NOW PLAYING: I am overjoyed to be making my debut with Pride Films and Plays for A Man of No Importance in the role of Robbie Fay! It will run October 14th thru November 10th with a possible extension to November 17th at Pride Arts Center in Chicago. Our reviews are great! Get your tickets now!

SHOW INFO: http://pridefilmsandplays.com/a-man-of-no-importance/

TICKETS: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10459326


For A Man of No Importance with Pride Films and Plays:

"The unspoken object of Alfie's affection is his handsome, streetwise coworker, Robbie Fay (the easily charismatic Nick Arceo)..."

-Hedy Weiss, WTTW


"...the role is played by the boyishly handsome Nick Arceo, a talented young actor with an earnest stage presence and lovely voice."

-Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review


"...Nick Arceo's baritone gives Robbie Fay the requisite manliness."

-Bill Esler, Buzz Center Stage


"Nick Arceo portrays Alfie's secret love Robbie Fay, with dulcet voice and earnest friendliness."

-Barry Reszel, Chicagoland Musical Theatre


For Grand Hotel with Kokandy Productions: 

"...Jeff Pierpoint and Nick Arceo stand out among the chorus."

-Bill Esler, Buzz Center Stage


For Upstairs at Pride Arts Center:

"Nick Arceo, as Horace’s older brother George, not only tinkles the ivories with style, providing accompaniment for the rest of the cast, but he has a lovely singing voice himself. Arceo provides a professional tone to the musical moments."

-Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review


For Pippin with Revival Theatre Company:

"...Arceo lets Pippin's signature song, Corner of the Sky, grow with confidence to a stunning conclusion..."

-Diana Nollen, Hoopla Now- The Gazette


"As Pippin, Nick Arceo drew the audience in from the moment Von Presley pulled him to the stage. His boyish charm kept us cheering for him, even during Pippin’s darker times. To say that he — and the whole cast, really — gave an energetic performance would be an understatement and his crisp voice brought the songs to life beautifully. Arceo captures Pippin’s quest to discover a greater purpose in life a comical, thought-provoking way and I cannot imagine a different actor playing this role."

-Meghan D'Souza, Iowa Theatre Blog


2010 - present
2010 - present


 Actor, Singer, Musician, Cabaret Artist

 Height: 5’7”                       

 Weight: 150                       

 Email: nickmarceo@gmail.com

 Voice Type: Tenor II

© 2017 by Nick Arceo.

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