Nic Green is an artist based in West Dunbartonshire. Green is an award-winning performance maker. Her work is varied in style and method, with forms often ‘found’ through collaborative and relational practices with people, place and material. Green is concerned with the assimilation of form and content, discovered through collaborative process. Green's work has received several awards, commissions and recognitions including a Herald Angel, ‘Best Production Award’ at Dublin Fringe, The Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Performance, and a Total Theatre Award for 'Best Physical/Visual Theatre' at Edinburgh Fringe. She is the recipient of the Inaugural Forced Entertainment Award, in memory of Huw Chadbourn (2018) and in the same year was one of four artists nominated for the ANTI Festival International Prize For Live Art. Green also teaches directing to Theatre Studies undergraduates at Glasgow University and provides mentorship to masters students in Theatre and Performance Practices.
Solo projects include: LIKE FLYING, National Theatre Scotland, Auchinleck/Edinburgh (2019); d’tús maith is leath na h’oibre | a good start is half the work, with Ruairí Ó'Donnabháin, National Theatre Scotland as part of Dear Europe, Glasgow (2019); TURN, created for the Govan Graving Docks, with Feral Arts and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2016); Trilogy (re-stage), Arts House, Melbourne, Australia (2016); Cock and Bull presented at: Live Collision, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland (2019) Progress Festival, The Arts Centre Toronto, Canada (2019), No Sleep Till Brexit, CondeDuque, Madrid, Spain (2019).