Welcome to Nadia Garzon’s website!
Here you can find information about Nadia’s work, learn about her latest projects, and listen to her voice over demos.
Nadia is a professional actress, bilingual voice talent, and facilitator with more than 15 years of experience in performing arts and entertainment. Nadia is originally from Bogota, Colombia, and currently lives in the United Sates.
Her artistic experience includes acting (live and on-camera), improv, directing, playwriting, puppetry, and voice over. As a voice over talent, Nadia has dubbed for T.V. shows, has recorded audiobooks, and has voiced for animations, television, industrials and other A.V. products, radio, and websites, among others.
In addition, Nadia believes that art can transform individuals, communities and social realities. Nadia works with groups and organizations in and outside the United States facilitating workshops and artistic/social processes that use theater as a tool for social change.
- Nadia is one of the Organizers of the IV Latin American Theater of the Oppressed Festival! - Nadia was one of the Organizers of the IV Latin American Theater of the Oppressed Festival, which took place in Matagalpa, Nicaragua (the previous festivals have taken place in Argentina, Guatemala, and Bolivia). The Festival gathered over 300 people from … Continue reading
- Nadia helps coordinate the First “Encuentro Centroamericano de Arte Comunitario, Masculinidades y Buen Vivir” in Guatemala! She also taught one of the main workshops offered! - Nadia helped coordinate the first “Encuentro Centroamericano de Arte Comunitario, Masculinidades y Buen Vivir” (“Central American Community Art, Masculinities, and Good Living Forum”) in Guatemala! This “Encuentro” focused on weaving alliances and promoting exchange scenarios between existing networks in Central … Continue reading
- Nadia is working on a Community Art Project in Nicaragua! - For the past two months, Nadia has been working on a Community Art project in a low-income neighborhood in León, Nicaragua. This project is sponsored by United Nations, and it is part of a “plan de desarrolllo comunitario” (community development … Continue reading