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Nat Randall


Nat Randall (Canberra, 1986) is an artist working at the intersection of performance, video and film. Randall has presented work at major institutions, galleries and festivals nationally and internationally. In 2019 Randall and collaborator Anna Breckon and Performing Lines were nominated for a Helpmann Award for ‘Best Production of a Play’ for their critically acclaimed The Second Woman. Randall is also a founding member of art collective Hissy Fit and performance collective Team MESS. Through these collaborations she has presented work extensively across Australia. Randall studied at the University of Wollongong where she developed a breadth of performance practice including devised work, site specific practice and participatory work.

Together with Anna Breckon, she created the film and theatre play The Second Woman. After its performances in Australia, played by herself, the play also created a furore in Toronto, Taiwan, New York, London and Düsseldorf. In each country, a top actress took on the challenge of being on stage for 24 hours. Among others, Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development, Transparent, Search Party) made her theatre debut in New York, Zhi-Ying Zhu (Lust, Caution) was seen in Taiwan and in London, Ruth Wilson (The Affair, Mrs Wilson, Luther) was on stage at The Young Vic in London. Breckon and Randall were nominated for the 2019 Helpmann Award for 'Best Production'.

Recent work

2022 Set Piece 

2018 Rear View

2016 The Second Woman

Past events

  1. 2024

    theatre |Internationaal Theater Amsterdam - Rabozaal
  2. theatre |Tuschinski Theater - Zaal 1