The Scoop Du Jour


Recent Production: Delirium’s Daughters (NYC)

Triumvirate Artists in NYC presented the World Premiere of my stage comedy, Delirium’s Daughters, from February 26 to March 14, 2015 at Theatre Row – Studio Theater (410 West 42nd Street).

New York Theatre Guide called it “easily one of the best shows currently running in New York.”

To view the cast list, plot summary and other details, click here.

And The Reviews Are In…


March 2, 2015
Delirium’s Daughters is a witty, funny and delightful comedy that is easily one of the best shows currently in New York. The premise is straight out of the Restoration comedies, if not Shakespeare or even Aristophanes. A father has three daughters, and the three daughters have four suitors. Three of the suitors are conventional and perfectly acceptable, while the fourth is a lovable rogue.Read the rest…

February 28, 2015
Farce, slapstick, and general tomfoolery blend beautifully together in Delirium’s Daughters, playwright Nicholas Korn’s new comic and heartfelt romp that lovingly captures the spirit of commedia dell’arte, staying true to its centuries-old theatrical roots while making it delightedly accessible to modern audiences.Read the rest…


Also In The News A great interview with the production’s illustrious director – Kathleen Butler.

Other Items Of Interest


In 2012, my animated film, Revel’s Rivals, won Best Animated Feature at the Louisville International Festival of Film. You can watch as much or as little of it as you like right here on my site.

Most viral videos are about 2 minutes long – and this is about 67 minutes, so I figure it must be 30x better than the average cat video on YouTube. Judge for yourself – watch it here.



Nicholas Korn is an award-winning filmmaker and playwright. His stage comedy, Delirium’s Daughters, will receive its world premiere in New York in February 2015 (produced by Triumvirate Artists).

His solo film project, Revel’s Rivals, received the Best Animated Feature award at the 2012 Louisville International Festival of Film.

Other award-winning work includes his stage play, The Antic in Romantic, which was a finalist for the 2006 Kaufman and Hart Prize for New American Comedy (sponsored by the Arkansas Repertory Theater).

From 1999-2003, he founded and served as Executive Director of Stage First Cincinnati, a classical theater company that presented over 23 productions at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. He also was elected for a two-year term as the president of the League of Cincinnati Theatres.

He studied classical performance at The National Shakespeare Conservatory in NYC, and Improv at Second City in Chicago.

A graduate of Northwestern University, Mr. Korn now lives (and produces) in Cincinnati, OH.

(And yes, I did just write about myself in the third person – but you’re the third person to notice, so it evens out.)

The Scripts (So Far)

Full-Length Stage Plays
Delirium’s Daughters
The Antic in Romantic – Finalist for the 2006 Kaufman and Hart Prize for New American Comedy
Illuzzio (or A Man’s Best Servant Is Himself) – Musical
Alexander the Great (Parts I&II)Translations & Adaptations
Lysistrata – Aristophanes
Medea – Euripides
Electra – Sophocles
The Bacchae – Euripides
The Clouds (Loose Adaptation) – Aristophanes
The Imaginary Invalid – Moliere
That Scoundrel Scapin – Moliere
Feature Film (Indie)
Revel’s Rivals – Best Animated Feature at 2012 Louisville International Festival of FilmScreenplays
Insult to Injury (Comedy)
Father Figure (Comedy)
Duchess of Happenstance (Comedy)
Senate of One (Action)50-Minute Short Stage Plays
Rumor for Rumor
Hearsay Says It All
Answering to the Aunts
Cousins in Question



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