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MULTI-DISCIPLINARY PERFORMANCE ARTIST

EMILEE

NIMETZ

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AboutMe

Emilee Nimetz (they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist: an actor, playwright, poet, movement artist, singer, and director, currently residing in the unceded territories of the Musquem, Squamish, and Tsleil-Watuth Nations, known as Vancouver, Canada. They are known for their work on Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (2023), So Help Me Todd (2023), their spoken word play "How to Build a Home," featured at OUTstages 2020, and their award-winning fringe festival production, "GRL PWR," co-created with Sadie Evans and Salty Broad Productions. In addition to working in film, television, and theatre, Emilee has graced stages across Canada and the US as an award-winning Spoken Word poet. In each medium, Emilee is known for their vulnerability and authenticity, dynamic and magnetic presence, and their artistic depth.

In addition to their acting pursuits, Emilee is also an activist championing LGBTQ2SIA+ rights and intersectional social justice movements. Their powerful performances and unwavering commitment to their craft have challenged traditional narratives, opening doors for others and paving the way for greater visibility and acceptance. Their passion for making a positive impact extends beyond the stage and screen, reflecting their dedication to creating a more inclusive and compassionate world.

ABOUT ME
WHAT I DO
ACTOR

Theatre, Film, TV, Entertainer

WORDS

Poet, Spoken Word, Playwright, Emcee

MOVEMENT

Dancer, Choreographer, Physical Theatre

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