Crédit photo: Maxime Côté
Pierre-Luc Boudreau is a young scenographer passionate by visual art and music. His first contact with the stage was with music. Having learned the piano, the flute and singing, he participated to many musical events, including two operas and a musical where he had the lead role.
With a DEC in Interior Design, he is introduced to notions of space and art. Wanting to learn more, he completed a BA in Environnemental Design, where he learns objects design, architecture and urban design. After, as he wants to be in contact with the stage, he begins his Set and Costume design programs at National Theatre School of Canada. It allowed him to be fully accomplished, using his knowledge in the design of space, and being introduced to the costume design.
He's just starting his career of scenographer with "Voyage au bout de la nuit" by Wajdi Mouawad directed by Alice Ronfard. This first set design was already appreciated "It's important to acknowledge the work of the set design (Pierre-Luc Boudreau) and of the lighting design (Élise Neil) that worked in harmony together with the directing of Alice Ronfard. No mistakes. Perfect balance between the three."[La Bible Urbaine].
He also signed his first costume design on the play of Benjamin Pradet "80 000 âmes vers Albany" directed by Sébastien David. The show was sold out for its six performances. With his third show at the National Theatre School of Canada, "Avant/Après" he, once again, design a set that moves the spectators in his particular universe.
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