The Drowning Girls: Surfacing in February

Nadia is the co-artistic director of Turtle Lab, a Melbourne based theatre laboratory.
In 2011 Turtle Lab produced Ulrike Meinhof Sings, a one woman piece performed by Nadia and A Second of Pleasure directed by Paola Unger.
Tix have just gone on sale for their next production, an Australian premier…

The Drowning Girls: Surfacing in February 2012

Lungs filled with water, hearts seized with dread; not long married, too soon dead.

Drowning GirlsFebruary 9th – 26th, 2012 Northcote Town Hall

Tuesday – Saturday  8 pm, Saturday Matinees 2 pm, Sundays 7 pm

Written by Daniela Vlaskalic Directed by Paola Unger Cast Rachael Dyson-Macgregor, Zoe Ellerton-Ashley, Eloise Oxer Costume/ Set Design Kat Chan Lighting Design Lisa Mibus Sound Design Chris Wenn

Book tickets from January 10, 2012 online at  or on the phone at (03) 9481 9500

Ulrike Meinhof Sings – By Christopher Barnett

Ulrike Meinhof Sings is a one woman performance piece where the life and times of the infamous terrorist Ulrike Meinhof (of the Baader-Meinhof group) has been subverted and reduced to the last moment before her controversial death in Stanheim prison.

It is a song made of images utilising the rhythm of ideas and words.

Performed by Nadia Townsend

Presented by Turtle Lab

Fringe Festival, HUB. Melbourne 2011.

More details soon to come….

The Zombie Monologues has made official selection for the Los Angeles Comedy Shorts Film Festival 2011 and A Night Of Horror International Film Festival Sydney Australia

A journalist and his camera man sneak into the exclusion zone in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. They meet Annie, a vegetarian zombie with a conscience who gives them an insight into her world. But how close is too close?


Directed and Written by Andrew Lane

Produced by Anna Kojevnikov

Associate Producer Nadia Townsend

Also starring Simon Maiden