Niki Hatzidis

Niki Hatzidis

Niki Hatzidis is an actor and award nominated playwright based in New York City. Her first full-length play she co-wrote, Steel Birds, was nominated for two New York Innovative Theater Awards; Outstanding Premiere Production of a Play and Outstanding Original Full-length Script. Her one-act play An Almost premiered at the Thespis Festival in September 2016. Niki has had short plays featured in various readings...
Niki Hatzidis is an actor and award nominated playwright based in New York City. Her first full-length play she co-wrote, Steel Birds, was nominated for two New York Innovative Theater Awards; Outstanding Premiere Production of a Play and Outstanding Original Full-length Script. Her one-act play An Almost premiered at the Thespis Festival in September 2016. Niki has had short plays featured in various readings by companies in NYC such as Reign or Shine Productions, The Complete Theater Company, and Vulcan Theater Company. The second full-length script she produced, CommonWealth: A Play Set in Massachusetts, was produced in partnership with NYMadeness in September. Niki is also a new featured writer in OnStage.com and a graduate of Guildford School of Acting.

Plays

  • The C Word
    Darcy finds herself in a city park after seeing a spot on her breast at a mammogram appointment. Convinced she has cancer, she sparks up a conversation with Ben, a stranger in the park, about how she plans to. change the way she lives her life.
  • The Gopher Method
    Beatrice's ex-husband has been invited to her parent's annual Valentine's Day party, forcing her to confront him about how she feel's about their relationship and why it ended.
  • Ariathne
    Ariathne finds herself at the grave of her recently deceased mother and bombards a nearby grieving widower, James, with questions about death. He talks her through how to mourn someone you might not love.
  • Poison and Wine
    Sarah has found letters from Camille, a previous girlfriend, after her husband's death. She comes to Camille's apartment to tell her Sam has died and to ask her what he was like because, from the letters, she doesn't recognize him at all.
  • Setting the Sky on Fire
    From 1943-1945, women from all over the country followed their husbands to a secret compound in the middle of New Mexico, with the promise that they would have a hand in ending the war abroad. In the early hours of July 16th, 1945, five women sit on a porch in Los Alamos, looking towards the southern horizon, waiting to see... something.
  • An Almost
    We all have that person that ruined us. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all got the opportunity to say all the things we ever wanted to say to them? Elliot is still grappling with the impact Max has left on him, so he has created a circumstance in which he can tell her everything.
  • Cohesion
    Cohesion, in chemistry, is the action or property of like molecules sticking together, being mutually attractive.

    Jake and Val are each other's person, but the both are too scared and broken to make the leap into the vulnerable it take to be in an honest relationship. Life get's in the way, they get in their own way and things are always complicated.
  • CommonWealth: A Play Set In Massachusetts
    In CommonWealth, Two young women in dire circumstances hatch a plan to propel themselves into a better life, but their decisions set in motion consequences they could never have foreseen. Set on the backdrop of the opioid epidemic, a story about trying to escape your environment when the system is stacked against you.
  • Steel Birds
    ‘Steel Birds’ is an adaptation of Anton Chekhov's ‘Three Sisters’, set Oahu, Hawaii on the brink of America entering the Second World War. The three Pavel sisters live in paradise yet they cannot wait until the day when they return to their beloved Boston. Relationships are tried, opportunities are passing, and little do they know the sky is about to come falling down all around them.