In a brilliant career spanning thirty years, Robert Prévost designed lighting, sets and costumes for theatre, opera, ballet and television. He also directed theatre, and his wide-ranging talents included painting and sculpture. Strongly associated with the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (Montréal), he designed for les Grands Ballets Canadiens (Montréal), the Stratford Festival and l’Opéra du Québec.
Robert Prévost’s artistic association with the National Arts Centre was at its strongest during the tenure Jean Gascon as head of Theatre at the NAC (1977-1982). Between 1977 and 1982, Prévost designed numerous productions, including Le Cid (1979), La Puce à l’Oreille (1981) and Amphitryon (1981).
- Read Micheal Eagan's feature on Prévost
- About Robert Prévost:
* Robert Prévost : scénographe et favori des dieux, Lucien Pépin, Pélican.
More from this designer:
- View Robert's costume designs in The Secret Life of Costumes
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