Pauline Haudepin is a French actress, playwright and theatre director. After a bachelor in English and a master in Literature and Arts at Paris VII Diderot in 2013, she trained as an actress at the Théâtre National de Strasbourg.
She has performed in 1993 by Aurélien Bellanger, Trust by Falk Richter, I wish I was by La Phenomena, Maladie ou femmes modernes by Elfriede Jelinek, Joueurs, Mao II les Noms by Don De Lillo, and Nous entrerons dans la Carrière by Alejo Carpentier.
For the Milos International Festival, she created and performed The Lost in translation birthday party, a happening in Greek and French.
She is the author of five plays, written between 2013 and 2020: Bobby Unborn, Les Terrains Vagues, Chère Chambre, Roman-Photo, and Les Mythes Errants.
Both Les Terrains Vagues (2018) and Chère Chambre (2021) premiered at the Théâtre National de Strasbourg and the Théâtre de la Cité Internationale in Paris.
In 2020 she founded her company, THERAPHOSA BLONDI, based in Strasbourg. Since 2018 she has been an associate artist of the Théâtre National de Strasbourg and the Théâtre de la Cité Internationale in Paris.