Nick Zagone '90
Nick Zagone ’90 has seen his plays performed in England, Scotland, Canada, Australia, the Virgin Islands, Singapore, 28 states and more than 40 colleges and universities throughout the world. After graduating from WU, he earned a master of fine arts in playwriting from University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Zagone is founding member of Open Circle Theatre in Seattle. He is a winner of the Mark A. Klein Playwriting Award, a Seattle Times Footlight Award, a Fulton Opera House Award, an artistic director’s Achievement Award by the San Fernando Valley Theatre League Alliance and the International One-Page Play Competition in New York. Zagone has worked with the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT and Printer’s Devil in Seattle, Cal-State Stanislaus and Stage 3 in Sonora, Calif. Zagone’s screenwriting credits include the short “Brainstorm” and the feature “Ricky Is Famous.” He also has his own small production company, Quality Pie Theatre.