Program Manager, School of Theater, CVPA
Building: de Laski Performing Arts Bldg
Mail Stop: 3E6
Nicholas Kfoury Horner is a singer, voice-over artist, theatre actor, and director based in Washington D.C. He has directed, taught, and performed in numerous professional and educational venues in D.C., New York, and around the country. Horner has received Voice and Theater training from renowned institutions such as Stella Adler Conservatory, The Juilliard School, Studio A.C.T. (San Francisco), The Roy Hart Institute (Paris, France), Shakespeare and Company (Lenox), Catholic University, and University of Cambridge (England). Horner earned a B.A. in Theater and an M.F.A. in Visual and Performing Arts from George Mason University where he serves as Program Manager for the School of Theater and teaches courses in Directing, Voice and Speech, and Theater Studies. He also serves as Co-director of 1,001 Plays, Mason's first international play exchange. Horner owns and operates InTune Studio– offering classical and musical theater voice and speech. His research interests include Interdisciplinary Arts, Middle Eastern Theater, Directing, and Voice and Speech.
Stop Stopping: Elemental Voice and Breath (Voice Teachers International, 2021)
The Harder Disease to Beat (LMDA Forum, 2021)
Parasite or Symbiont: Voice Stress in muscle and bone (Voice and Speech Review, 2020)
- MFA, Visual and Performing Arts - Theater, George Mason University