“Playback’s 2016 5 to Watch” — Playback
Canada’s Film & TV trade magazine selects Nic as one of their “5 to Watch”, an annual list of industry people on the rise. (Article requires subscription to Playback)
“Playwright Nicolas Billon‘s hate-hate relationship with Christmas” — The Globe & Mail
J. Kelly Nestruck chats with Nic about Butcher and Christmas.
“Creating the World (and Language) of Butcher” — The Torontoist
Nic chats with Trevor Abes about Lavinian, the invented language in Butcher.
“Canadian film talent to watch out for at TIFF” — The Globe & Mail
Nic is selected as one of 7 artists to look out for at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
“Interview with Arts East blog” — Arts East Online
Nic responds to questions about his vocation and Iceland, as part of Mag North in Halifax.
“His Aim is True” — NOW Magazine
Glenn Sumi interviews Nic for NOW Magazine’s cover story.
“The Dirty Dozen with Nicolas Billon” — Open Book Toronto
Nic shares 12 unexpected facts about himself with Open Book Toronto.
Interview with Natalie Zina Walschots — The Walrus Blog
An interview with the Walrus about Fault Lines
20 Days with 20 Playwrights Interview Series — Kanjy.co
Nic chats with the Kanjy Blog about writing.
“The Proust Questionnaire” — Open Book Toronto
Nic answers the famous Proust Questionnaire for Open Book Toronto.
Interview with Amy Lee Lavoie — The Charlebois Post
Fellow playwright Amy Lee Lavoie interviews Nic about childhood, Iceland, and what his younger self would think of him now.
“Top 10 Theatre Artists of 2009” — NOW Magazine
Nic is chosen on NOW’s annual Top 10 list.
“Umbrella Talk with Nicolas Billon” — One Big Umbrella
A conversation with the OBU blog.
“End of the Lines” — National Post
Adam McDowell interviews the members of the Soulpepper Academy.
“Brand New Sister Act” — NOW Magazine
Jon Kaplan profiles Nic and his adaptation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters.
“Canadian Theatre Idols” — Globe & Mail
Leah McLaren examines the audition process for the Soulpepper Academy and reveals the selected members.
“All’s Well That Begins Well” — Globe & Mail
Michael Posner profiles Nic’s journey to the Stratford Festival.