Cast Member Profile: NIKKI BOHM

 Nikki Bohm  |  Stage Mgr

Nikki Bohm (Stage Manager), born and raised in Zagreb, Croatia, attended The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, London, as well as The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. Since graduating from the Academy in April 2009 she has appeared in Much Ado about Nothing with the Queens Shakespeare Company, the short film “I am a Fat Cat”, and is currently an active member of The Genesis Repertory Ensemble in Brooklyn, as well as the Poiesis Theater Project where she is currently cast and working on [The] Ophelia Landscape. ...Continued


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

Much Ado About Nothing  | Open: 11/05/09 Close: 11/14/09 - Bowne Street Community Church
Get ready for a new spin on an old classic as Queens Shakespeare Inc. presents William Shakespeare's witty and suspenseful battle of the sexes, now set in the scandalous world of reality television. Join the maddeningly skeptical bachelor Benedick and the vivacious bachelorette Beatrice in their lively war of words and the young lovers Hero and Claudio who fall victim to a malicious plot to part them, only to be saved with the help of the hilarious Dogberry.

The Cherry Orchard  | Open: 03/31/10 Close: 04/10/10 - Wings Theatre
Set in 1923 in Charleston, South Carolina, Zephyer Rep's The Cherry Orchard brings to light the plight of the aristocracy as they see the demise of what was once the great Plantation era. The advent of the flapper age and the introduction of the Charleston dance craze provide clues to the changing moods of the future and the impending racial tensions.  Miss Lillian returns home from Paris to find her estate is soon to be sold.  Against the better judgement of their upstart neighbor Vernon, Lillian and her ineffective brother George do nothing to stop the impending sale, choosing to frollic around the estate watching the staff flirt and be flirted, her daughter start up a relationship with black rebel-rousing Peter, and everyone ignoring the loyal former slave Alexander.