In 2008, Marie-France Jacques completed a double DEC in Danse and Sc.Humaines at the Cégep de Drummondville, QC, Canada. Caught up in the love of movement, she decided to devote herself to contemporary dance. She studied briefly at the School of Dance in Ottawa, Ont, Canada, and then attended an internship at the Centre chorégraphique Le Pacifique in Grenoble (France). She returned to Montreal to continue her training as an interpreter at LADMMI, the School of Contemporary Dance, which she completed in the spring of 2012. She is trained by Marc Boivin, Sophie Corriveau, Jamie Wright, Andrew L. Harwood, Amy Shulman and Anne Lebeau. During her training, she participated in creative projects with Lise Vachon, Réal Bossé and the company. Bande Interdite, and works on pieces from the repertoire of Daniel Léveillé, Marie Chouinard and Jean-Pierre Perreault. In addition to being realized through interpretation and representation, Marie-France is interested in creation, theatre, literature and is passionate about soul and body experiences.
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