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Nattrass, Nicolle Trixie


Nicolle Nattrass is an actor (CAEA/ACTRA) & playwright. She has served as Deputy Chair to the Women's Caucus at PGC since 2008- June 2012. She started writing monologues and numerous sketch comedy shows in between performing in regional theatres across Canada.

Many, many monologues turned into a one woman play which she performed called, Brownie Points, Boldly Going Where No Brownie Has Gone Before. Brownie Points received nominations for Outstanding Original Play & Outstanding Performance at the 1998 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards.

Brownie Points received its American premiere , was adapted into a CBC radio pilot, based on the same character and became a short film which won Best Short Comedy at the 2003 Magnolia Independent Film Festival in Mississippi, USA.

Other plays include: Good House- keeping (prof.development workshop with Presentation House Theatre, director Nicola Cavendish) From 2010-2011 she was commissioned to write Wilde Holiday Shorts (an adaptation of Oscar Wilde short stories, director David Nykl) and Countryside Christmas (co-written with Mark DuMez, director Julie McIsaac) which both received professional productions at the Chemainus Theatre Festival. One act plays include: The Drama Queens, The Kindness of Kevin Barteski and Dot in the city.

She created a comedy duo, The Drama Queens which was featured on a new television show called, She Kills Me on APTN-TV- 2014. To view the full episode, Episode 7/ Season 1. www.aptn.ca/she kills me

Her new solo show, Mamahood: turn and face the strange will receive a premiere production at TheatreOne as part of their Mainstage series in March 2015.

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