Graduating from Lionel-Groulx College in 2002, Dominique participated in many theatre creations as an actress, such as Je Ne by Daniel Danis, presented at Usine C as part of the Temps d’images Festival, and Bang Bang Love by Berbères Mémères. She also performed in Showdown by Fanny Britt, directed by Alexia Burger and presented at La Chapelle Theatre. She also played Elizabeth I in Dacia Maraini’s Marie Stuart, as well as the title role in Jean Racine’s Phèdre under the direction of Marc-André Bourgault. She was recently part of Nathan by Emmanuel Schwartz, presented at the National Art Centre in Ottawa, and at the FTA 2012 festival in Montreal. Dominique is also part of the american and asian tour of Alice in Wonderland, produced by Tout-à-Trac Theatre and directed by Hugo Bélanger. Co-founder of Les Biches Pensives, the company produced Deux ans de notre vie by Rébecca Déraspe, directed by Jacques Laroche for Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui in 2011, and touring in 2012-13. Les Biches Pensives presented their fourth creation Comment je suis devenue touriste by Jean-Philippe Lehoux, directed by Michel-Maxime Legault at La Licorne Theatre in 2012.