Marlene Nichols

Marlene Nichols is a writer/performer and at any given time at least one of her multiple personalities is appearing at such venues as the Liar Show, D-Lounge, Bowery Poetry Club, Rubin Museums of Art, and Stage Left Studios. She received a 2006 Fantasy Fountain Fund grant to write in Paris giving readings at Cafe Universel and Shakespeare & Company. Her past one-woman shows include “A Southern Girl’s Tireswing Blues”, “Pretty” and “Stand Me Up And Dress Me.” Several of her character monologues have been commissioned by The Winter Harbor Theatre in Portland, Maine and performed at the Culture Project’s Impact Festival. Her latest show, “Seeing Voices” will premiere March 27th and 28th at Stage Left Studio in New York City.

Seeing Voices

A monologue about how we struggle with the voices in our heads.