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NANCE SAINT JOHN is excited that live theater is back! She is delighted to be a part of this amazing cast and production team! It is quite satisfying to be portraying a human again, though Nana and the Crocodile (Peter Pan) and Mama Bear (Shrek) were great fun, too. When Nance is off-stage, she can be found quilting or taunting fellow tennis players with jokes and silly songs. Thanks to family and friends for their wonderful love and support.
Nance is in the ensemble in White Christmas.
NANDO ZAMORA was last seen setting sails as the pirate Noodler in Peter Pan. He attended a two-year conservatory at the New York Film Academy, where he was a part of many student films and is blessed to be a part of musical theater in Albuquerque and New York.
NATALIE HADLEY has performed in more than 35 musicals in the last 5 years. Her personal passion is musical theater and vocal performance. She has had the privilege of performing with the Santa Fe Opera, Albuquerque Symphony, New Mexico Young Actors, Musical Theatre Southwest, and Landmark Musicals. Natalie hopes to be moving to New York within the next year to further pursue her passion for the arts. She would like to thank Hal Simons, Myra Cochnar, Bill W and, of course, “Aunt HB” for the honor to work with such an enchanting and talented team. Musical theater is not a hobby but a lifestyle.
NATE WARREN’s recent credits include I-95 and Mass Pike at Fusion Theatre Company’s Cell Theater, Broadway Your Way! at UNM’s Theater X, Landmark’s The Fantasticks and The Music Man at the KIMO, and as Roger in UNM’s production of Rent at the Rodey. He thanks Laurie and Myra for this wonderful opportunity and also Gilbert for always supporting me.
NATHAN HERRERA is ecstatic to work with Landmark. He is also thrilled to have the opportunity to pay tribute to the brilliance of Cole Porter. You may recognize him from the broader Albuquerque stage but more often than not Nathan’s time is spent savoring the joys of raising his daughter, along with his loving wife. He dedicates his performance to the many inspiring acquaintances, trends, and soulmates he has met through the theater. Cheers!
NATHAN SIMPSON is honored to be making his Landmark Musicals premiere! A 2009 graduate of UM, Nathan has been performing on learning so much about life and art from his fellow New Mexi can theater-makers, especially the avant-gartists Tricklock Company, the hilarious and profound Blackout Theatre, the incomparable Paul Ford, the ever-wise Denise Schulz, and the rest of the faculty of the Department of Theatre and Dance. A year ago, Nathan moved to Minneapolis where he and Jenny Brass founded Make Theatre Company, an international production company that produces eco-friendly tours for theatre companies. This January and February they are bringing the extraordinary Macadames, a French physical theatre with music troupe, back to perform and teach workshops in Albuquerque, Rapid City, Sioux Falls; and Minneapolis/St.Paul. For more information, check out www.maketheatrECOmpany.com.
NATHEN ILLIDGE-WELCH is a recent transplant from New Orleans. A costume designer for regional theaters around the country, he is no stranger to the main stage, performing recently as Jeremy in The Divine Sister at Cutting Edge Theatre in Slidell, Louisiana, as well as ensemble roles in Peter Pan, The Music Man and Sweet Charity. Being involved in theater for nine years has allowed him to work and design for some of the most talented actors, designers and directors.
NICHOLAS HANDLEY has been seen on the Albuquerque stage for the past three years, most recently in the Landmark production of Ragtime and the MTS production of The Rocky Horror Show. Favorite roles include Lancelot (Spamalot), Link Larkin (Hairspray), Miles Glorious (A Funny Thing Happened…) and Adam/Felicia Jollygoodfellow (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert). Outside of the theater Nick can be found around town as a bon vivant reveling in the joies de vivre that Albuquerque has to offer. Enjoy!
NICK BARKER has been in shows since he was 5. He’s now 8. He has been in Shrek. Honk and Barnum, among others He is very excited! He’ll see you after the show. Enjoy the show and have fun! P.S. He is part jaguar but not on his father’s side.
NICO LUTZ is a theater major at UNM. Since moving to Albuquerque in 2017, they have been seen in Shrek (Guard 2, Ensemble) with ALT, Out of Order 7 (Cher), The Threepenny Opera (Lucy) with UNM and La Cage Aux Folles (Colette) with Landmark. When not acting, they enjoy karate, video games and cosplay.
NICOLE LUNDBERG studied voice for many years and has performed in the summer youth program of Opera Unlimited. She has also performed in several dinner theater productions at Tramway Community Church.
NINETTE S. MORDAUNT is ecstatic to be working with one of the best theatre groups in town. Her recent roles include Marie Curie in her own one-woman play, The Seven Ages of Manya, various roles in The House on Mango Street, and Merry Pickle in Divorce Dorm. Previous Landmark shows include The Music Man (Widow Paroo), Anything Goes (Mrs Harcourt), Oliver! (Widow Corney), and 70 Girls, 70 (Grandma). She’s lovin’ it!
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