Natalie Liconti is a Canadian, non-binary performer. They are best known for their role as Sterling on Netflix/CW’s In The Dark (2020) and Jeff Barnaby’s Blood Quantum (Canadian Screen Awards, Prix Iris, Catalonian International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival).
They have worked for Just for Laughs (Montréal), JFL42 (Toronto), The Rhubarb Festival (Toronto), SummerWorks Performance Festival (Toronto). Their onscreen work can be found on major streaming platforms such as Amazon, Netflix, Revry, and Freeform.
They have been a resident artist at Camden People’s Theatre’s Starting Blocks Programme (London, UK), Nightwood Theatre’s Write From The Hip Program 2020 (Toronto), and trained with La Pocha Nostra’s Rebel Artists (Montréal, arts interculturels).
Natalie’s work has been presented across Canada and internationally at festivals such as Printemps Numérique Festival, The Wildside Festival, ZH Festival, and Calm Down, Dear Festival(Camden People’s Theatre: London, UK), Workman Arts (Toronto).
They explore the forms/methodologies of interdisciplinary performance, devised creation, collective-creation, and site-specific performance. Their work explores themes and questions around camp, popular culture, queerness, mental health, and dystopia/utopia.