Stage). Producer Barbicanbite08. Producer Cabildo Insular de Tenerife. Producer Festival TransAmeriques Montreal. Director Robert Lepage. Design Jean Hazel. Lighting Etienne Boucher. Sound Jean-Sebastian Cote. Costume Yasmina Giguere.