|Pinkalicious The Musical||Pinkalicious||El Portal Theatre, Los Angeles|
|DuBarry Was a Lady||Alice Barton||42nd Street Moon, San Francisco|
|Hairspray||Amber Von Tussle||Chanhassen Theatres, Minneapolis|
|Cinderella||Cinderella||Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame|
|My Fair Lady||Eliza DooLittle||VISTA Productions, St. Paul|
|Saint Mary's College of Notre Dame||B.A. in English Writing Minor in Music|
|The American Musical and Dramatic Academy||Integrated Program|
Nicole moved to LA last year and shortly after landed the title role in PINKALICIOUS THE MUSICAL at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood. She recently finished performing in the West Coast Premiere THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' a new musical about the Righteous Brothers! She played Joy (Ciro) Hatfield, girlfriend and eventual wife of Righteous Brother Bobby Hatfield. The show played at the Group Repertory Theatre in North Hollywood for three months and was extended twice by popular demand. Before coming to LA, Nicole had the pleasure of performing alongside Bruce Vilanch in 42nd Street Moon's revival of DUBARRY WAS A LADY in San Francisco! She played Alice Barton, the role Betty Grable originated on Broadway.
A graduate of The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC, Nicole holds a BA in English Writing from Saint Mary's College of Notre Dame, where she played the title role in Cinderella. Following graduation, Nicole returned to her home state of Minnesota to play Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray at Chanhassen Theatres (350 performances) before making her California theatre debut in 42nd Street Moon's production of It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman in San Francisco. She has since played principal role Almah in the New York reading of new musical SONG OF SOLOMON and had the honor of performing with tap great Arthur Duncan in A WELK FAMILY CHRISTMAS at The Lawrence Welk Theatre in San Diego. Favorite roles include Kim McAfee (Bye Bye Birdie), Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz), and Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady). Nicole has also performed in productions at the Minneapolis Children's Theatre Company and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.