Maxime Charbonneau completed his training in 2009 at Montreal’s Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. Since then, he has performed at Théâtre Denise-Pelletier in Musique pour Rainer Maria Rilke directed by Martin Faucher, in many shorts such as Listening Board produced by Anne Émond, and wrote the play Winnebago which won the CEAD prize at Zone Homa. Last year, he participated as a creator-interpretor to Philippe Cyr’s dissertation about Mother Courage and Her Children. Afterwards, he participated in a creation laboratory lead by Claude Poissant at the National Art Centre. Maxime is also co-artistic director of Messe Basse Company which is in its first year of residence at Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui as well as being one of the founding member of and singer in Les Gerry’s; a vocal septet a’cappella covering Gerry Boulet’s hits.