No stranger to the stage, Nick made his professional debut in 2003 in the NZ Opera Company’s productions of Tosca and Carmen.
After graduating with a BAppA in Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) and Diploma in Singing in 2012 he spent 7 months headlining for The Tuxedos at Dubai’s famous Rock Bottom Club.
Following their residency Nick returned to New Zealand to continue his career on the stage performing in many productions across the country and on international stages from 2012-2017.
Notable credits include – Swing on the international touring production of The Sound Of Music through Hong Kong, China and Indonesia, Sammy in Blood Brothers, Bert in Mary Poppins, Elle’s Dad/Winthrop/Dewey in Legally Blonde , Curtis Jackson and Eddie Souther in Sister Act, Corney Collins in the NZ Premiere cast of Hairspray, William Barfee in 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee and Luke in NZ Premiere of Altar Boyz.
Other productions include Nine, 42nd Street, Godspell and High School Musical, The Breakfast Club and the award winning Matt Mulholland: Beyond Emotion.
Nicks first involvement in production side of theatre came in 2014 when we worked as a production assistant and chaperone on international touring productions of Annie and The Sound Of Music through NZ. Since then he has gone on work as an event manager, company manager, tour manager and associate producer on shows throughout New Zealand and across the globe.
Highlights include Beyond The Barricade (NZ/AUS), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (NZ), The Play That Goes Wrong (NZ), , Cinderella and Peter Pan on Ice – The Imperial Ice Stars (UK), The Mousetrap (NZ), Potted Potter (Manilla/Hong Kong/NZ) and War Horse (Hong Kong and NZ) and Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre (UK).
A keen advocate for musical theatre education, Nick founded the successful Triple Threat Academy with the hopes to create an opportunity for passionate young performers to be able to take part in ‘triple threat’ Musical Theatre workshops with leading NZ industry professionals and to encourage performing arts in the youth of NZ.