Nicolas Dangla

Photo Credit: Ted Ely

Bachelor of Fine Arts
Theatre Performance; Acting
Honors

Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Nico is lucky to have called Ann Arbor “home” over these past four years. His time at the University of Michigan has been full of growth and opportunity. Some of his favorite credits at U-M include: Death of a Salesman, featuring Alec Baldwin (as Happy Loman); Romeo and Juliet (as Romeo); and Sense and Sensibility (as John Willoughby). He also participated in numerous student-led projects, including Venus in Fur (a Basement Arts production), Heartbeats (a Blank Space workshopped musical), and Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (a directing thesis). Nico is grateful for the many opportunities, connections and memories he has made these past four years. He would like to thank his friends and classmates, for their humor and companionship; his educators, for their wisdom and mentorship; and most importantly, his parents and extended family, whose unwavering love and support make all of his dreams possible.

Achievements

Happy Loman in Death of a Salesman
Romeo in Romeo and Juliet
John Willoughby/John Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility
Thomas Novachek in Venus in Fur
Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Ensemble in Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.
Part of SMTD trip to Johannesburg, South Africa, in the spring of 2019, in exchange with the Market TheatreAlum of British American Drama Academy’s MIO ’19 program, during summer before Junior year