"Your humanity is the clay of your art" Yevgeny Vakhtangov

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Nina performs internationally as a singer and actress in a wide variety of projects in French and in English. She is currently tourring with Dédale ou la folle journée de Winnie Vils with Les Ateliers Misuk and La Clé des Chants for a national tour in France in 2019-2020. She will premiere Brian Eley’s new one woman play Some Things Are Too Big for Numbers in New York in September 2019. Nina is also writing her first children show about the extraordinary and difiant act of forgiving, based on the life of Maiti Girtanner.

Nina co-founded the London-based production company Clay Theatre and Film, a theatre ensemble dedicated to new writing.

She studied musicology and classical singing at Université Paris VIII and Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, and acting with Sam Rumbelow at London Method Acting and Tony Greco in NYC.

One woman monologue written by Brian Eley and directed by Margaret Curry. Premieres in NYC in September 2019

One woman monologue written by Brian Eley and directed by Margaret Curry. Premieres in NYC in September 2019

Dédale ou La Folle Journée de Winnie Vils

Sophie Scholl: Afterlife, a monologue by JP Sclafani directed by Margaret Curry.

The Muse by Kathy Tozer

Hedda, adaptation by Kathy Tozer

More Manet for your Monet by Zaf Ayub

The broken by Zaf Ayub

And Sometimes….she works at Fleisher’s Craft Butchery in Brooklyn, just because it’s awesome!

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