Natalie Liconti is a multifaceted Canadian artist. Selected performance credits include: Title 66 Productions’ “Nuclear Sky: The Experiment” (Printemps Numerique Festival 2015), Dane Stewart's fictionalized verbatim play, History of Sexuality (Théâtre MainLine, 2016), Talisman Theatre’s world stage premiere of Vic and Flo Saw a Bear at the Centaur Theatre (2017), and CBC’s The Detectives (2018).
In 2016 she founded a queer/femme performance collective, Daughter Product. With Daughter Product she produced, co-directed and performed in Docile Bodies (La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, the St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival 2017), and The Gentle Art of Punishment (ZH Festival 2017, Calm, Down Dear Festival 2018). Natalie is participating in Camden People's Theatre's Starting Blocks Programme 2018.
Selected photography credits include: The Globe & Mail (Canada), Revue Caméra (Paris), Cottage Life Magazine (Canada), and The Commission Magazine (UK).
In 2017, Natalie co-created THE WALK-IN CLOSET along with her producer and co-creator, Katharine King. This new LGBTQIA+ web-series features a colourful cast of Montréal's most adored emerging queer performers - with an entirely LGBTQIA+ cast. Follow Season One on Vimeo or Facebook.