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JEANNE LAPIERRE Associate Costumes Designer Since graduating from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec in 2004, Jeanne has worked as costume and property designer on many shows in Montreal and Quebec. She has collaborated on several productions of Ex Machina, including serving as property designer for The Blue Dragon. She has also toured with this show as the costume and property manager. LAURENT ROUTHIER Lighting Designer Laurent studied film and photography before specializing in lighting design for the stage. Over the years, he has designed the lighting for shows by artists such as Robert Lepage, Franco Dragone, Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon. He also was involved in the creation and tour of Délirium, Cirque du Soleil’s first arena show, which gave him the opportunity to travel across the United States and demonstrate his ability to work on large-scale productions. In recent years, he has been focused on exploring different applications of video and lighting for creating scenic environments. This creative research is the reason he has been hired for lighting, video and set design for numerous shows for Quebec City’s New Year’s celebrations and Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day events. His academic training and experience with major shows have enabled him to design lighting and video for more than 20 shows broadcast on television. Over the last several years, he has also worked as director of photography for these television productions. More recently, he has been busy working in theatre on the lighting design of three productions of Quebec City’s Trident Theatre: The Odyssey, The Laramie Project and Les Enrobantes. ADÈLE SAINT-AMAND Assistant Director After finishing her training at the National Theatre School, Adèle joined the team of Théâtre Péril, where she worked with Christian Lapointe on numerous productions from 2005 to 2012. In 2008, she met Frédéric Dubois and worked with Théâtre des Fonds de tiroirs on all of their productions until 2014. She also has worked with other companies, including Théâtre Blanc, Nouveau Théâtre Expérimental, Théâtre L’Escaouette, Théâtre de la Vieille 17, and Théâtre du Trident. Adèle has had the opportunity to work with the Nous sommes ici collective and Alexandre Fecteau, Steve Gagnon and Théâtre Jésus, Shakespeare et Caroline. She has travelled across Canada with Les trois exils de Christian E (Théâtre Sortie de secours). Since 2012, she has worked with Ex Machina on several occasions. ARIANE SAUVÉ Associate Property Designer Since graduating from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec in 2010, Ariane has worked as a set and property designer for theatre and television. Over the last few seasons at Théâtre de la Bordée, she designed the sets for Félicité and The Impostures of Scapin and was property designer for Endgame and Servant of Two Masters. In 2013, she designed the set and properties for Anne-Marie Olivier’s Mourir tous les jours, presented during the Carrefour international de théâtre. She also designed the sets for L’Emmerdeur and Les Visiteurs at Théâtre Petit Champlain, for L’Gros Show at Théâtre Périscope, and for Charme at Théâtre Premier Acte. For television, she is known for her work as property designer for the television series Complexe G on TVA. During the 2015-2016 season, she will design the set and properties for Les Écornifleuses’ theatrical installation in Où tu vas quand tu dors en marchant, as well as for Feydeau at Théâtre de la Bordée.