Julie Basse

©Maxime Côté

©Maxime Côté

After graduating from National Theatre School of Canada, Julie Basse signed lighting designs for many theatre productions: Polyglotte (2015); Beauté intérieure (2015), written and directed by Olivier Choinière; Koalas (2014); Orphée Karaoké (2014 and 2015 in Mons (Belgium)); Un animal (mort)(2016), written and directed by Félix-Antoine Boutin; Immigrant de l'intérieur (2015) produced by DynamO Théâtre; and #PigeonsAffamés (2015,) written and directed by Anne-Marie White (Théâtre du Trillium, Ottawa); Siri by Maxime Carbonneau and Laurence Dauphinais (FTA 2016).

She has also done the lighting design for operas: Hänsel et Gretel,  directed by Hugo Bélanger at Montreal Opera (2014); Roméo et Juliette, a canadian tour of The Jeunesses Musicales du Canada 2015 and Cinéma à l'opéra (2015), production by l'Atelier lyrique de Montréal and directed by Oriol Tomas.

She tours with Les soeurs Boulay, and has realised the lighting design of many music bands: La Bronze, Quartango, Jean-François Malo, and Lecavalier. She regularly works with the dance collective Dans son salon (Le troisième été d'amour (2016), Et si tu n'existais pas (2015), and Parce qu'on sait jamais (2013)), and La Marche du Crabe conpagny for the shows De doigts et de pieds (2014) and Le Mobile (2016). She collaborated as lighting designer for improvised theatre since 2012 with la Ligue d'Improvisation Montréalaise (LIM), Cinplass and Créations Instables - Frédéric Barbusci