Alexandru Nagy is born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on the 25th of April 1990.
Bachelor of Arts in Acting at ”I. L. Caragiale” NUTAC The National University of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography, Bucharest – 2012
Master of Arts in Theatre Directing at East 15 Acting School, London – University of Essex – UK 2013
As an actor, he starred in a versatile repertoire in theaters like: Metropolis (The Wall, Two Lines, 10 for New York, Konkurs); Romanian Playwrights (Dona Juana); Comedy (Mon Cher, we’re doomed!); lorgean theatre (The Painting); Mask (Salome); Godot Cafe-Theater (Fools under the moonlight, A pocket full of bread, Airport) and Elisabeta (Nameless Star).
As a director he staged both in theaters and unconventional spaces such as: Romanian Cultural Institute London (The Body of a Woman as a Battlefield in The Bosnian War by Matei Vișniec); Odeon Theater (Malaga by Lukas Bärfuss); Godot Cafe-Theatre (Fools under the moonlight by Teodor Mazilu and Airport by Ștefan Caraman); Mignon (Words Cabaret by Matei Vișniec); Suceava Water Plant (The Human Trashcan & The Rat King by Matei Vișniec); 8pt – walk-through performance (CASTING– monologues from Shakespeare to Contemporary, M&M by Ștefan Caraman, The Human Trashcan by Matei Vișniec, Starshitting by Jean-Lorin Sterian, The Painting by Eugène Ionesco, M2 Berceni-Pipera by Cormac McCarthy and CASTING 1.7); Bragadiru Palace (Ego Sum Ovidius by Ana Maria Nistor); Theatre of Independent Professionals (In two by Matei Vișniec).
The first director who stages a theatre performance on ”Henri Coandă” International Airport, Otopeni, Romania – ”AIRPORT” by Ștefan Caraman – March 2014.
The youngest Romanian opera director (23 years old), with the staging of Giacomo Puccini’s ”Il Tabarro” at Brașov Opera House – September 2013. The production was dedicated to Maestro Vasile Moldoveanu.
Jury’s Prize for Matei Vișniec’s “A pocket full of bread” in September 2017 at ”CIFIT” Constanța International Festival of Independent Theatre.
In August 2012 at “HOP” Young Actors Gala he was awarded with “Sica Alecsandrescu” Jury’s Prize for his performance as The Man with the Stick in Matei Visniec’s “A pocket full of bread“.
In September 2012 at The Pocket Theatres Festival he won the prize for Best Actor for his performance as Gogu in Teodor Mazilu’s “Fools under the moonlight“.
As an amateur actor and director he won together with TAM “Noah’s Ark” The Amateurs Theatre over 30 awards for Best Actor, Best Director or Best Performance.
He continued improving his acting and coaching techniques at The Acting Studio of The Romanian-American University (2014 – 2018) and in the heart of Let it Go Acting Studio (2017 – 2018) at Godot Cafe-Theatre in Bucharest.