A self-taught and versatile actor, Jade Barshee studied theatre at Saint-Hyacinthe, Omnibus, Les Ateliers Danielle Fichaud, Studio 303 and UQAM. She is the co-founder of Théâtre Everest and co-director of their first original creation, Bâtardes. The play premiered at MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels), then toured in Montreal’s Maisons de la culture and to several festivals, notably the Rencontre Théâtre Ados. As an actor, she appeared in Duos en vitrine created by Théâtre I.N.K, Indiscrétions publiques (Théâtre du Ricochet) and L’épigramme (Comptoir public), as well as in Le Confessionnal, a play for young audiences that toured to high schools. On screen, she participated in Loïc Darses’ documentary La fin des terres and the web-series La loi c’est la loi and Je voudrais qu’on m’efface, and she played Mrs. Tran in the Radio-Canada series L’effet secondaire.