Nikki Shiels made her Belvoir debut last year in Twelfth Night or What You Will. For Malthouse Theatre, she has appeared in Night on Bald Mountain, The Dragon, Elizabeth – Almost by Chance a Woman and Picnic at Hanging Rock, which subsequently toured to Edinburgh in early 2017 opening at the Royal Lyceum Theatre.
Later this year, Nikki will appear in Kip Williams’ production of Three Sisters for Sydney Theatre Company. Nikki’s film and television credits include Neighbours, Perfect Pair, Childhood’s End, The Greatest Love of All, Little Acorns, Rush IV and Fred Schepisi’s feature The Eye of the Storm.
Nikki’s other theatre credits include The Unspoken Word is ‘Joe’ (Griffin/La Mama); The Dream (Bell Shakespeare); The Cherry Orchard, True Minds, Top Girls, Don Parties On (Melbourne Theatre Company); Joan (The Rabble); M+M (Melbourne International Arts Festival); The Dollhouse, Peer Gynt (Daniel Schlusser Ensemble of which she is a core member); Madeleine (Black Sequin Productions/Arts House); Romeo and Juliet (ZLMD Shakespeare Company); and The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (Theatre Works/Dirty Pretty Theatre).