Nick James Headshot

Nick James

Get Nick James Email Alerts

Be the first to get news, photos, videos & more.

Nick James News


UNSAVORY FELLOW Opens April 4 At Santa Monica Playhouse

Catch the new show UNSAVORY FELLOW at Santa Monica Playhouse from April 4 to April 27, 2024. Written, directed, and performed by Nick James, this one-man show explores the trials and triumphs of a Midwestern transplant in Hollywood. Adult themes, not for children.
Photos: First Look at Hope Rep's ROCK OF AGES at The Park Theatre

Hope Repertory Theatre opened its immersive 80’s production of ROCK OF AGES last night to a sold-out house, and BroadwayWorld has a first look at opening night. Check out the photos here!
HBO Max Expands Kids & Family Live-Action Slate with New Acquisitions

They include Hank Zipzer, co-written by Emmy® Award-winner Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver; the paranormal adventures of My Babysitter’s a Vampire; and a new season of the cult favorite teen dance series, The Next Step. Additionally, seasons 5-7 of The Next Step will be available this summer.
Human's Best Friend Pop-up Returns To Nyc For Holiday Season

Following a celebrated run in 2018, Human's Best Friend, the immersive experience vibrantly designed for dogs and dog lovers returns to NYC in December for a 4-week holiday themed pop-up.  Located at 875 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District, Human's Best Friend will feature vignettes designed to capture the perfect festive photo moment of humans and their furry best friends.
BWW Interview: GEKKEIKAN SAKE and a Chat with Nick James of Shaw-Ross

Sake is the natural choice when enjoying Japanese food and Asian cuisine.  But it can also be a welcome patio sip or delightful for toasting.  Whether you’re dining out or eating in, you can likely identify one of the oldest and most well-regarded sake brands, Gekkeikan. Broadwayworld had the pleasure of speaking with Nick James, the SVP of Brand Management at Shaw-Ross, the exclusive importer for Gekkeikan since 2016.
BWW Interview: Ian Hallard Talks TUMULUS & VAULT Festival 2018

The VAULT Festival 2018 opens next week, running from 24 January through to 18 March. During the three months, three hundred shows will be staged, including new thriller and queer noir play Tumulus. Actor Ian Hallard fills us in on rehearsals so far, looks back on a busy year, and even further back to a performance of his we will (sadly) never see: King Kong!
Photo Flash: Tyce Celebrates New Album HERO at The Cutting Room

Every so often a new artist comes along with a debut album that not only raises eyebrows, but curiosity in that the songs are so perfectly matched with the talent. In Tyce's case, with the release of his debut Broadway Records album, HERO (March 10), his voice is perfectly in sync with the celebratory music and lyrics of noted-Meat Loaf-collaborator Jim Steinman.
Photo Flash: THE WINTER'S TALE Begins Tonight at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre

Mercer County Community College's (MCCC's) Kelsey Theatre is proud to welcome back the Mercer County-based theater company Shakespeare '70 for 'Summer Shakespeare' this month. Now in its 46th year at Kelsey, the popular company presents Shakespeare's 'The Winter's Tale,' a comedic favorite thick with love, jealousy, hidden identities, new beginnings -- and a famously ravenous bear! BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the stars below!
Photo Flash: Meet the Stars of THE WINTER'S TALE at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre

Mercer County Community College's (MCCC's) Kelsey Theatre is proud to welcome back the Mercer County-based theater company Shakespeare '70 for “Summer Shakespeare” in June. Now in its 46th year at Kelsey, the popular company presents Shakespeare's “The Winter's Tale,” a comedic favorite thick with love, jealousy, hidden identities, new beginnings -- and a famously ravenous bear! BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the stars below!
BWW Reviews: ACT's SEVEN WAYS TO GET THERE Feels Anticlimactic

There are two main problems with doing a show about therapy, such as ACT's world premiere of "Seven Ways to Get There" currently playing. First, that someone else's therapy on stage can be good for the author but often times deadly for the audience. Luckily Bryan Willis and Dwayne J. Clark's new play avoids that trap. But the larger trap is that therapy doesn't really have a definite ending so you either portray an unrealistic look at the world of therapy or, as is the case here, the play just kind of ends as the people involved with the therapy continue onward working on their issues. And while the show definitely has engaging characters and performances, that lack of closure and finality for the audience doesn't work out so well theatrically.
Brazen Theater Presents UNCLE WALT Tonight

