Nikki Harmon

Nikki Harmon’s plays range from Theatre for Young Audiences to Murder Mysteries to Social/Political Satire and have been produced in China, Australia, Singapore, India, Thailand, Romania, the Channel Islands, South Africa, and throughout the U.S. and Canada.  She’s been a Finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and three times chosen for the University of Central Missouri’s National Theatre for Young Audiences Competition.  Her play “Snowflake’s Story” was read at the Kennedy Center as part of the American Alliance for Theatre and Education Project.  Along with her writing, she’s also an artist and worked for many years as a stage manager, lighting designer and as a TV Location Casting Director.  To fill her Bucket List, she’s volunteered on digs in Thailand, Peru and Arizona, on wildlife conservancies in Kenya with the Grévy’s zebras and Namibia with cheetahs, in D.C. Illustrating mole beetles for the Smithsonian, and in Italy at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma with 2nd century Herbals (books illustrated by monks).  Nikki studied at the Sorbonne, the Université de Montpellier, Institut Britannique; Carnegie Institute of Technology, University of Miami, Pasadena Playhouse of Theatre Arts, and is a long-time member of Actors Equity and the Dramatists Guild. (Pictured: Nikki with a rescued giraffe on an Earthwatch Project at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, in Kenya.)

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