Nicholas Hussong

Nicholas Hussong, Yale School of Drama

Nick is a projection designer who is passionate about film, photography, animation, and old projectors.

Most recently, Nick designed projections for Yale Repertory Theatre’s These Paper Bullets (freely adapted from Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing by Rolin Jones, original score by Billie Joe Armstrong, directed by Jackson Gay.) Other designs at the Yale School of Drama include Sunday in the Park with George, Julius Caesar, The Ugly One, and serving as Associate Artistic Director of the Yale Cabaret. Other credits include: A Christmas Carol (HanesBrand Theatre), The Mountaintop (Playmakers Rep), Ain’t Gonna Make it (Yale Cabaret), Yale Opera, and The Baseball Music Project. Before graduate school, he served as Artistic Associate at Triad Stage, where he designed, among others, The Illusion, The Glass Menagerie, Providence Gap, and The America Play.

Nick is originally from the Mid-West and is looking forward to living the high life in NYC. And bourbon.

JULIUS CAESAR, by William Shakespeare, Directed by Ethan Heard, Yale School of Drama, Photo by Tory Burnside Clapp
Julius Ceasar, by William Shakespeare. Directed by Ethan Heard. Yale School of Drama. Photo by Tory Burnside Clapp.


THE GLASS MENAGIREIE, by Tennessee Williams, Directed by Preston Lane, Triad Stage, Greensboro, NC, Photo by Vanderver
The Glass Menagireie, by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Preston Lane, Triad Stage, Greensboro, NC. Photo by Vanderver.