Nick May is an Actor, Writer, Producer and Director. 

Nick is currently directing Missed Connections by Mark Keller for the 2018 Gay Play Day festival. Tickets are on sale now!

In November 2017, Nick directed and produced 5 Guys Chillin' by Peter Darney at Toronto's Kensington Hall. The show played to sold out houses and was remounted at The Guelph Sexuality Conference in June 2018. 

In 2014 Nick founded Theatre Topikós with collaborator, Jess Bryson to produce their first show Wordplay for Toronto’s Gay Play Day festival at the Alumnae Theatre. Their co-written show, Wordplay has also since been performed at The Bad Dog Theatre, The One More Night Festival, The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival (nominated Best New Writing), and the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Nick is a graduate of The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City. And has performed in theatres around the world. Most recently he performed in Theatre Aurora's Down Dangerous Passes Road by Michel Marc Bouchard and House of Rebels' King of the Castle at the Toronto Fringe Festival.

His most notable film accomplishment includes The Houseboy. Directed by Spencer Schilly, and released by TLA Entertainment. Additional credits include Surfacing, I Quit, and The Amazing Gayl Pile.