Nicole Javier is an actor, teaching artist, and yoga instructor. She is currently getting her MFA in Acting at University of California, San Diego (class of 2019).
UC San Diego Credits: What of the Night, Eurydice, (w)holeness, Taming of the Shrew(d) and Though It May Shift. Regional credits: Forever Poppy (Provincetown Playhouse), tokyo fish story (TheatreWorks), Rapture, Blister Burn (Aurora Theatre Company), Flor (Cornerstone Theatre Company), Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare Orange County), Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (Crowded Fire Theatre), and Dis/Connected (New Conservatory Theatre). Nicole was an apprentice at Touchstone Theatre Company and holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Chapman University.
As a teaching artist, Nicole has collaborated with companies such as TheatreWorks (Palo Alto, CA), Red Ladder (formerly San Jose Repertory, San Jose, CA) , and Working Classroom (Albuquerque, NM). Her courses have included ensemble work, movement, Shakespeare, and storytelling. She has a BFA from Chapman University and has performed in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival several times, both as a nominee for performance and featured in a production.