Nathalie Claude

Nathalie Claude is an actress, director, dancer, choreographer, writer, MC, dramaturg, and artistic coach. She is a member of the company Momentum. Her own creations include: Les filles de Séléné (1999-2001), La Fête des Morts (2002-2004) created in collaboration with Céline Bonnier, Limbes/Limbo (2004) a co-creation with dancer Lin Snelling. Nathalie created six “Physical Theater Solos” that she performed across Canada, USA and Europe. Her latest installment was Le Salon Automate/The Salon Automaton, created at Usine C in 2008, a piece for one actress and three automatons. The show toured in Québec, and was part of the 2009 season at Buddies in Bad Times Theater in Toronto. The text has been published in French and English (Herbes Rouges and Playwrights Canada Press). In 2009, Nathalie was invited by the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts to co-design the largest-ever retrospective of works by the celebrated pre-Raphaelite British artist John William Waterhouse (1849-1917). And in 2010 she directed the opera by Gertrude Stein, Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights for the Theater Department of Concordia University. She is now back in Montréal after 3 years of touring with the Cirque du Soleil show Amaluna (2012-2015), where she played the male clown Jeeves. SHE IS REALLY HAPPY TO BE BACK HOME.

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