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Saturday
Jun112016

Episode Three: Dreaming With...Paul Alexander Nolan

In our third episode of Dreaming With… Adam interviews actor/singer Paul Alexander Nolan, and Jefferson correlates two of Paul’s dreams. Paul is currently starring as "Jimmy Ray Dobbs" in Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Bright Star at The Cort Theatre (138 West 48th Street, New York, NY, between 6th & 7th Avenue). Bright Star is nominated for 5 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and is the Winner of the Best Musical and Best Score Awards from the Outer Critics Circle. Tickets available here. Show page click here.

Paul Alexander Nolan

Paul’s Credits –Most recently was Off-Broadway in Daddy Long Legs directed by John Caird. Broadway: Doctor Zhivago ("Pasha/Strelnikov," 2015 OCC nomination), Once ("Guy"), Jesus Christ Superstar ("Jesus"). Regional: Aida (Kansas City Starlight); Jesus Christ Superstar and Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (La Jolla Playhouse); six seasons with the Stratford Festival, including As You Like It ("Orlando"), The Grapes of Wrath ("Al"), Cyrano de Bergerac ("Valvert"), West Side Story ("Tony," dir. Gary Griffin), Jesus Christ Superstar ("Jesus") and The Who’s Tommy ("Cousin Kevin").

For more on Paul be sure to visit his website and follow him on Twitter!

For more on Bright Star click here and follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram!


The Original Broadway Cast Recording of Bright Star is available on iTunes and Amazon.

More links…

Adam Rothenberg

Jefferson Harman

The Algonquin Hotel

Thanks for watching!

© 2016 Adam Rothenberg & Jefferson Harman. All rights reserved.

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