Nick Edwards

Season 5: Vealtninc Husz (A Bright Room Called Day)

Nick Edwards is an actor of scripted and improvised work, writer, and director.  Nick is very glad to be working with Ryan again, since playing Bozo in Every Five Minutes (Washington Ensemble Theatre), and grateful to make his Williams Project debut.  Most recent projects were acting in The Great Inconvenience (written by Holly Arsenault, directed by Erin Kraft); writing a play about the recent travel ban called Banned From Entry (18th & Union, Radial Theater Project); writing several short adaptations for Shakespeare's Lost Mixtape (Theater Schmeater); acting in Teh Internet is Serious Business (Washington Ensemble Theatre), writing TRUMP the KING (Theater Schmeater) and for WET's Six Pack Series: Eat Me; directing Trespass (Jet City Improv/Seattle Public Theatre); improvising with Uncle Mike Ruins Christmas (Jet City), Summerfest (Seattle Opera); and performing scripted work with 14/48: The World's Quickest Theater Festival (Seattle, Leicester, Wolverhampton) and Professor Dash (Cafe Nordo, U/S). Selected credits: Bozo, etc. (Every Five Minutes, Washington Ensemble Theatre), Ari (Undo, Annex), Charlie/Leander (Upside Downton, Jet City), Wagner’s Sketches (Seattle Opera), devising ensemble (Spectacle Lunatique, Redmoon Theatre of Chicago), Antonio (Twelfth Night, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks), Tom Wingfield (The Glass Menagerie, Mount Baker Theatre), and Jack Lovington (The Jammer, Balagan).