Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Introducing the cast of "Ordinary Days"

Nancy Anderson (Claire) has appeared on Broadway as Mona in "A Class Act" and as Helen and Eileen in "Wonderful Town." She played Lois/Bianca in the National Tour (Helen Hayes nomination) and the London premiere of "Kiss Me Kate" (Olivier nomination) filmed for PBS’ Great Performances. She can also be seen on PBS in "South Pacific" in Concert at Carnegie Hall (Reba McIntyre). Last year, she was featured in "The Women" at The Old Globe, and this past summer, she appeared in the Broadway-bound "White Noise."

David Burnham
(Jason) just returned from New York, where he played Fiyero in the Broadway production of "Wicked" after creating the role in the original Los Angeles workshop productions. He was an original Broadway cast member of the musical "The Light In The Piazza," performing both on the 2005 Tony Awards and the PBS telecast “Live From Lincoln Center.” He is the 2007 recipient of the Helen Hayes Award for best actor as well as the 2007 best actor Garland Award for his portrayal of Fabrizio in the national tour of "The Light In The Piazza."

Deborah S. Craig
(Deb) is best known for originating the role of Marcy Park on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning musical, "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee." Based on her own childhood, Marcy Park became the first Korean-American character created on Broadway and earned her critical raves as well as a Drama Desk Award. On television, she was a recurring guest star on JJ Abrams’ “Six Degrees.” She can also be seen in the feature film "Ghost Town" with Ricky Gervais, the indie comedy "818" and the upcoming film "Just Wright" with Queen Latifah.

Nick Gabriel (Warren) has played the Emcee in "Cabaret" at CenterREP, Vincent in "Beast on the Moon" and Orpheus in "Metamorphoses" at Capital Repertory Theatre, Austin in "I Love You Because" at North Coast Repertory Theatre, Sebastian in "Twelfth Night" with the Saratoga Shakespeare Company, the Charlatan in "Petrouchka" with the Albany-Berkshire Ballet, Bashmachkin in "The Overcoat" with the Egress Theatre Company at the Brooklyn Lyceum, Benny in "Martha&Me" for FringeNYC, Prince Charming in "The Magic of Frederick Loewe" with the Bandwagon Theatre Company at the Wings Theater and Howard Carter in "The Mystery of King Tut" for TheatreWorks/USA.

Check back next week for video greetings from the cast!

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