Nikaury Rodriguez

Nikaury Rodriguez

Nikaury Rodriguez is a Dominican-American actor, director, writer, teaching artist, conflict resolution specialist and diversity trainer from New York City. From age 17 on, Nikaury has worked as an actor in theatre, film, and television.

Most recent acting credits include: She Hates Coffee, The Pet Play, Exile Is My Home, Chase: what matters most, Ballad of the Mute Swan, Up Theater Company’s Joseph K Comma, Bertolt Brecht’s Baal, Hoi Polloi’s All Hands, Up Theatre Co.'s The Chalkboard Trilogy, TS Eliot's Murder In The Cathedral, She of the Voice at PS122, Hoi Polloi's presentation of Susan-Lori Parks 365 Days/365 Plays Festival (The Public Theater), as well as numerous corporate-training Interactive theatre/videos and voice-over work.

As a teaching artist, she has worked with organizations such as Repertorio Español, Theatre Development Fund, ArtsConnection, Manhattan Theatre Club, MCC, Kipp Star Charter Schools, and Bank Street College in New York City. Nikaury holds a BA in Sociology and Theatre from Hunter College (CUNY), certified by PACT as a conflict-resolution specialist, and is trained in Agusto Boal's Theatre Of The Oppressed.