2014 Helen Hayes Award

for Outstanding Resident Musical!

for A CHORUS LINE at the Olney Theatre

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“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)

“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)

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)

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)