Marc Labelle

Scenographer, Technical Designer

Marc Labelle is a Scenographer (Set Design, Theatre Design, Theatre Equipment Design) who has been associated with companies such as Cirque du Soleil, Franco Dragone Entertainment Group, Robert Lepage’s Ex-Machina, Céline Dion and Cavalia. He has contributed to the creation and production of world-class theater shows since the early 1990’s. His main realisations include the design development and construction of the Retractable Stage Floor for the Big-Top touring show “Allegria” (CDS 1993); the design development of the Stage and water-based Show-deck for Cirque du Soleil’s  “O” show in Las-Vegas (1997);  the design development of the Stage and water-based Show-deck  for Franco Dragone’s “House of Dancing Water” at City of Dreams in Macau, China (2010).

In 2003, Marc Labelle signed the Set Design for the success story equestrian Big-Top touring show “Cavalia”.

Marc Labelle also contributed as Subject Matter Expert during the design development phase of the custom-built theatres for the water-based shows “Han Show” (Wuhan, China, 2014), “Dai Show” (Xishuangbanna, China, 2015) and “La Perle” (Dubai, 2016).

In 2011, Marc Labelle completed a Master’s degree in Theatre (École Supérieure de Théâtre du Québec – UQAM). His work and research on the literary processes of famed Japanese writer Haruki Murakami and their re-deployment within the original theatrical oeuvre Fukei [Paysages] were praised and used as a model for the future students of the faculty.