Julie Deliquet is graduated from the Montpellier Conservatoire, the Studio-Théâtre d’Asnières School and the International School Jacques Lecoq. She founded the Collectif In Vitro in 2009 and staged Derniers Remords avant l’oubli by Jean-Luc Lagarce (2nd part of the trilogy, Des années 70 à nos jours...) at the occasion of the Theatre 13 Young Stage Directors competition and received the Audience Award. In 2011 she created La Noce by Brecht (1st part) at the Vanves Theatre, a play performed in 2013 at the 104 space at the occasion of the Impatience Festival. In 2013, she created Nous sommes seuls maintenant, a joint creation (3rd part). The Théâtre de la Ville and the Saint Denis TGPCDN presented the complete version of the triptych at the occasion of the Festival d’Automne 2014. In 2015, Julie Deliquet staged Gabriel(le), for the project “Adolescence et territoire(s)” (Teenagers and territories), initiated by the Théâtre de l’Europe, and created Catherine et Christian, the prequel of the triptych, for the Saint Denis TGP-CDN and at the occasion of the Festival d’Automne 2015. In September 2016, she staged Vania for the Comédie Française, based on Uncle Vanya, by Anton Chekhov. She also created Mélancolie(s) (October 2017), based on the plays Three Sisters and Ivanov, by Chekhov, for the Lorient CDN, then re-staged at the Bastille Theatre. In 2018-2019, Julie Deliquet created Fanny et Alexandre at the Comédie Française and created Un Conte de Noël (Fall 2019) at the Comédie de Saint-Etienne-CDN. This play was then programmed at the Odéon-Ateliers Berthier for the Festival d’Automne 2019. Julie Deliquet is the Sponsor of the 29th Class of the Comédie de Saint-Etienne School. There, she co-directed, along with the students, a new stage creation: Le ciel bascule, in June 2020. In April 2020, Julie Deliquet has been nominated director of the Gérard Philipe Theatre - Centre Dramatique National de Saint-Denis.