Natalie Liconti is a Toronto-based performance artist and creative producer. She has a multidisciplinary interest in work that explores camp, queerness, and dystopia/utopia.
Natalie has presented (performed/directed/produced) work at festivals such as the Printemps Numérique Festival 2015, ZH Festival 2017, the St-Ambroise Montréal Fringe Festival (multiple years) and Calm Down, Dear Festival 2018 (Camden People's Theatre, London).
She is the founder and producer of the Montréal-based performance collective, Daughter Product. This year the company has been nominated for a Montreal English Theatre Award (META) for Outstanding Emerging Artist(s) (Production Category). Natalie participated in Camden People's Theatre's Starting Blocks Programme in 2018.
This year Natalie has been nominated for five METAs for her 2017/2018 body of performance work including: Outstanding Independent Production (The Life and Death of Fred Herko), Outstanding Emerging Artist (for her performances in À Louer / The History of Sexuality / The Life and Death of Fred Herko / Vic and Flo Saw a Bear), and Outstanding (Original) New Text (The Life and Death of Fred Herko).
Natalie is currently one of The Rhubarb Festival's Artistic Interns at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre.
awards + nominations
playwrights guild of canada, tom hendry awards 2018
Shortlisted, Robert Beardsley Award for The Gentle Art of Punishment
Montreal English Theatre Awards (2017/18)
Nomination, Outstanding Independent Production (The Life and Death of Fred Herko)
Nomination, Outstanding Emerging Artist - Performance (À Louer / The History of Sexuality / The Life and Death of Fred Herko / Vic and Flo Saw a Bear)
Nomination, Outstanding (Original) New Text (The Life and Death of Fred Herko)
Nomination, Outstanding Emerging Artist - Production (Daughter Product)
Da Vinci Talent (Montreal)
Montreal, QC H2L 3L8
T: (514) 523-9106
The Bella Agency (Toronto)
36 Tiverton Ave
Toronto, ON M4M 2L9
T: (416) 637-5500