Marie-Hélène Bélanger Dumas

General director and co-artistic director

After training in theatre at Université Laval, and then finishing her studies as an actor at the National Theatre School, Marie-Hélène had the crazy, epic idea to perform theatre out of a truck.

Out of this little idea came La Fille Du Laitier: a mobile theatre delivery service that brings us together, gives us a meeting place, lets us be surprised, lets us put our daily routine on hold, to bring us a theatrical introduction, and to excite the very fibres of our curiosity. On its third theatre production, La Fille Du Laitier’s Caisse 606 and Macbeth Muet have garnered multiple awards and praise.

Marie-Hélène made her cinematic debut in Miséricorde (FulvioBernasconi) and Excursion Nocturne (a 1er Plan production). On stage, she’s toured with Théâtre Bluff’s Les Haut-Parleurs from 2015 to 2018 (written and directed by Sebastien David).