Photos Gallery & Past Productions

A Charlie Brown Holiday Double Bill
Carousel Theatre for Young People, 2018-19
Photos by Tim Matheson
Leclerc is so good it had my young theatre companion yell out: “She’s funny”. He nailed that one. But she is also engaging and has a great voice.
Mark Robins – Vancouver Presents
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Les Belles-soeurs
Ruby Slippers Theatre (with Gateway Theatre), 2018
Photo by Tim Matheson
Emilie Leclerc from Les Filles Du Roi earlier this year is brilliant in the role of Pierette Guerrin.
Tara K. Torme – Theatre Addicts
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The Ridiculous Darkness
Alley Theatre, 2017
Photos by Wendy D Photography
A core cast of six actors play multiple roles; in another nod to fluidity, the casting of major characters, like Pellner, Dorsch, and the Somali pirate, is repeatedly switched up. (…)
Miranda Edwards’s quiet naturalism and Emilie Leclerc’s warm sincerity are in tune with the play’s spotlight on injustice.
Kathleen Oliver – Georgia Straight

All the actors have their individual strengths: the less-is-more approach of Edwards and Sharma, Andrew’s offbeat characterizations, Arnold’s intensity, the pizzazz of Sum and rising star Leclerc.
Jerry Wasserman – Vancouver Sun
No better example was in Emilie Leclerc’s role as the Reverend. With shades of The Book of Mormon, co-directors Marissa Emma Smith and Nyla Carpentier embrace the ridiculous in Lotz’s satire, allowing Leclerc to absolutely shine.
Mark Robbins – Vancouver Presents

Unité Modèle
Théâtre la Seizième, 2017
Photos by Emily Cooper Photography & Gaetan Nerincx
Leclerc and Leblanc-Beaudoin are smilingly outgoing, confident and cute together – holding hands and kissing; they perform a couple of hilarious dances to the kind of music you would dance to once ensconced in your Diorama ‘unit’.
Jo Ledingham
As the would-be sales representatives, Vincent Leblanc-Beaudoin and Emilie Leclerc do a nice job of appealing to our desires. Not only are they trying to sell us on the condo, they are selling us on a feeling, feeding our insatiable appetite to keep up with the Joneses.
Mark Robins – Vancouver Presents
Hardline Productions, 2017 
Photos by Mark Halliday
Other standout performances belong to Emilie Leclerc’s Bam-Bam, a French-Canadian soldier in Halfblood’s unit who neatly balances comic relief with grounded humanity
Vancouver Presents, Chelsey Stuyt
Bonjour, là, bonjour 
Théâtre la Seizième, 2017
Photos by Emily Cooper Photography
Tremblay’s characters are richly textured, and this terrific cast skillfully handles the script’s rapid-fire overlapping dialogue while mining the bleak humour of their situation. With her tightly coiled hauteur, Lyne Barnabé’s Lucienne is riveting, as is Émilie Leclerc’s limply desperate Monique.
Kathleen Oliver – The Georgia Straight

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Carousel Theatre for Young People, 2016
Photo by Tim Matheson
Carole Higgins directs an energetic mix of veterans and newcomers who inhabit the material with varying degrees of success. Rebecca Talbot brings high style to Sally, and Emilie Leclerc is an imperious Lucy.
Kathleen Oliver – The Georgia Straight
Mathieu Mathématiques
Théâtre la Seizième, 2016
Jessie Award for Outstanding Production (TYA) and Outstanding Performance (TYA)
Photo Credit : Emily Cooper
Patrice Balbina’s Chance Encounter with the End of the World
Australian Theatre for Young People, 2016-18

« BOOMERANG: Documents of Poverty of Hope has facilitated 6 co-productions and this final production was developed with international cast and creatives to draw their experience together. »

Photo Credit : Ben Pugh

And PATRICE BALBINA’S CHANCE ENCOUNTER WITH THE END OF THE WORLD is an intimate and moving work, gently fashioned yet dynamic and full of action.

International artists Raul Atalaia (Portugal), Emilie Leclerc (Canada), Giuditta Mingucci (Italy) and Yves Simard (Canada) join Fraser to play all the characters in the show. (…) The performances are uniformly terrific and the stage is populated with a diverse range of characters with Patrice as a constant in the maelstrom of young and old people she encounters on her journey.

Movement is often rapid and as choreographed by Gosselin has a Pina Bausch power to increase tension and tap into visual images.


As far as empathy can take us, most people seeing ATYP’s show will likely never truly understand the experience of a refugee. But we must try. For the sake of compassion, and in the pursuit of justice we must try. Corfield’s production invites audiences to experience tiny fractions of a single refugee story, affording us aid in this endeavour.

Upstaged Reviews, Emily Richardson

Rivulets : 3 short stories about a flood
Seabird is in a happy place!
Babelle Theatre, Vancouver 2015
Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, New York 2015

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This metaphysical trip through life and death, performed with sexy ease by Emilie Leclerc, was a bit of an enigma.
Mark Robins – Vancouver Presents
Emilie Leclerc carried the story single-handedly, a woman brought back to life for an ill-timed, tumultuous relationship with another woman.
Cecilia Lu – VanCity Buzz
Les Petites Cellules Chaudes, 2012-15
Photo Credit : Jérémie Battaglia
Munsch to say!

Chemainus Theatre Festival, 2013
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Photo Credit : Cam MacDonald
Cucci & Cabana
Collective creation, 2013
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Photo Credit : James Loewen
Le Portrait Gooble
Théâtre la Seizième, 2012
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Photo Credit : Joe Perez

L’Enfant Problème

Théâtre la Seizième, 2011
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Photo Credit : Joe Perez
Écran de fumée
Théâtre la Seizième, 2009
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Photo Credit : Joe Perez
The Boyfriend
Studio 58, 2008
Photo Credit : Emily Cooper
Emilie Leclerc manages the more mature role of the headmistress, Madame Dubonnet, with aplomb. She enjoys her reminiscences and current seductiveness with sly enjoyment as she beguiles Polly’s father, Percival Browne (Joel Grinke).
Review Vancouver – Jane Penistan
Studio 58, 2007
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 Photo Credit : David Cooper
Imelda herself has only a couple of cameos but Emilie Leclerc absolutely nails her.
Vancouver Plays – Jerry Wasserman