Nicholas Saverine - Musical Theater
Nicholas F. Saverine, international opera, concert, and music theater performer joins the Rowan faculty as an adjunct instructor of voice for the music theater tract. Mr. Saverine has earned degrees from the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts (now UARTS), Wichita State University and the University of Central Oklahoma where he was full-time lecturer teaching Music Theater History, Interview and Audition, History of Music, and Applied Voice for both the Music and Music Theater Divisions.
Nick has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Highlights include the American premiers of Zimmermann's Die Soldaten (Boston), Baber's Rumplestiltskin (Philadelphia), Sullivan's Ivanhoe (Boston), and Adam's Nixon in China (Vienna, Austria). On Broadway and in touring productions Nick has stared in Lloyd-Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, Schoenberg's Les Miserables, Tesori's Caroline or Change, Lloyd-Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Steiman's Dance of the Vampires. Regionally Nick has been seen in numerous musicals including Sunset Boulevard, The Secret Garden, The Will Rogers Follies, Footloose, Cats, The Man of LaMancha, The Most Happy Fella, Camelot, A Christmas Carol, Nunsense,Amen!, Oliver! to name but a few. Since returning home to South Jersey, Nick has performed in Philadelphia with the Walnut Street Theater, Prince Theater, People's Light and Theater, Arden Theater and the Media Theater. Nick is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, and the Actor's Equity Association.