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#FFB: NADIA BROWN

"Q: Can we start from the beginning… What’s been your journey to Broadway? 

A: I began dancing at The Maria Priadka School of Dance at 6 years old, and began dancing competitively at the age of 10. I did not begin acting until I was a junior in high school, and was pleasantly surprised when I got into the BFA Acting program at Marymount Manhattan College. I graduated Summa Cum Laude and was awarded the Gold Key in Acting (the highest achievement for an Acting student at MMC) . After graduation, I began working professionally at regional theatres in New Jersey earning EMC points, I studied at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and I earned my Equity card at The National Black Theatre in Harlem. I am still unrepresented (currently looking), and have always believed in self-submitting. In October 2018 I submitted myself through Actor’s Access for Rose Granger-Weasley and five rounds of callbacks later…booked Broadway." .......

Read the rest of Nadia's interview for "Fit for Broadway" here.

Photos & Interview by Jane Jourdan.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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REVIEWS

Hysterical! 

"The captivating Nadia Brown.." - Dan Q. Dao, Time Out

Read the full review here. 

 

Winner of NYC FRINGE's Overall Excellence in Acting Award. See all the winners here

& Juliet

"Nadia Brown is full of passionate intensity, and nicely delineates Annie as herself and Annie as Juliet."

- Madeline Schulman, The LINK News

Read the full review here.

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The Learned Ladies

Read the NJ Arts review.

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