|The Far Side of the Moon|
|Written by||Robert Lepage|
|Music by||Laurie Anderson|
|Date premiered||29 February 2000|
|Place premiered||Théâtre du Trident|
Quebec City, Canada
The Far Side of the Moon (French: La Face cachée de la Lune) is a 2000 play by Quebec playwright Robert Lepage. Written in collaboration with Adam Nashman and Peder Bjurman, the play features an original score by Laurie Anderson, and marionettes by Pierre Robitaille and Sylvie Courbron. The play has been staged in many cities around the world to wide acclaim, and has received numerous awards. Lepage wrote, directed, and starred in a film adaptation of the play, which was released in 2003.
- Paul Hébert Award for Best Actor (2001)
- Time Out Award for Best Play (2001)
- Evening Standard Theatre Awards for Best Play (2001)
- Barclays Theatre Awards for Best Touring Production (2001)
- Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Best Director (2001)
- Golden Mask Festival award for Best Foreign Production (2007)
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- Delaney, Brigid (28 February 2018). "The Far Side of the Moon review – Robert Lepage's space race drama shines on stage". The Guardian.
- Gardner, Lyn (12 July 2001). "The Far Side of the Moon". The Guardian.
- Rizzo, Frank (February 14, 2005). "The Far Side of the Moon". Variety.
- Reynolds, James. Robert Lepage / Ex Machina: Revolutions in Theatrical Space. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 87–88. ISBN 9781474276597.
- "Evening Standard Theatre Awards 1980-2003". Evening Standard. 29 October 2003.
- "2001 Barclays Theatre Awards". London Theatre. 22 October 2001.
- "2001 Awards". Critics Circle Theatre Awards.
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