Nicole Henriksen performances and workshops

Friday, March 30, 2018 - 2:30pm
FREE
Nicole Henricksen
Nicole Henricksen
Performance Showtimes: 
Fri, Mar 30, 2018 - 7:00pm
Sat, Mar 31, 2018 - 2:30pm

The School of Drama, in collaboration with The School of Drama BA Council, the Undergraduate Theatre Society, The UW Student Activities Office, The Q Center, HUB CaPP, and the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, is thrilled to welcome internationally-known performance artist Nicole Henriksen! Nicole will be with us for a series of performances and workshops, all of which are free and open to the public. 

ABOUT NICOLE HENRIKSEN

Nicole (she/they pronouns) started doing stand up comedy in 2011 in Sydney, Australia, and created dense, subversive, high-energy solo comedy shows, which she toured around Australia and the UK. She then began creating theatre shows to more fully explore topics of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, mental health, and so much more.
 
As of 2017, Nicole has created, written, performed, directed, and produced seven full length solo shows. The newest is A Robot In Human Skin, which explores anxiety with honesty and whimsy.

EVENTS:

Thursday, March 29
5:00pm: 
Makin' It Rain, Penthouse Theatre, University of Washington (CONTENT WARNING: NUDITY)
6:00pm: A moderated discussion on identity, story-telling, sexuality on stage, and queer-identified performance with Mellon Creative Fellow P. Carl.

Friday, March 30
2:30pm: Workshop, Cabaret Theatre, Hutchinson Hall
Workshop exploring the use of body and sexuality in the space, storytelling from a personal POV as well as covering larger societal topics, and structure for both movement, storytelling, and vulnerability.
7pm: A Robot in Human Skin, Jacob Lawrence Gallery (The Jake), Art Building
8pm: Post Show Workshop, Jacob Lawrence Gallery (The Jake)
Workshop on emotional vulnerability, reflective storytelling, subtle physicality. 
 
Saturday, March 31
2:30pm: Card on My SleeveCabaret Theatre, Hutchinson Hall
4:00pm: Workshop, Cabaret Theatre, Hutchinson Hall 
Workshop discussing ethnicity and privilege, using dance and music, incorporating recognizable symbolism