“A sensation on and off stage, Dominique exudes elegance and class”, The Citizen newspaper, South Africa.

“An all-round, bilingual performer, Dominique Paccaut has established herself as a most accomplished artist”, The Star newspaper, South Africa.

After matriculating from the National School of the Arts (specializing in Ballet and Dance), she received her diploma in Musical Theatre from the Tshwane University of Technology.

Being of dual nationalities this 1,72metre Charismatic Lady has appeared and starred in numerous Musicals, Cabarets, Jazz Concerts, Dance productions, Television series, and corporate events internationally and locally.

Highlighted Musical Productions include Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella in Cinderella (The Peoples Theatre), Lola in Fabulously Copacabana, Mistuinguet in Voila Moulin Rouge, The Best of Broadway, Lets Rock You (Lead Vocalist at  the Off Broadway Cabaret Theatre). She represented South Africa in The Millennium World Celebration of Dance (International Tour to the United Kingdom), Rudyard Kipling’s Just so Stories with Ballet Theatre Afrikan (National Tour, SA), Hair, The Love Rock Musical (National Tour, SA), Peter Pan, The Pantomime (J’oburg Theatre), The Full Monty, The Musical (J’oburg Theatre & Artscape), Ethel McCormack in Footloose, The Musical (J’oburg Theatre); Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show (The Victory Theatre), first understudy for the leading female role of Mary in The 2010 FIFA World Cup Musical The Boys in the Photograph (Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber & Ben Elton, J’oburg Theatre), Ellie in Showboat (International Tour: Paris, Nuremberg, Oslo).

She has performed with numerous Bands and orchestras around the world and is regularly invited to guest star for Le Relais de la Huchette, La crémaillère, Palais Maillot, Le Très Honoré, Le Festibal, The 3G’s Musical Trio to name a few.

Corporate Events as Lead Vocalist include: WPO, MAN, Pzeiser, KPMG, Barclays Bank, RCI, SAPPI, Claryns/Fair Lady Woman of the year Awards, Disney to name a few. Dominique was lead vocalist for LUNAR at the South African Sanlam Fashion Week.

Television Work includes Laugh Out Loud, Egoli, as well as being the hostess and Master of Ceremonies for the Launch of the French television station TV5 in South Africa.

Her Choreographic work varies from Les Miz, Andrew Lloyd Webber – A Tribute, Noddy to Winnie the Pooh.

Her charity work for such organizations as Dance for a Cure and Adase, is something she holds dear to her heart.

This diversity of styles and experience make Dominique an International force to be reckoned with.