Brigitte Poupart is a multidisciplinary artist and a graduate of the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal. Since 1990, she has performed in more than 30 stage productions in Quebec, the United States, Europe and Australia, along with award-winning films and television series. A member of the Zapartistes collective, in 1991 she co-founded Transthéâtre, a company she continues to co-direct. A number of her works have been staged by the company, including Babel, Cérémonials, several editions of Cabarets insupportables, Un jour où l’autre and, more recently, What’s next (with Dave St-Pierre). She is known for her ambitious designs for both dramatic and musical productions, and has worked with Misteur Valaire, Beast, Alexandre Désilets, Betty Bonifassi and Yann Perreau. Brigitte received an ADISQ nomination for her work on Perreau’s show Un serpent sous leurs fleurs. Since 2008, she has been artistic director of the Festival international de la chanson de Granby. The documentary Over My Dead Body, chosen as the closing film of the 30th Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois, is her first feature film.