Nicole Murray, by day is a full-time on-air midday personality for 94.3 The Point and Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG where she hosts the highly listened to midday show from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Monday through Friday! Nicole’s show provides listeners with an outlet – a place to escape their everyday life and chaos. Her show incorporates ordinary life occurrences – some entertaining and some just plain ridiculous — into relatable creative content that listeners love! Nicole uses her fun, quirky personality to connect with a wide range of listeners from college students, to millennials, to baby boomers. She also connects with listeners through social media and daily blogs discussing hyper-local content. Nicole got her start in radio interning for Scott & Todd in the Morning 95.5 WPLJ and quickly got involved with her college radio station at Rutgers University WRSU as an on air personality. Next, she dovetailed as both a promotions assistant and part-time on air personality for Magic 98.3.
By night, Nicole is a theater junky and the author of AL, a play that creates a dialogue about sensitive topics that may be difficult to discuss in most settings. She hopes this is the first of many of this genre. AL has been performed at the Hub City Festival in 2017 in 2016, the Kicking and Screaming Festival in 2017 and is currently being workshopped and rehearsed for the NY SummerFest at the end of September in 2018. She is a firm believer that there is no time like the present to make change happen.
Nicole is also an active contributor to Trade Publications, where she interviews professionals and industry representatives to create thought provoking, industry specific articles.
AL is the must see play this summer. The idea that The Feminine Mystique is still being explored in the 21st century is ludicrous, as Betty Friedan defined in 1963: “the problem that has no name.” You will meet Al, a millennial woman trying to find the fine line between being obedient to the undermining of women’s intelligence or use the head on her shoulders for far more than housework. Al battles with her own stream of consciousness in order to survive in what her world has become. On one shoulder, there is Al who represents her obedient side that would never betray what her husband says, then there is Alyssa who represents the independent feminist who knows she should be standing up for herself. There is no one else to judge and no one else to interrupt. It is just her and herself. Husband vs wife. Family vs career. Al vs. Alyssa.
AL plays at NY SummerFest at The Hudson Theatre Guild, 441 West 26 Street (between 9th and 10th Avenues). Performances are Sept 27th at 6:15pm, 28th at 6:15pm and the 30th at 8:30pm.
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