Nicole Beerman is an actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, teacher, and producer from Seattle, Washington. Nicole is currently teaching dance at VAM Studios in Fremont, where she is also the Programs Director.
She was recently seen in Fire Station 7 and Elephant and Piggie at Seattle Children's Theatre, Cabaret and Mary Poppins at Village Theater. Nicole was a nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical for her work in Cabaret at Village Theatre for the 2015 Gregory Awards. She recently choreographed Psycho Beach Party with Fantastic Z, Seattle Vice at the Triple Door written, directed and conceived by Opal Peachey and Mark Siano,To Savor Tomorrow at Cafe Nordo and Playing Fair at KIDSTAGE Village Theatre.
Nicole is represented by MAM (Mitchell Artist Management).
Nicole moved back to Seattle from New York City in 2014, after spending 7 years on the east coast. Nicole’s New York credits include: Deb in Adrift (Sam French 2013), Lucy in The Cuban and the Redhead (ReVision Theater), Rene in Cut and Debbie in Lonesome Winter (The Management). She was a soloist at New Voices Cabaret Series with music by Ryan Scott Oliver at the Duplex. She also choreographed multiple shows including: La Brea (Clubbed Thumb, directed by Adam Greenfield), MilkMilkLemonaid (Astoria Performing Arts), and The Strangest (HERE Center).
Regional theater credits include: Cabaret and Mary Poppins (Village Theatre), The Constant Wife (Seattle Rep), Cabaret (5th Avenue, Ordway Center, AMTSJ), Wonderful Town (5th Avenue), Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, How to Succeed, and Once Upon a Time in New Jersey (Village Theatre), Sleeping Beauty and Harriet’s Halloween Candy (Seattle Children’s Theatre).
She is a certified Simonson Technique Teacher. Nicole holds a BFA in Acting from Cornish College of the Arts. She is a member of Actors’ Equity Association. Nicole is married to Josh Beerman and a mother to Max and Huxley Beerman.