Nick Musleh is co writer/creator of THE ROSY CROSS series being developed in Europe by Lasse Hallberg, with Sir Derek Jacobi leading a host of British A-list talent. This past year he acted in the Off Broadway World Premiere of OUR MAN IN SANTIAGO, by Emmy Nominated Mark Wilding, and played the titular role in the highly critically received HAMLET at Marin Shakespeare Company. He is from San Francisco and has worked extensively in television, theatre, and film in Los Angeles. He is currently producing the feature film Love’s Labour’s Lost based on his short film that was an official selection at the Bravemaker Film Festival.
Nick has acted for 30 years, served on artistic boards and has had a part in developing countless works. He has starred in several original productions, many of them roles he created, at Theatre West in Los Angeles and briefly at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco. He is returning to the Bay Area to continue his work as a Shakespearean dramaturgical researcher at Marin Shakes and with the Fusion / DaMT Space in Oakland. His work in Shakespeare instruction ranges from professional development workshops at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica to workshop moderation at Theatre West, which he did for almost 10 years. He attended and did theatre at Solano Community College, Santa Clara University, and the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television and also holds a Master’s in Education. He has studied acting at various studios in Los Angeles under teachers like Ivanna Chubbuck, Larry Moss, Lesly Kahn, Margie Haber and Mark Rylance.
Nick’s acting course at BraveMaker is the grounded in the techniques he developed performing on television, in film, and in groundbreaking theater productions.