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Hi I'm Bee!

Bee Nickerson is a 25-year-old actor, choreographer, and physical theatre performer from Connecticut, USA, based in Liverpool, UK. Bee is both a theatre and screen actor with a specific love for period pieces. Highlighted roles include Hippolyta from A Midsummer Night’s Dream and originating the role of April in Julia Whitten’s The Red Line: An Anthology.   


She is one of 3 founders of Live a Little Theatre Co., A devised theatre company that focuses on creating physical theatre that “gets people talking”. Alongside being an actor for the company, Bee is their marketing and movement director. Bee incorporates dance techniques from contemporary and ballet as well as from theatre practitioners: Rudolf Laban and Pina Bausch. In their just over one year of existence, they have built and performed 2 shows: Arcadia ‘87 and Missed Connections. The company has performed across England, having most recently performed at Vault Festival in London. In 2022, the company won the Spirit of the Fringe Award at the Liverpool Fringe Festival.  


 She received her BA in Theatre Performance from Western Connecticut State University in 2021 and her Master's Degree in Acting from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in 2022. She has trained under industry professionals such as Chris Bolan, Heather Patterson King, Michael Bartoli, John Hickock, Elizabeth Parkinson, Scott Wise, Gary Horner, Paul Doyle, and William Hammond 


Bee spent her quarantined Summer of 2020 studying at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in their Chekhov intensive. There she learned the acting style "Reconnaissance of the mind and body" under David Chambers and Annalise Lawson. 


In 2020, Bee was nominated for an Irene Ryan at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for her performance as Shay in Be More Funny.

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