Nicolai Vemming

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Nicolai Vemming (born July 7, 1961 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish theatre producer and Managing Director.[1][2][3]

Trained visual artist from Billedskolen in Copenhagen. Nicolai Vemming was producer at The Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance in Copenhagen 1989–93. In 1993 he became deputy manager and from 1998 artistic and managing director of Malmö City Theatre, Sweden. In 2001 Vemming was appointed deputy artistic director at The Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen and from 2004 to 2009 head of International Department. Vemming is since October 2009 managing director of Unlimited Performing Arts.


  1. ^ Staff (26 November 2013). "More details about Death car, the Bonnie and Clyde play by Tom Waits and Robert Wilson". 
  2. ^ Volksbühne, Theater (2012). "±0 Ein subpolares Basislager by Christoph Marthaler". (in German). 
  3. ^ Royal Danish Theatre, The (2008). "- Kan man lave bevægende og smukt teater om mordet på 700 børn?" (in Danish). 

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