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Everybody’s Welles
March 5 – 19, 2006
By Patrice Dubois & Martin Labrecque
A co-production with THÉÂTRE PàP
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English Language Premiere!*
2004 Masque Award for Best Production In Montreal!

Everybody’s Welles, a multi-media, solo performance by co-writer/director, Patrice Dubuis, about a meek Quebecois film scholar whose life and career are altered by his experience of Welles’s films. It is a piece of theatre that takes up the recurring themes in Welles’s life and and oeuvre, notably the student/teacher relationship and the search for one’s individual identity within greater society. One could also say that this production draws a portrait of American society from 1915, the year of Welles’s birth, until today. Everybody’s Welles does not pretend to be a definite biography of Orson Welles but rather a theatre docudrama, an evocative homage to Welles where fact and fiction blur.

*The English language adaptation of Everybody's Welles was made possible with assistance from the National Arts Centre (Ottawa) and with the financial support of the Government of Canada trough the Interdepartmental Partnership with the Official-Language Communities (IPOLC), an initiative of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

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