Louise Naubert

Trained at le Conservatoire de Musique et d’Art dramatique du Québec à Hull and at Ottawa University, Louise has a talent for combining various disciplines. She has played more than fifty roles, directed eight readings and five productions. We have seen her in numerous productions for the Théâtre français du Centre national des Arts in Ottawa, Montréal and in Quebec. She has worked with renowned directors such as Denis Marleau, André Brassard, Denise Filiatrault, Kelly Robinson and Diana Leblanc.

Her adaptation and direction of Patrice Desbiens, Les Cascadeurs de l’amour won the first Masque de la Production franco-canadienne in 2000.She adapted and directed Claude Guilmain’s epic poem Comment on dit ça « t’es mort » en anglais? (2009) and shared with him the development and direction of  L’Implorante (2011). For le Théâtre la Tangente, she also directed Requiem pour un trompettiste (2012), Parasites au bloc (2003) as well as produced and participated in Soirée Vian, De Rome à Berlin, Tour de Chant -Tour de Terre, Soirée Prévert and Soirée Vinyle.

Artistic Director of Le Théâtre la Tangente since 2007, Louise Naubertis the recipient of the Ontario Arts Council’s John Hirsch Director’s award (2012).