Natalie Liconti is an emerging Canadian artist and producer with an interest in camp aesthetics, queerness, and interdisciplinary live art practices. She has presented (performed/directed/produced) work at festivals internationally and within Canada such as the Printemps Numérique Festival 2015, ZH Festival 2017, St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival 2017/18, Calm Down, Dear 2018 (London UK).
In 2016 she founded the Montréal-based, interdisciplinary performance collective, Daughter Product. She has been mentored by performance artists internationally, such as La Pocha Nostra (USA/Mexico), and this past year (2018) Natalie was the only artist from outside of London UK to participate in Camden People’s Theatre’s Starting Blocks Programme for emerging theatre artists. Natalie has recently began working in film and television in 2017 (IMDB), and is the writer and co-creator of the comedic short digital series, THE WALK-IN CLOSET.
Recently she began a database to support authentic queer representation in the Canadian performing arts: https://www.qtpad.org/