Graduating from Québec’s Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in 2006, Edith Patenaude first started performing for the stage in L’Ouest Solitaire, and then started on a path of original creations. With Compartiment Theatre, she co-translated, directed and performed in Tape at Caserne Dalhousie. With Les Écornifleuses, she played Georgeanne in Cinq filles avec la même robe, presented first at Premier Acte, and then at La Frenière Theatre. She then wrote and performed in Barbe Bleue et la maison dans la forêt s’est allumée. Still with Les Écornifleuses, she directed L’Absence de guerre presented at Premier Acte in Novembre 2011. It’s in that same theatre that she created Les Arbres with Pour le Moment theatre; a project for which she performs, co-writes and co-directs. In parallel, she participated at the Saint-Jean 400th anniversary show on the Plains of Abraham, at Belle-Famille with La Fenière theatre, at Cheese and at Bébé à bord with l’Isle-aux-Coudres Theatre, as well as with Inès Pérée et Inat Tendu, produced by les Fonds de Tiroirs presented at Méduse theatre during the Summer of 2010, and then at Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui in the Spring of 2012. She was also part of the collective creation Vertiges, produced by Tectonik_ , at Periscope Theatre in the Fall of 2012, as well as being cast in Thérèse et Pierrette à l’école des Saints-Anges at Trident Theatre in the Winter of 2012.