Nic Dorward is an artist.

Nic Dorward (Performance Maker/Performer) Nic is a freelance director and founding performance maker of the Restaged Histories project, whose performance work has received national critical acclaim including: The Greater Plague (Brisbane Powerhouse, 2009 & Metro Arts Independents, 2005); Omon Ra (Brisbane Powerhouse, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2006); Marat/Sade (Queensland University of Technology/Vena Cava educational residency, 2005); and The Jack Tragedy (Brisbane Powerhouse, Queensland University of Technology 2004, 2002). In 2008 the company received support from the Ian Potter Foundation to meet and work alongside major performance companies in New York and Europe. They are Artists-in-Residence at Brisbane Powerhouse.

Other credits include Director of That Face (Queensland Theatre Company, 2009); Attack of the Attacking Attackers (La Boite Theatre Company); Deep Blue (Creative Media Warehouse/QPAC/Adelaide Festival Centre/Brisbane Festival, 2008); Only Ten Minutes to Buffalo (NIDA, 2007); The Works (Queensland Theatre Company, 2006); The Beggar’s Opera (University of Queensland, 2006). As an Assistant Director, Nic has worked with some of Australia’s leading directors on Hamlet and Othello (Bell Shakespeare Company); Holding The Man (Griffin Theatre Company); Away (Queensland Theatre Company/Griffin Theatre Company); Constance Drinkwater and the Final Days of Somerset and Hitchcock Blonde (Queensland Theatre Company).

Nic graduated from the directing program at NIDA in 2007, and this year was funded by Arts Queensland to study digital video in New York City.