Nicki Elledge was born and raised in sunny San Diego, CA! She caught the theatre bug at the age of eight during her first show, "Winnie the Pooh" at San Diego Junior Theatre. Nicki attended The Catholic University of America where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre and a minor in Theology. She is back in school at Catholic University currently pursuing the Teaching Theatre through Drama Certificate!
Nicki is based in Washington, D.C. and works around the country as a professional actress and teaching artist. Nicki believes that bringing beauty and empathy to the world through art is crucial to humanity. To do this, we must make art that comes authentically from the heart and soul.
Alongside performing and teaching, Nicki enjoys practicing Pilates & yoga, eating delicious meals with those she loves, taking hikes, and watching cooking shows.
A Little Night Music rehearsal at Signature Theatre. PC: Noah Chiet
Nicki taught musical theatre classes on Zoom with Virtual Camp Arena Stage this summer! She had a blast teaching in this creative way and every day she worked to bring some joy and confidence to her students! For more information, https://www.arenastage.org/education/virtual-camp-arena-stage/
It's Christmas and It's Live, Lamb's Players Theatre
"And the show levitates to a whole new plane of enjoyment when Nicki Elledge applies her stirring voice (with its songbird vibrato) to It Came Upon a Midnight Clear."
James Hebert, The San Diego Union Tribune
Grease, Toby's Dinner Theatre
"Elledge does not miss with the one real love song, a big hit for Olivia Newton-John, Hopelessly Devoted to You."
Susan Brall, MD Theatre Guide
Grand Hotel, Signature Theatre
"Flaemmchen, the ingénue and movie actress wannabe, is played adorably by Nicki Elledge who was a marvelous Anne in Signature’s “Little Night Music” in 2017. Her “Who Couldn’t Dance with You”, sung and danced with Bobby’s Otto Kringelien will make you want to get up and dance."
Sara Dudley Brown, The Zebra
A Little Night Music, Signature Theatre
"Frederik’s wife Anne is played to perfection and simplicity by sweet-voiced Nicki Elledge."
Jeffrey Walker, DC Theatre Scene
Beauty and the Beast, Toby's Dinner Theatre
"Making her Toby’s debut is a true gem of a discovery named Nicki Elledge. As Belle, Elledge comes off as the flesh-and-blood embodiment of Disney’s assertive heroine, often uncertain but always resolved. Her confident soprano not only benefits from breath control and pitch-perfect accuracy, it has a musical purity that is a pleasure to hear, especially on the heartfelt new solos Home and Change in Me."
John Harding, DC METRO Theater Arts
Finian's Rainbow, The Catholic University of America
"She has one of the best voices I have ever heard on stage. Period."
Jessica Vaughn, DC METRO Theater Arts
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