Mark Nimar is an emerging artist who performs regularly in New York City, New England, and abroad. Mark frequently jumps between the worlds of opera and musical theater. Recently, he played the role of Brother Ben Owens in Happy End at the New School for Drama’s Bank Street Theatre. Other roles include Remendado in Carmen with the Secret Opera, Phinneas in A Taste of Damnation at the Manhattan School of Music, Gelsomino in il Viaggio a Reims with the Mannes Opera under the baton of Metropolitan Opera conductor Joseph Colaneri, and the Priest in the New York Premiere of Daniel Catan’s il Postino, also with Mannes Opera. Mark also appeared in the film Beneath Contempt, which had screenings at the Slamdance Film Festival, the Brooklyn Film Festival, and the Independent Film Festival of Boston.
He holds a master's degree in vocal performance at the Mannes College the New School for Music, earned Spring 2016. Mark loves what he does, and believes strongly in the role art plays in bringing beauty, inspiration, and hope to society at large.