Since graduating from the National Theatre School, Manon St‑Jules has led a bilingual carreer, performing in classical and contemporary plays for big and small companies in Toronto (Canadian Stage, Festival of Classics, Theatre Direct, Pleaides), Montreal (Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, Centaur Theatre, Segal Centre, Usine C) and Sudbury (Sudbury Theatre Centre, Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario). In Ottawa, she’s performed for the NAC, GCTC, Arts Court, Théâtre la Catapulte and Compagnie L’Atelier, as well as regularly hosting concerts with the NAC Orchestra and contributing to events like the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards Gala.
St‑Jules’ work on-camera includes dramatic as well as comedic parts in film, television and commercials, as well as various multimedia projects. Selected credits include Amélie et Compagnie (TFO), Noël en boîte (feature), St‑Nickel (UnisTV), Il était une fois dans le trouble (Vrak), Vies Parallèles (Canal D), Inheriting Trouble (Discovery), 20h17, rue Darling (feature), Les deux pieds dans la marge (SRC), and Les Bougons (SRC).
Along with regular voice work, Manon St‑Jules has also written and translated plays and librettos. Produced work includes Louis Riel: une bande dessinée théâtrale (RustWerk Refinery), Bourré! (Tapestry), L’hôtel (La Catapulte), Charlotte et le marchand de musique, Pierre et le loup and Presto Mambo (Platypus Theatre).