Through highly visual staging, which is as much magic as it is theater, Robert Lepage revisits Needles and Opium, 20 years after its first production.
A new scenography, original images, and the Miles Davis character onstage complement Cocteau’s words and Marc Labrèche’s sensitive and ingenious performance. The result is a production with mesmerizing effects, a journey into the night that puts us under a spell and leads us into the light.
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