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2024 World Day Ambassador: Bianca Richard


We are proud to announce the Canadian ambassador for this year's World Theatre Day for Children and Youth is Bianca Richard. Please watch for her message here as we celebrate World Theatre Day for Children and Youth on March 20.



About Bianca


Originally from Notre-Dame in Kent, New Brunswick, Bianca Richard ended up in the big city of Moncton, where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Dramatic Arts from Moncton University in 2013. Co-founder of Théâtre La Cigogne in 2012, she participated in the company's creations (Le loup: l'histoire d'un incompris, VIOLENCES, Voyage Identitaire and Le froid est un détail de l'hiver). From summer 2015 to 2017, she could be found at Le Pays de la Sagouine as a puppeteer and actor in the Nounours family play series. Since 2016, she has been teaching a 'Creators' course to teenagers at the Académie de Théâtre du Capitol. In 2018, she played the title role in the puppet show Radi, a production by Quebec company Campe. Among these puppeteering roles, she has also played human TV roles such as Terri (À la Valdrague, 2018) and Kim (Newbies, 2019). Between 2018 and 2019, she joined the team at Satellite Théâtre, where she continued her research into theatrical movement and the place theatre can hold in the community. During her time with this creation company, she participated (wearing several hats) in the productions Overlap (2019), Les limites du bruit possible (2019) and ''T'' (2019). In summer 2021, she took part as an actor-creator in the play Pépins (Satellite Théâtre). Also passionate about cinema, between 2019 and 2021, she wrote and co-produced short films (Out of tune, llama à la maison, Al-Ghoûla à la plage and Tea and Toast). In 2022 and 2023, she co-hosted the national youth TV show ONIVA! produced by Radio-Canada. From 2019 to the present, she is developing Parler Mal in collaboration with Gabriel Robichaud. This docu-drama project explores the issue of language insecurity in southeastern New Brunswick.

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