Nigel Gore

Nigel GoreNigel Gore Spoken Word

Nigel Gore trained at the Rose Bruford College, UK and at the Trinity Repertory Conservatory in Rhode Island. He received the Eliot Norton Award for Outstanding Actor for his portrayal of George in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Publick Theatre in Boston; and the Best Actor award for his portrayal of Richard at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, “Gore’s original interpretation made the Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of Richard III new.”-Westword, Denver.

Most recently he has performed in the World Premiere of Mother of the Maid, Shakespeare & Company; the Bedlam Theatre production of Sense and Sensibility & Seagull, Off-Broadway; Women of Will at the Hague Shakespeare Festival, Netherlands; the San Miguel Allende Writers Conference, Mexico; and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater; as well as Brutus in Julius Caesar, Prague Shakespeare Company and Caesar in Julius Caesar, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. Other roles include Macbeth in Macbeth and Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, 2013. Television includes Thurston Twitchell in seasons 2 and 3 of Brotherhood for Showtime.

With AUREA his roles include Faust in Goethe’s Faust, the role of Hector/Menelaos in the AUREA & First Works World Premiere of War Music by Christopher Logue which performed in NYC, Chicago and Providence; and most recently, Sigfried Sassoon in Not About Heroes.

Mr. Gore is a founding member of AUREA, and a published poet.