Johanne Haberlin has been actively pursuing a career as an actress since graduating from
National Theatre School in 2002. With over thirty theatrical productions under her belt,
she has distinguished herself with leading roles at the Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui, Espace GO, La Licorne, Espace Libre or Denise-Pelletier Theater. She has worked with Claude Poissant, Marie-Brassard, Olivier Choinière, Daniel Brière, Jean-Frédéric Messier,
Geoffrey Gaquère, Frédéric Dubois, Olivier Kemeid and Simon Boudreault, among
others. Very fond of Quebec creations, it is through decisive artistic encounters with
certain authors that she made a name for herself, whether in was in Fanny Britt’s Honey
Pie, Hôtel Pacifique, Enquête sur le pire (performance nominations and awards at the
Gala cochon d’or in 2010 and in 2011), or in Olivier Choinière’s Venise-en-Québec, his
acclaimed, Chante avec moi! (2010 to 2012) and Jean dit. Finally, she performed Olivier
Kemeid’s work in Bacchanale, L’Énéide and Furieux et désespérés.
Co-founder of the OFFTA Festival where she has worked on the artistic committee and
the board of directors for 8 years, she also leads her own company, Théâtre Debout. She
has worked on several Denis Côté films (six productions, including Curling).
On television, she guest starred in several shows. She also lends her voice to advertising
campaigns and voice over and teaches at the National Theatre School of Canada, in the
performance department. She has also been assisting Sylvain Bélanger as Artistic
Director of the CTD'A since 2017.
The latest theatrical productions added to her credits for the 2018-19 season: the tour of
La fureur de ce que je pense, presented in Limoges (France) and at the Stadshouwburg
(Amsterdam), the remount of Rachel Graton's La nuit du 4 au 5 and the creation of
Emmanuelle Jimenez's Centre d’Achats, both presented at the Center of the Théâtre
d'Aujourd'hui. We will be able to see her at the Quat'Sous Theater in 2020 in Éclipse, a creation by Marie Brassard based around the female authors of La Beat Generation.