Nico Juber is a Los Angeles-based musical theatre composer, lyricist, and bookwriter. Her debut theatrical work, MILLENNIALS ARE KILLING MUSICALS (NAMT & O'Neill NMTC 2021 Semifinalist, under development by K-Squared Entertainment), is an entirely original musical with an authentic, witty, and disarmingly heartfelt take on motherhood, the Millennial existential crisis, and the stereotypes that define a generation.
Songs from the show have been selected for: A Little New Music (pandemic-postponed), the Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP) Art of Wellness Benefit, The Latest Draft podcast, McGuire & Simon Songwriter’s Salon, and New York Theatre Barn's New Works Series (Dec 2020).
Her haunting, sci-fi short musical, HOLO, won one of the top awards in the 2020 National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT) 15-Minute Musical Challenge and had its premiere at the Beck Center for the Arts in Spring 2021 (in collaboration with Baldwin Wallace Music Theatre program & NAMT). She also currently works as a writer for Broadway Murder Mysteries.
Nico holds a B.A. from Tufts University in Philosophy and Psychology and previously worked in creative marketing for high-tech giants like Apple and Adobe. She gives back through her small nonprofit for other young adult cancer survivors called Thrive/Survive Los Angeles.
- LA/Southern California
- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Theatrical Lyricist
- Guitar - acoustic
- Guitar - electric
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