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Headshot Nicolle Nattrass

Nicolle is a professional actor ( CAEA/ UBCP) , a graduate from the University of Victoria with a BFA in Theatre, Acting Specialization (1991). Nicolle’s career as an actor has spanned across Canada to regional theatres, where she has had the opportunity to perform in over 30 dramatic and comedic roles.

Some of her most favorite theatre roles have included: “B” in PostSecret (Firehall Theatre), Carol in Oleanna, (Nanaimo Festival Theatre), Constanze in Amadeus, (Western Canada Theatre), Isabelle in The Orphan Muses, (English language premiere, Belfry Theatre/Western Canada Theatre), Maggie in Lend Me A Tenor (Theatre NorthWest), Patsy in Perfect Pie and Eve in Waiting for the Parade (Great Canadian Theatre Company).

Nicolle in PostSecret: The Show

Nicolle has also worked as an actor in radio, film/tv and theatre.

Nicolle in X-files

Her passion in theatre led her to began to explore her own voice and write her own plays. To learn more about her work as a playwright or a list of plays.

Nicolle began writing & performing comedy by touring her own solo shows in 1998, with her first one woman show, Brownie Points, Boldly Going Where No Brownie Has Gone Before. This solo show was nominated for “Outstanding Performance” & “Outstanding Original Play” at the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards, receiving Pick of the Vancouver Fringe, many productions, an American premiere and was adapted into an award winning short film.

Nicolle in Brownie Points

Her second show Mamahood: Bursting into Light directed by TJ Dawe has received critical acclaim and has been performed across Canada.

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Nicolle in Mamahood: Bursting into Light

Praise for Mamahood: Bursting into Light

“Nattrass is a big-hearted and fearlessly vulnerable performer whose charm is a great strength of this show. Mothers who’ve believed themselves to be alone in falling short of ideals are this show’s natural audience. Nattrass has given them a gift.”

Kathleen Oliver, Theatre Reviewer, The Georgia Straight

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