New York City
The 12th House, the latest work by Robert Lepage (pictured left), gravitates around what many believe to be the ultimate dream of the millennium: the voyage to the moon. The performance, inspired by Lepage’s passion for simultaneous inner and outer exploration and geography, is based on the dreams and ideas of poet’s and scientists of the centuries and actual occurrences of those stirring years when a world reached for the moon. Featuring an original score by the renowned American musician and performance artist Laurie Anderson and text by Toronto native Adam Nashman. This production is being presented as part of the du Maurier World Stage Festival.