Pol Pelletier has devoted her entire career to the theatre. She has been simultaneously actor, director, theorist, playwright, teacher, administrator, and co-founder of two experimental theatre companies: the Théâtre Expérimental de Montréal (TEM) and the Théâtre Expérimental des Femmes (TEF), founder of La Compagnie Pol Pelletier, martial arts instructor, and founder of DOJO, a centre where actors, even the most seasoned, can work on perfecting their art. (DOJO is a Japanese word meaning “the place where one goes to be on the path”. Pelletier founded DOJO, centre d’entra&…

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Forsyth, Louise. "Pol Pelletier". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 24 February 2007
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