The Lieutenant of Inishmore
"You’d have to be a particularly ungenerous sicko to come away from this Inishmore disappointed, given its terrific central pair of performances: ... elfin Megan Dominy as Mairead, a 16-year-old pellet-gun sniper who advocates for animal rights by shooting cows’ eyes out so they can’t be sold..."
Washington City Paper
"The brilliance of Malread’s character arc did not really hit me until seeing this Constellation production. Malread (played by a spunky Megan Dominy) is a tagalong wannabe militant, longing to belong to a badass boys’ club that doesn’t want her... It would be a spoiler to give away how Malread ends up, and what she alone comes to realize after all the mayhem, but wait for it. Dominy’s delivery of that recognition is soft-spoken but trenchant."
DC Metro Theatre Arts
The Love of the Nightingale
"With a truly luminous performance, Megan Dominy leads the cast as Philomele, who we see as a willful, inquisitive and tragically naïve young girl."
"Megan Dominy is exquisite as Philomele, capturing her slow spiral from innocent ingénue to captured, brutalized and debased, but not broken, wanderer."
DC Theatre Scene
"The scene stealer of the show is Megan Dominy. Her first performance as Glory is intense... When Dominy becomes Gayle, the long time lover scorned who hasn’t been proposed to she’s laugh out loud hilarious."
MD Theatre Guide
"Dominy's transformation from uninitiated kisser to passionate lover makes this the funniest sketch in the play. "