"We do not exist alone. As a queer artist, I explore the power and fragility of relationships and what it means to exist for another human being as well as yourself. My work digests the erotic and sensual, bringing forth the vulnerability of intimate acts within grand spaces."


NICKY MAGGIO was born and raised in Easton, Massachusetts. He received his BFA in Theatre Performance at Emerson College where he worked on more than twenty-five productions in four years. After graduating Summa Cum Laude, Mr. Maggio moved to New York City to pursue a career as a freelance director and acting coach.

Nicky is a graduate of the Michael Chekhov Actors Studio of Boston where he studied under master teacher Scott Fielding. At the age of twenty-one, Nicky was accepted into the Actors Center Teacher Development Program and currently the youngest graduate of the program by thirteen years. He is a member of the esteemed National Alliance of Acting Teachers under Michael J. Miller and trained under master teachers Ron Van Lieu, Fay Simpson, Slava Dolgachev and Jane Nikols. He is currently a teaching artist and coach developing classes in acting training and Michael Chekhov/Meisner technique.

Nicky attended The New School, College of Performing Arts Graduate Program receiving his MFA in Directing. While attending NSD, he has directed new works that range in themes of sexuality, gender, sizeism, race, and immigration. He has assisting esteemed director Tea Alagić on many of her professional productions and workshops including serving as Associate Director for her upcoming Broadway-Bound revival production of Stew and Heidi Rosewald’s PASSING STRANGE. Nicky has directed and assisted on productions at Boston’s Lyric Stage Company, Emerson Stage/Arts Emerson, LIC’s Secret Theatre, Teatro LATEA, The Lark, The Wilma Theater, and the Public Theatre. www.nmaggio.com Instagram: nickymaggio