Coline Bardin

Coline Bardin is an actress. She holds a BA from the University of Québec in Montréal and an MA in Theatre Studies from Université Paris VIII, and she studied at the La Scène sur Saône drama school in Lyon. In 2016, she started a Bachelor program majoring in theatre studies in la Manufacture – Haute école des arts de la scène de Suisse romande (the Francophone Switzerland performing arts school). She presented her one-woman-show J’ai voulu revoir – Adieu à la ferme in the Geneva Comédie theatre in 2019. Since her graduation, she has worked with Pascal Rambert, Nina Negri, Audrey Liebot, Muriel Imbach, Bastien Semenzato, Oscar Gómez Mata, Cosima Weiter and Alexandre Simon. In 2021, she co-wrote and performed (No) sex friends with Davide Brancato. She created the company La Mâtrue in 2022, and will perform her one-woman-show La Mâtrue – Adieu à la ferme with the Sélection suisse en Avignon before going on tour. This season, she has been associated artist with l’Abri – Genève, where she has been working on a new piece. She was the assistant of Nicolas Zlatoff for Amour fou (du théâtre) and she performed in Le nom des choses, directed by Muriel Imbach.

Actress and theater director
Lausanne (VD)
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