Jade Herbulot

Following her degree in modern literature, Herbulot completed her acting training at the Studio Théâtre d'Asnières. There she met Clara Hédouin and together they established the Collectif 49701, adapting and staging Les Trois Mousquetaires - La série, based on Alexandre Dumas. In 2011, Herbulot continued to study acting at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique in Paris, performing under the direction of Danel Mesguich, Sandy Ouvrier and Nada Strancar. She also worked with Caroline Marcadé, Yvo Mentens and Georges Lavaudant. Together with Julie Bertin, she co-founded the Birgit Ensemble, and wrote and staged Berliner Mauer: vestiges. In 2014 she performed in the collective production Le laboratoire choréograpgique de rupture contemporaine des gens, under the direction of Alexis Lameda-Waksmann. As part of the Festival d'Avignon, she produced the Birgit Ensemble's second work, Pour un Prélude. In 2015 she performed in multiple productions including an adaptation of Homer's Illiad under the direction of Pauline Bayle at the Théâtre de Belleville. Parallel to her acting work, she's pursuing a doctorate and conducts practical and theoretical seminars at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense.

Herbulots and Bertins play Memories of Sarajevo, conducted by Le Birgit Ensemble, took part in the history festival War-or-Peace at the Maxim-Gorki Theater in 2018.