Summer 2017: Male lead in the two-person one act "Too Naked Too Soon" at the FailSafe Festival and Narrator/Assistant to Director/Occasional Understudy for staged reading of "Newton's Cradle" at Baryshnikov Arts Center
Spring 2017: Felicite the Rose and violin in "Wonderland" at Atlantic Theater Company
Winter 2016: "Broadway's One-Hit Wonders" at Merkin Concert Hall
Fall 2016: 12-14 ballet classes a week
Summer 2016: Understudy for Michael in "Newton's Cradle" at NYMF and ensemble in "Scorched" with the Araca Project
Spring 2016: Singing in "Wall-to-Wall Stephen Schwartz" at Symphony Space and NYC solo debut in "Dido and Aeneas" at City Center
March 2016: First ballet class with Dariusz Hochman, ballet class becomes a cornerstone of daily life
May 2015: Bobby in "A Chorus Line", graduated Yale University, moved to New York City
February 2015: The Emcee in "Cabaret" at Yale University
November 2014: Riff Raff in "The Rocky Horror Show" at Yale University
October 2014: Nathaniel's first original work, "Liminal", performed at Yale University
September 2014: Realization that all baked goods should contain copious amounts of protein
May - August 2014: World Tour with the Whiffenpoofs: 28 countries in 92 days
June-August 2013: With a fellowship from Yale Nathaniel travels through Ireland (Dublin, Cork, Galway, Aran Islands) and the UK (London, Edinburgh) studying theater. He sees 68 shows in 68 days
Nathaniel knows what it's like to live in the Midwest, the East Coast, and the Emerald Isle.
Nathaniel studies with Victoria Clark, Beret Arcaya, Dariusz Hochman, and the Freeman Studio in NYC.
Nathaniel has been to over 40 countries, always with a tuxedo bag in tow.
Nathaniel spent six years studying martial arts; now he studies ballet.
Nathaniel believes that black pepper is the most important ingredient in panforte.
Nathaniel believes that the best teachers help students get out of their own way.
Nathaniel once walked Clara's "Hysteria" in Florence. "After lobby, after fountain..."
Nathaniel believes that with a powerful imagination and well-applied discipline the most powerful gifts each human possesses can be discovered, refined, and given back to the world.