Margaux Frichet


Born in 1993 in Versailles (France).
Studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (PlayRight + Prize and Patrimoine Prize in 2021).
Bachelor's degree in Modern Literature / FLE at the Sorbonne (Paris).
Performed under the direction of Alexis Goslain and Sandra Raco (L'étudiante et M. Henri by Ivan Calberac), Daphné D'Heur (La Nuit des Rois by Shakespeare), Thierry Debroux (Lysistrata by Aristophane), Fabrice Gardin (Le Crime de l'Orient Express by Agatha Christie and Le Dragon by Evgueni Schwartz), Hélène Theunissen (Times Square by Clément Koch)...
Margaux also has a musical training : music theory and piano, lyrical singins at the Amneville Conservatory (2009 to 2010), as well as dance training : classical, modern'jazz and contemporary dance at the Luxembourg Conservatory (2006 to 2010).
She taught French through theater practice at Cours Florent (Paris) in 2014.
She is currently professor responsible for internships and TFE for the Domaine TAP at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, where she was taught since 2021.