Our alumni have successful careers as practicing artists, designers, entrepreneurs, and critical voices that contribute to creative and cultural industries across Canada and around the world.
BFA Specializing in Performance for the Theatre, 2012-2016
Michelle Rambharose is a multidisciplinary artist from Scarborough, Canada, of Guyanese descent (Indo-Caribbean & Arawak). She is based in Toronto and works as a performer in video game, film, TV, theatre, and dance, and also as a director in theatre.
Laurent Pitre is an actor, filmmaker, coach, musician, and artist dedicated to channeling stories about underdogs, misunderstood monsters, and ultimately human beings fighting for love. Recent credits include Hulu’s wild sci-fi comedy “Future Man”, critically acclaimed holiday horror film “The Sacrifice Game” on Shudder and FX’s iconic series “Fargo".
Julie d’Entremont is a quadruple-threat performer, honing her skills in acting, singing, dancing, and songwriting. When not on stage, you can find her sitting with her guitar or making creative floral arrangements at work.
Meagan Schroeder is a queer Intimacy Coordinator, Intimacy Director, Educator and Actor based primarily in Montreal. Her work takes on many shapes and forms but at the core is the desire to support brave creation that is dynamic, honest and intimate.
Michael Martini creates performances for various contexts, often layering language, video, and dress-up with a DIY atmosphere. Typically collaborating with dancers, visual artists, or creating solo, his projects have appeared at platforms such as Festival TransAmériques, OFFTA, Summerworks, Rhubarb, Tangente, and La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines.
Sophie El-Assaad is an award-winning multi/interdisciplinary artist working in both visual arts and theatre as a designer and director.
Double Major Graduate of the Liberal Arts College & School of Irish Studies, Communications Graduate Diploma Program
A writer, publicist, producer, and practitioner of theatre in Montreal for nearly a decade, Darragh Mondoux is a teacher with Geordie Theatre School, a stage combat specialist, a performing arts columnist with Niche MTL and the Quebec Drama Federation's Overture, and most recently a first-time recipient of a Montreal English Theatre Award for an Outstanding Lead Performance in Meet Me by Teesri Duniya Theatre & Live Action Theatre Project in 2022.
Noah Labranche graduated from the Acting for the Theatre program in 2020. After graduating, he was very fortunate to work as an actor on the play Paradise by the River, directed by Harry Standjovsk, as well as the film Pet Sematary: Bloodlines, and can be heard voicing several characters on the English dubs of shows such as Pacto de Silencio, 1670, and Paired Con Paired. He is currently working on a major unannounced video game as a voice actor and performance capture artist.