Margaret Jumonville is an opera stage director who cultivates bold dramatic work, consent-forward spaces and queer storytelling. She is currently the Company Artist Assistant Stage Director at Minnesota Opera. Directing credits include: Les Contes d’Hoffmann (Opéra Louisiane), Hansel und Gretel, Alcina, Così fan tutte, Le nozze di Figaro, Giulio Cesare, La voix humaine (Chicago Summer Opera), La Clemenza di Tito, Suor Angelica, Mansfield Park (Butler Opera Center). Assistant Director: Edward Tulane, Rinaldo, La fille du Régiment, The Song Poet, Don Giovanni (Minnesota Opera); The Merry Widow (Charlottesville Opera), H.M.S. Pinafore, Ulysses (Opéra Louisiane), Die Zauberflöte, Turn of the Screw (Chicago Summer Opera), Alcina (Opera Steamboat), Don Giovanni (Opera NEO). Theatrical Training: Suzuki Method for Actors and Viewpoints with the SITI Company. Young Artist: Chicago Summer Opera, Opera Steamboat, Opera NEO. BA: University of Notre Dame, MM: Duquesne University, University of Texas at Austin, DMA in Opera Directing: UT-Austin.