Nicola Ingram

palawa & Wiradjuri 

Performer - Writer - Facilitator

Acting Enquiries: Helen Pandos Management

All Other Enquiries: enquiries@nicanneingram.com

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Nicola Ingram (she/her) is a proud palawa and Wiradjuri woman based in nipaluna (Hobart). She is a recent graduate from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), graduating in 2021 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting). Being passionate about live theatre, she has appeared in roles such as Joni in Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill (Dir. John Kachoyan) and J in promiscuous/cities (Dir. Alyson Campbell). In 2021 Nicola received the Emerging Tasmanian Aboriginal Writers Award and has continued to develop original works as part of Theatre Works First Stories program, ILBIJERRI’s 10 in 10 emerging artists festival and Melbourne Theatre Company’s emerging writers’ program First Stage. She is currently developing her writing practice with The Australian Theatre for Young People writing two new works for the Fresh Ink National Mentoring Program for 2023 alongside other emerging Tasmanian writers. Later this year Nicola will present Whiteout at two major Australian Festivals Yirramboi and Dark Mofo. Whiteout showcases a collaboration with Gunnai/Kurnai, Gunditjmara, Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta essayist and screenwriter Nayuka Gorrie, playing with irreverence, notions of authenticity and experimentation, exploring what it means to exist despite the insistence you don't.

Get in touch: enquiries@nicanneingram.com

I would like to acknowledge my ancestors and their connection to Lutruwita

Celebrating the strength of our community today, our elders and their continuing connection to this place

This always was and always will be Aboriginal Land