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The Nance

THE NANCE

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Portrayed with shiny expertise and dark conviction by Nathan Lane

Ben Brantley, The New York Times

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Suzie: “Wonderful! ”

Absolutely loved this play! It leaves the audience with something to thin... more »

Kerman Raines: “Perfect Part For Nathan Lane”

Okay. I'm a long time fan of Nathan Lane. But, I have been waiting for a ... more »

J Branzburg: “Don't Trust This Theater”

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Official: THE NANCE to Be Recorded for PBS' LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER Series


2013-08-09 12:08:13 from BWW News Desk

As BroadwayWorld reported last night, THE NANCE will soon hold three encore performances, at which PBS will film the show. BroadwayWorld has confirmed that it will be featured as a part of the 'Live from Lincoln Center' series, to be broadcast on a later date.  more »

Nathan Lane Will Go On in THE NANCE Tonight Despite Foot Injury


2013-07-25 16:18:51 from BWW News Desk

Earlier today, BroadwayWorld confirmed that 2013 Tony nominee Nathan Lane was injured during a performance of THE NANCE last night and had to be replaced by his understudy, Stephen DeRosa. BWW has now confirmed that Lane will indeed go on in tonight's performance at the Lyceum Theatre despite his injury.  more »

Nathan Lane Injures Foot & Leg During NANCE Performance


2013-07-25 12:08:48 from BWW News Desk

BroadwayWorld has confirmed that 2013 Tony nominee Nathan Lane was injured during a performance of THE NANCE last night and was unable to complete the show. A Lincoln Center Theater representative told BroadwwayWorld: 'The status of his injury is unknown for now, but he is at home resting today.'  more »

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