Nicholas Korn is an award-winning playwright and filmmaker, and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
His stage comedy, Delirium’s Daughters, received its Off-Broadway premiere at The Clurman Theatre in New York. Produced by Triumvirate Artists, the show ran from July 29-September 20, 2015. This was an extension from its Off-Off Broadway run at the Studio Theatre in NYC’s Theatre Row complex, which ran February 26 to March 14, 2015.
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
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 Film
Bye Bye Cyber High (Comedy)
Insult to Injury (Comedy)
Father Figure (Comedy)
Doubling as the Duchess (Period Comedy)
Senate of One (Action)
50-Minute Short Stage Plays
Rumor for Rumor
Hearsay Says It All
Answering to the Aunts
Cousins in Question