Nic Green is an award-winning performance maker based in Glasgow, Scotland. Her work is varied in style and method, with forms often ‘found’ through collaborative and relational practices with people, place and material. Her work has received several awards, commissions and recognitions including A Herald Angel, ‘Best Production’ at Dublin Fringe, The Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Performance, Total Theatre Award for Best Physical/Visual Theatre Edinburgh Fringe and she is the recipient of the Inaugural Forced Entertainment Award, in memory of Huw Chadbourn. She is 2018 Artist in Residence at National Theatre Scotland, and teaches Directing at the University of Glasgow.
Green’s recent works include, among others, Cock and Bull (2015-2017); three females convene to perform their own, alternative party conference, criticizing the mainstream politics, Seven Bridges (2015); a one-to-one performance inspired by Japanese Mythology and the Buddhist icon Kannon and Trilogy (re-mount 2016); piece dealing with the understanding of embodied feminism.
“Throughout my career I have considered performance as a potential, political act that can encourage collectivism, access empathic sensitivity, and bring energetic agency.”