Creator + Performer + Director
Nia Farrell is a creator, performer, and Afrofuturist who focuses on developing new work that celebrates voices and stories of minoritized communities. Originally from Thousand Oaks, California, Nia now lives and works in New York City.
As a writer and director, Nia has worked with Young Jean Lee as her dramaturgical assistant for Straight White Men (Second Stage Theater, dir. Anna D. Shapiro. Most recently, Nia was the Assistant Director for The Public's Mobile Unit National production of Sweat (dir. Kate Whoriskey).
Nia's upcoming projects include the off-off Broadway debut of her show Dreams in Black Major (Ars Nova ANT Fest) and interning with 9 Muses Entertainment, founded by Bryce Dallas Howard.
Nia is a recent graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts in the Drama Department (BFA Drama)