At the helm of Le Pont Bridge since the very beginnig, Carole Nadeau has conceived, written and directed fourteen creations for this company. In April 2000, she won the John-Hirsch Prize of the Canada Council for the Arts awarded biannually to a promising stage director whose artistic vision has shown itself to be original. In 2007, Frank Ketchup was presented at the Festival TransAmériques in Montreal. In 2005, Provincetown Playhouse was presented at the Festival International d’El Galpon in Uruguay and was nominated in the category "best foreign show ".  In 2004, she presented the solo MeMyLeeMiller at the Festival AM/PM of the CICV in France. In 2003, she directed four Czech actors in a scenographic installation of Recto-Verso, as part of the Prague Scenography Quadrennial. In Norway, she also took part in staging the closing spectacle of the international event called TheaterTextContext at the BIT. She has taught at the University of Quebec in Abitibi, in the interdisciplinary department of the visual arts, as well as at l’École supérieure de théâtre and Design School of University of Quebec in Montreal.

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