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Mr. Nicholas Farco

Auditions for Fall One Act

Published on 8/21/2018

Wednesday September 12 After School 3:30pm-TBD 

After School Commitment for Rehearsals if Cast on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays

 "10 WAYS TO SURVIVE A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE" by Don Zolidis

Performance Tuesday October 30 at Leaman Junior High Cafetorium

Junior High Theatre Meeting

Published on 8/21/2018

Tuesday, September 4 @6pm in the Fulshear High School Auditorium

 Parents and Students Strongly Encouraged to Attend

Yearly Activity Fee $30

Published on 8/21/2018

Covers the cost of Charger Theatre T-Shirt and Activity Materials

Cash or Check  payable to DLJH Activity #11 by SEPTEMBER 14 or your child is not guaranteed a shirt

Teacher Profile

Mr. Nicholas Farco
Theatre Arts Tchr Jh

Nick relocated to Texas from Brooklyn, New York with his wife, Daniela and their dog, Lady to be closer to his immediate family who have also made the move from the New York Tri-State area over the course of the last 7 years.
He is extremely grateful for the opportunity to share his knowledge, experience, and passion with the students. He joined the purple track at Leaman Junior High after starting his LCISD journey on the maroon track at Polly Ryon Middle School. He also serves as a teaching artist and dialect coach at The Humphrey’s School for Musical Theatre at Theatre Under the Stars at The Hobby Center in Downtown Houston. Previously, he served as a teaching artist for The Alley Theatre’s Educational Outreach Program and before that as adjunct instructor of acting at both Rutgers University and Kean University in the Northeastern United States.
He has been performing professionally in Houston with The Alley Theater, Stages Repertory Theatre, 4th Wall Theatre, and The Gravity Players at Classical Theatre Company.

Houston credits include: True West (Houston Press Theatre Awards Nomination), Reckless, and Small Mouth Sounds at 4th Wall Theatre (formerly Stark Naked Theatre) (Broadway World Nomination), The Other Place, The Carpenter(Workshop), The Harassment of Iris Malloy (Staged Reading), and Around the World in 80 Days at The Alley Theatre, The Book of Maggie (World Premiere) at Stages Repertory Theatre, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot with The Gravity Players at Classical Theatre Company(Houston Press Theatre Awards Best Ensemble Winner).

NY Credits: The Death of Frank at The Players Theatre, Patriot Acts at The Abingdon Theatre, AKA Al Parker at The Young Playwrights’ Studio, Faye Drummond at The Actor's Studio. Some Regional Credits: Romeo & Juliet at Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Owed to My First Love at Premiere Stages, Born Yesterday at Findlay Theatre, and other work at The Kitchen Theatre, NJ Playwrights Theatre, The Forum Theatre and Bucs County Playhouse to name a few. TV: Boardwalk Empire Film: Evan Almighty.

He holds his MFA in Acting from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts, his BFA in Acting from Ithaca College, and studied Education and History at Kean University.

 In over 10 years of educational experience, he has taught theatre related courses for universities, private conservatories, and other arts programs for students of all ages. When he can find the time he continues the work he started in New York, privately coaching professional actors and students as they prepare for auditions and work on their craft.

   Work Phone 832-223-7442

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