Marie-Ève Pelletier

Since 1999, when Marie-Ève Pelletier graduated from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal, she has been acting and singing on all of Montréal’s stages. She has appeared in numerous theatrical productions under such notable directors as Denise Filiatrault, Lorraine Pintal, Robert Bellefeuille, Téo Spychalski, Claude Poissant, Luce Pelletier, Charles Dauphinais, Marie-Josée Bastien, Simon Boudreault, and […]

Yves Jacques

Yves Jacques’s career as both a stage and film actor took him from his hometown of Québec City to Montréal, then to Paris, where he has since performed. He has appeared in five films by Quebec director Denys Arcand, including The Decline of the American Empire, Jesus of Montréal, and The Barbarian Invasions, as well […]

Colin Fox

Aside from a busy acting career spanning 50 years, on and off Broadway, the Stratford and Shaw Festivals, feature films, radio and television, Colin Fox made his concert debut in 1974 in the title role of Berlioz’ Lelio with the Toronto and Boston Symphonies under Seiji Ozawa. He has since appeared in Enoch Arden with […]

Jean Marchand

Jean Marchand has performed extensively in theatre, film, television and radio. Leading roles include Édouard in You will remember me (Centaur Theatre), Joseph Mashkan in Old wicked songs and Salieri in Amadeus (Segal Centre), Une musique inquiétante (Théâtre du Rideau Vert), Hamlet, Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Tiresias in Sophocles’s Antigone (Théâtre du Nouveau […]