Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nathan Alexander
1632 W Belmont Apt. 316
Chicago, IL 60657
Nathan Alexander is a theatre artist based in Chicago, IL. There he is continuing his theatrical
education at DePaul University, attaining a degree in Theatre Arts. Along with collegiate
experience, he has also taken classes at Second City and worked on small projects around the city.
Before moving to Chicago, he was heavily involved in various capacities of community theatre.
These theatres include Center Stage, Slightly Off Center Players, Art Park Players, Baytown Little
Theatre, Fort Bend Theatre and Inspiration Stage.
Cinderella KIDS! —Camp Director, Inspiration Stage, Sugarland,TX — Summer 2015
This production was a condensed, one-week rehearsal process with a ﬁnal performance at the end
of the same week. The age range of the students was 4-12.
Professor’s Assistant, DePaul University, Chicago, IL — 2014-Present
The function of this position is to provide administrative assistance to a professor, Barry Brunetti,
at the institution.
Assistant Director, DePaul University, Chicago, IL — November/December 2014
Under the guidance of Sigrid Sutter, the role of Assistant Director was performed for an in-house
production of Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl. Given the environment of this production, the piece
became more oriented on process rather than ﬁnal product.
Box Ofﬁce Manager, Mary-Arrchie Theatre, Chicago, IL — February 2014
As box ofﬁce manager, there were several aspects of the ticketing process were maintained (i.e.
ticket sales, reservations, house numbers, returns, etc.) for Mary-Arrchie’s production of Crime and
Assistant Director, DePaul University Chicago, IL — November/December 2013
In Kelvin Wong’s production of Marat/Sade, the opportunity to work with more experienced
actors, including separate rehearsal time and active participation in the notes process, was an
The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago, IL — B.F.A. Theatre Arts, 2016
Managerial abilities, vocal performance and instruction, educational experience, improvisation