Introducing... Nick Motlenski
My name's Nick Motlenski and I prefer theatre to be spelled with an "re" rather than a "er". I've been an avid member of the Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School Theatre Company, as well the "Voices of Mercy" Chamber Choir, of which I was President my senior year. My first distinguished role was Reverend Hale in "The Crucible," for which I was invited to the East End Art Council Teeny Awards in 2010 and came home with the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama. I have since then been nominated for Best Lead Actor in a Musical in 2012 for my portrayal of the title characters in "Jekyll & Hyde," my favorite role/show to date. I also went on to win the award for Best Lead Actor in a Comedy for my Mortimer Brewster in "Arsenic and Old Lace," as well as Best Lead Actor in a Drama for Tom Wingfield in "The Glass Menagerie." I'm now a member of Fordham University's theatrical community, pursuing shows in their companies: The Mimes & Mummers, Fordham Experimental Theater (FET), and Theatrical Outreach Program (TOP).