Nadine created the Nadine's Window Theatre Company in 2002 to

enable actors to stretch their talent and try new roles or theatre

genres.  So far 37 plays have been produced.

 

 

 

  Nadine's production of 'Daisy Pulls it Off'

transferred to the Arts theatre West End.

 

 

 

The Arts Theatre during the West End Run of 'Daisy Pulls it Off'

 

 


  

Nadine has directed 37 plays which include: 'The Prime of

Miss Jean Brodie', 'The Admirable Crichton',  'Blood Wedding', 'The

House of Bernarda Alba', 'La Ronde', Berkoff's

'Metamorphosis', 'Rita, Sue and Bob Too', 'Children's Hour', 'Once a

Catholic', 'This Happy Breed', 'Daisy Pulls It Off', 'A Woman of No

Importance', 'Sailor, Beware!'  'The Importance of Being Earnest',

'Yerma' and 'Dear Brutus'. 

 

 

 

 

 

 Nadine's Window Theatre Company was modelled on the lines of

old style Rep theatres in which young actors gained the invaluable

training and stamina required by the acting profession.  Nadine has

a great love of Federico Garcia Lorca's work and has staged all

his plays at Barons Court, the 'home' theatre of the company.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 Barons Court Theatre on the opening night of 'The Importance of Being Earnest'