Brazen Theater presents the professional world premier of Uncle Walt, a new dark comedy by Andrew Rosdail directed by Mark Hooker beginning tonight, December 4th at the People's Center Theatre, 425 20th Avenue South, 3rd Floor, Minneapolis, MN 55454.
Brazen Theater Presents UNCLE WALT, Beginning Tonight

Brazen Theater presents the professional world premier of Uncle Walt, a new dark comedy by Andrew Rosdail directed by Mark Hooker beginning tonight, December 4th at the People's Center Theatre, 425 20th Avenue South, 3rd Floor, Minneapolis, MN 55454. The cast includes Nicholas Pierro, Nick James, Coletrane Johnson, and Matt Wall.
Brazen Theater Presents UNCLE WALT, 12/04

Brazen Theater presents the professional world premier of Uncle Walt, a new dark comedy by Andrew Rosdail directed by Mark Hooker beginning December 4th at the People's Center Theatre, 425 20th Avenue South, 3rd Floor, Minneapolis, MN 55454.
Brazen Theater to Present UNCLE WALT, Begin. 12/4

Brazen Theater presents the professional world premier of Uncle Walt, a new dark comedy by Andrew Rosdail directed by Mark Hooker beginning December 4th at the People's Center Theatre, 425 20th Avenue South, 3rd Floor, Minneapolis, MN 55454. The cast includes Nicholas Pierro, Nick James, Coletrane Johnson, and Matt Wall.
OF THE CAUSES OF WONDERFUL THINGS Runs Now thru Nov 8 at Theatre La Chapelle

Created in Sydney, Australia, through a series of funded residencies, Of The Causes of Wonderful Things is Talya Rubin's latest devised creation: a moving, intricate and darkly comic installation theatre piece (for a limited audience of 50) about five children who disappear in a small town in the American South. Directed and co-devised by Nick James, Of The Causes of Wonderful Things will draw you into its world from today, November 4-8 at Theatre La Chapelle.
OF THE CAUSES OF WONDERFUL THINGS to Run 11/4-8 at Theatre La Chapelle

Created in Sydney, Australia, through a series of funded residencies, Of The Causes of Wonderful Things is Talya Rubin's latest devised creation: a moving, intricate and darkly comic installation theatre piece (for a limited audience of 50) about five children who disappear in a small town in the American South. Directed and co-devised by Nick James, Of The Causes of Wonderful Things will draw you into its world from November 4-8 at Theatre La Chapelle.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY SELLING DRUGS Hits Theaters Nationwide

'The biggest movie of the summer isn't Man of Steel, or The Lone Ranger, or Fast & Furious 6. It's a new documentary called How to Make Money Selling Drugs.' That's Huffington Post editor-in-chief, Arianna Huffington's reaction to the newest documentary from filmmaker Matthew Cooke.
Edinburgh International Film Festival Announces Winners

The 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival announced the winners of its awards today at a prestigious ceremony held at Filmhouse, hosted by Grant Lauchlan of STV Moviejuice. Scottish stars presenting awards included Kate Dickie and Jury member Ewen Bremner. The ceremony took place ahead of the Closing Night Gala of the European premiere of BRAVE which closes the 12-day Festival.
Edinburgh International Film Festival Announces Judges for Festival Awards - Jim Broadbent, Elliott Gould, Gerald Peary, Ewen Bremner & More

Today the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) announced 2012's Michael Powell Award Competition Jury and the four other juries who will deliberate over the Festival's seven awards. Two of the jurors will also be the subjects of In-Person events that have been newly added to the EIFF programme. Jim Broadbent, Elliott Gould, Gerald Peary and Ewen Bremner are among those chosen to judge awards.
The Minnesota Shakespeare Co Presents HAMLET, Opens 6/3

The Minnesota Shakespeare Company's celebrated production manqué, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, opens at the Lowry Lab, Thursday, June 3rd. Nick James--playing the title role--again has two working legs, after breaking one during a rehearsal of the swordfight scene last December.

Get Nick James Email Alerts

Be the first to get news, photos, videos & more.

Videos