Danica Charlie is a mixed Nuu-chah-nulth/settler & queer actor, and 2021 graduate from the Canadian College of Performing Arts.
Since graduating, she has endeavoured to learn more about herself through Indigenous storytelling.
They are a 2022-2023 participant of Native Earth Performing Arts’ Animikiig Creators Unit, Intrepid Theatre’s Indigenous Artist Program, and Puente Theatre’s WorkPlay Residency.
Danica also works collaboratively with all-queer collective Extended Space Theatre as an actor/writer/co-collaborator.
When she is not writing, you can catch her performing on the west coast.
Recent credits include: Miskozi in White Girls in Moccasins (the frank theatre), Mary Jane in The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane Mosquito (Kaleidoscope Theatre), Imogen in Cymbeline (GVSF), as well as two staged readings with Indigenous Theorist Kim Senklip Harvey.
You’ll find her on stage again in the fall with Axis Theatre touring across BC as Sasq’ets in Th’owxiya: The Hungry Feast Dish.
When she has time, Danica likes to cuddle with her cat Lily.