STEPHEN NACHAMIE

DIRECTOR

CHOREOGRAPHER

SDC

 

NEWS! 

BENJAMIN BUTTON by Brett Boles and Natalie Tenenbaum will have two readings at the York Theatre Company August 25 and 26th!


AN EVENING WITH DANNY KAYE

will play The American Century Theatre in DC July 18- Aug 16th!

Click here for tickets!


A CHORUS LINE at the Olney Theatre

Won TWO 2014 HELEN HAYES AWARDS!!!

Best Actress in a Musical  and

Outstanding Resident Musical!


CLICK HERE for the You tube channel featuring some of my work!


REVIEWS:

Under the supervision of expert director Stephen Nachamie, (Brian) Childers breathes new life into a familiar friend.”

-Broadway World (An Evening With Danny Kaye, American Century Theatre)


“Director Stephen Nachamie, along with music director Kevin Cole and writer Samuel Bernstein have put together a winning cast with big Broadway songs to create a funny yet incredibly interesting tale of life before TMZ, and a look into the tale of the real life Mr. Confidential.”

-Stage Buddy.com (Mr. Confidential, NYMF)



“I sort of thought I was over A CHORUS LINE. Stupid of me! Stephen Nachamie's production reminded me why you should never get over it.”

Peter Marks  – The Washington Post (via Twitter)


“5 STARS!!!…Above all Nachamie’s direction showcases the heart of the story; real life at its rawest and edgiest; the desperation of those trying to survive by living the dream. This all encompassing work is visual brilliance, aural perfection and an all round marvelous show that simply has to be seen to be believed...”

-Amanda Gunter  DC Metro Arts


“Under the direction of Stephen Nachamie, the actors give meticulously shaded performances that add depth to Mr. Dresser’s lively, sometimes jokey dialogue.”

  1. -The New York Times

(Rounding Third, Penguin Rep)


Stephen Nachamie has provided a convincing staging, and the physical elements are top-notch by NYMF standards. Its heart, its spine, and its brain are all in the right places, which is no small feat for a musical that strives to do so much in such an unapologetic way.”

  1. -Talkin’ Broadway (Foreverman, NYMF)


  1. -“The cast is strong-voiced and does their best while director Stephen Nachamie ably keeps this ambitious work focused and moving along. the cast commits themselves wholly to the project with admirable passion”

  2. -Huffington Post (Foreverman, NYMF)


“The physical performances in director-choreographer Stephen Nachamie’s production are pretty witty. Nachamie and the gang keep it free, and even up-to-date: When Zack Colonna’s Charlie Brown fantasizes about being an athletic star, he Tebows.”

The Washington Post

(CHARLIE BROWN, Olney Theatre)