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Francois Marceau

Concepteur.rice, Directeur.rice de production, Éclairagiste, Gestionnaire, Régisseur.se

Since graduating in 2002 in production at the National Theatre School of Canada, François serves as lighting designer, technical director, production director and light operator in several companies in Montreal. He collaborated with choreographer Ginette Laurin designing lights for shows ANGEL’s, Coppia 2, The Rite of Spring (Ballet de Lorraine and the Opéra National de Lorraine) and the most recent project of the company, Les petites formes. He also supports the company O Vertigo as lighting director since 2002. From 2006 to 2012, he worked as technical director and lighting director for Compagnie Marie Chouinard. François also collaborate with Estelle Clareton for her shows Sorrows, En plein corps and Étude sur l’amour-Automne and will also collaborate for her next creation, S’amouracher. He also designed the light for other dance shows like100 Legs from Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Falling Jeff Hall and Désillusion de l’enchantement of Tony Chong. His collaborations include light design for theater: Zorro and L’odyssée, directed by Vincent Guillaume Otis, presented by the company Picouille Théâtre. For the same company he designs the lights of Captaine Fracasse, staged by Philippe Lambert. He also creates the lights of Les Filles de guerres lasses, directed by Caroline Binet, Honey Pie, directed by Claude Poissant, La Locandiera, directed by Philippe Côté. In March 2012, he signed the lighting design De quel rêve étrange je m’éveille of Katia Gagné. François is currently working on a new show with Bernrd Meney and Estelle Clareton Projet Nijinski as lighting designer and will be presented at the theater Quat’Sous in October 2013.


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