Stage. Film. Television. For over 25 years Nicole Romine has been directing and choreographing to international acclaim. Her work has been seen on five continents. She has inspired a diverse range of artists from Broadway to disadvantaged youth. She has had the honor of working with such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Alexander Godunov, Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor
(AIDS Benefit), Helgi Tomasson (former artistic director San Francisco Ballet), Patricia McBride, and Janet Jackson, to name a few.
She is currently the artistic director for a brand new not-for- profit called Ser Arte. Under development, Ser Arte is a group of diverse artists coming together to create world class performance art that explores beauty and life as a work of art in progress.
Her first film 'ing' was awarded the Grand Prix at the XXVI Asolo International Art Film Festival in Italy and Best First Film at the International Film Festival South Africa.
Her second film "Mistress of Tears" is part of a dream project titled Moon. "Mistress of Tears" had a World Premiere in Paris at the 18e International Film Festival Signes de Nuit in October 2020. In 2021, it won Best Experimental Short at Cannes Indie Shorts and La Paz International Film Festival in Bolivia.
Screened in 24 countries, it has also received 4 Best Director awards, 3 Best Original Score, Best Choreography, and the Audience Choice Award.
In June of 2021. she was one of the featured artists in the critically acclaimed online publication Mustetouch Visual Arts Magazine, The article highlights her creation, Moon, an epic mystical tale told through voice, music, dance, prose, and painting.
The ballet was her first true love. She attended Walnut Hill School of the Arts and also trained extensively under the brilliant Meredith Baylis at the Joffrey in New York. Her career began at the Stuttgart Opera House dancing the role of Carlotta Grisi in Pas de Quatre and Balanchine's Tarantella under the direction of Richard Englund.
Ms. Romine had a very diverse career touring the world, Japan, South America, Europe, and she was a guest artist with many different companies including the Kansas City Ballet and the Los Angeles Civic Ballet. She was also a Solid Gold Dancer at Paramount Studios and a principal female dancer for the last season of the original television series FAME at MGM studios.
While still dancing, she was a founding member of a very successful arts conservatory and moved into the role of Artistic Director for a professional dance company. She created over 28 original works and several full length contemporary story ballets to critical acclaim. She has choreographed several productions for television and a PBS special she choreographed was nominated for an Emmy. She has directed and choreographed industrials, theatrical events, and various productions.
The legendary Oscar and Grammy award winning singer Andy Williams engaged her as choreographer/director for his production shows for many years. Along side some of the top names in the industry, she has been involved in almost every aspect of show design.
She has taught ballet and master classes throughout the U.S. for over 20 years. Former students have been accepted into the most prestigious ballet schools in the world and have gone on to professional careers including La Scala Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Ballet Hispanico, and Joffrey Ballet to name a few. Several have appeared in Broadway shows, television, and continue to work in various companies around the world.
In 2007, she was named Volunteer of the Year by Jackson County Family Court for facilitating classes in life skills through the arts for high risk young women in the juvenile system. She believes that every single life is an invaluable work of art in process and that we are here to create...
She is deeply passionate about animals, nature, literature, beauty, and mysticism. She is joyfully married and has 2 cats named Isabeau and Toulouse. For tragic whimsy, she loves to sing the music of Edith Piaf with the brilliant pianist and composer Thom Greathouse.