Lecture: Actress and Director, Natalija Nogulich


Location: Mendoza College of Business, Room 160

Originally from Chicago, Nogulich recently returned from New York City where she performed off Broadway in Restoration. Her Broadway work includes Hurlyburly, opposite Willam Hurt; The Iceman Cometh with Jason Robards; and Accomplice with Jason Alexander. Ms. Nogulich is most recognized for her television role as Admiral Nechayev on Star Trek: The Next Generation, as well as recurring roles on many other shows. Among her many film credits are five David Mamet pictures, including Hoffa, opposite Jack Nicholson. In 1994, she founded The Grace Players Theatre Company, where she acted as artistic director for fifteen years. Three of her adaptations of classical plays have been produced: Romeo and Juliet in the American Civil War, An Enemy of the People, and The Dame of New Orleans (Lady of the Camellias). Ms. Nogulich has taught acting and directing for over thirty years, has been a faculty member at Principia College and Cal Poly, and currently teaches at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

This event is sponsored by FTT Talks within the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.