Nick Massouh

Nick Massouh is a director, actor, and improviser. He is a founding company member with the critically acclaimed Impro Theatre. Impro Theatre performs full length plays completely improvised in various genres, where the improviser not only acts, but writes and directs in the moment. Their next run will be Tennessee Williams UnScripted currently running at the Falcon Theatre this June and July. Nick is the Director of The Impro Theatre School, LA’s first improv school dedicated to genre and narrative improv. Nick is also the founder and director of the Impro Studio Theatre in Los Feliz, producing and curating weekly genre and narrative improv shows. Nick acts in television and film including appearances on Ray Donovan, Criminal Minds, Bones, NCIS, and more. Nick is overjoyed to be working with the talented Ben Moroski again. They collaborated on Ben’s last two one man shows, This Vicious Minute, which premiered at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival and The Wake, which one Best Solo Performance at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival and at the Stage Raw Awards. And this year, Tilt breaks from the solo format and adds Michael Shaw Fisher to the mix, last years winner of Best Solo Performance and Best of Fringe. Nick is filled with gratitude to have the opportunity to direct these two amazing performers and looks forward to sharing the result with the fringe audience.

An American Video Store

Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.

Sugar Free Foster Care

“SugarFree: Foster Care Cognitive Dissonance” is a solo show that combines psychology, poetry, personal narratives, humor, and lived experiences into a creative theatre play that will grab at the heartstrings.