Nathan Schwartz

Nathan is a New York City based actor, director, designer and creator. He is the co-artistic director of AnimalParts which most recently produced Tenderpits at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (**** -The Times of London). Tenderpits has been performed at Dixon Place, 59E59 Theaters, United Solo @ Theater ROW, and FrigidNY. Selected directing credits: Miranda Huba's Dirty Little Machine for at The Red Room (NYC); Ragnarok Out! for Nuit Blanche 2009 at The Theatre Centre (Toronto) and the HATCH 2009 hit: It Takes Two Men To Make A Brother, at the Harbourfront Centre (Toronto); Art’s Heart at FringeNYC 2009 (awarded Outstanding Solo Show) and Bass Bugs (Walking Fish Festival, Vancouver). Nathan has won 'Best Director’ two years running at Ottawa's Youth Infringement Festival. Selected design credits: Lighting design for Deathscape at Theatre For The New City; sound design for Hospital City at Incubator Arts Project. Nathan wrote and performed And Now a Message From Mr. Mr. (Toronto Festival of Clowns 2009), and Messiah Ayeland (2005 Chutzpah Festival, Vancouver). He won the Jessie Richardson Award for 'Best Artistic Achievement' with the cast of The Big League (Carousel Theatre, Vancouver). As an actor, Nathan has worked in theatres across Canada, and Israel.

Shows participated in:
Attack of the Nearly Dead Russian Children (2012 - 13) Director
Tenderpits (2011 - 12) Director
A Quiet Sip of Coffee (2010 - 11) Performer
Dirty Little Machine (2010 - 11) Director