Ray Nardelli | Goodman Theatre

Artist Bio

Ray Nardelli

Ray Nardelli

(Bio as of March 2018)

Ray Nardelli's returns to the Goodman, where credits include Two Trains Running; Pullman Porter BluesThe Jungle Book; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark; The Happiest Song Plays Last; Race; The Good Negro; The Long Red Road; High Holidays; Boleros for the Disenchanted; The Crowd You’re In With; Rock ’n’ Roll; Ain’t Misbehavin’; The Cook; Crumbs From the Table of Joy; Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky; The Story; Electricidad (Jeff Award); Proof; By the Music of the Spheres; The Gift Horse; Schoolgirl Figure and four seasons of A Christmas Carol. Chicago credits include work at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Court Theatre, Congo Square Theatre Company, American Theater Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Northlight Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, Lookingglass Theatre Company and Victory Gardens Theater. His off-Broadway credits include Lookingglass Alice at The New Victory Theater, and regionally, his work has appeared at the Dallas Theater Center, Syracuse Stage, Alliance Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, McCarter Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage Company, the Alley Theatre, Meadow Brook Theatre, Notre Dame Summer Shakespeare and the American Girl Theatre (New York and Chicago). Mr. Nardelli has received four Jeff Awards and eight nominations. National tour production work includes War Horse, The Book of Mormon, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Les Misérables, Flea, Jersey Boys, Wicked, Rock of Ages, 9 to 5, The Lion King, Billy Elliot, Come Fly With Me, Potted Potter, concerts with Kristin Chenoweth, Cats, La Cage aux Folles, Mary Poppins and Peter Pan. Pre-Broadway productions include Bring It On The Musical, Ann, The Addams Family, The Light in the Piazza, All Shook Up, Death of a Salesman and Moonlight and Magnolias. Mr. Nardelli has composed music for over 400 films, television programs, DVDs and computer games worldwide, and has recorded, mixed and edited eight original musical cast recordings.

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