also roller skates amusingly."
-New York Times (Folk Wandering)
Nicole has sung with Shaina Taub, John Early, and Shoshana Bean, and has performed at The Delacorte Theatre, The Bell House, Bowery Ballroom, Joe's Pub, Ars Nova, The Beacon, Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall, The McKittrick Hotel, The Edinburgh Fringe, and probably your wedding.
Nicole Weiss (she/they) is a queer Jewish actor, singer, songwriter, and theatre artist. She grew up in the suburbs of Boston, earned her BFA in Theatre from NYU/Tisch, and now spends her time collaborating with talented friends and colleagues. The grandchild of Holocaust survivors, she is committed to amplifying & empowering marginalized voices & stories.
With an ear and talent for harmony, Nicole has done a handful of a cappella musicals. Most recently, she performed in Dave Malloy's Octet at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, directed by Annie Tippe, as standby for Jessica, Velma, & Karly, after covering all four high voices in the production at Signature Theatre Off-Broadway.
Most recently, they performed in Daniel Fish's Most Happy In Concert at the Williamstown Theatre Festival alongside Mary Testa and Tina Fabrique.