Nicholas Hussong is a faculty member at the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
Off-Broadway credits include: These Paper Bullets! Drama Desk Nomination (Atlantic Theater Company, Skeleton Crew (Atlantic Theater Company), Geffen Playhouse, Yale Rep), Until the Flood (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Goodman, Milwaukee Rep, St.Louis Rep, ACT Seattle, Portland Center Stage), White Guy on the Bus (59E59, Delaware Theatre Company), Chix 6 (LaMama). Some regional credits include: Kleptocracy (Arena Stage) Grounded (Alley Theatre), Christmas Carol, A Streetcar Named Desire (Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre), Two Trains Running (Arden Theater), The Mountaintop (Playmakers Rep), Ella (Delaware Theatre), Million Dollar Quartet (Berkshires Theatre Group) as well as designs with FEAST Listen&Breathe, Urban Bush Women, Korean Expo, Virginia Museum of Art, Marc Jacobs, Esperanza Spaulding, Enchantment Theatre Company, White Heron, Lantern Theatre Company, Abrons Art Center, Tiny Dynamite, Premieres NYC, Ars Nova, Cantata Profana, Nashville Symphony, Hartford Symphony, and internationally at National Center for Performing Arts in Beijing, Jiangsu Center for the Performing Arts in Nanjing, Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin, Arcola in London, Traverse in Edinburgh, as well as Galway, Vienna, and Toronto. Nicholas was the Artistic Associate at Triad Stage in Greensboro, North Carolina where he continues to design new works based on Appalachian life written by Preston Lane. 70th & 71st Tony Awards (CBS).