Nanette Norwood Performances
Nanette Norwood most recently worked on the role of Hannah in Tennessee Williams' most poignant drama NIGHT OF THE IGUANA. Previously, she played Estelle in NO EXIT, Gwendolyn in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, and Miriam in THE WOMEN at Marymount Manhattan Theatre.

Off-Off Broadway on 42nd Street's Theatre Row at the Nat Horne Theatre, she appeared as Nina in THE GIRL ON THE VIA FLAMINIA and Lily in MIDSUMMER. In musical theatre, Nanette played one of the Angels in ANYTHING GOES at the Manhattan Theatre and was a featured singer in a Cabaret at Hizzoner's and the Billymunk's. To add to her accomplishments, Ms. Norwood appears as a Lay Sister in the opera SUOR ANGELICA as well as to have performed and produced her own concert entitled Musical Sounds from Far Away Places.

Ms. Norwood trained in the renowned Gately-Poole studio with Richard Poole in the Meisner Technique and most recently with Larry Silverberg in Meisner Technique. She has also studied with Tara Bowles at Stella Adler and Improvisation at the Neighborhood Playhouse.

Currently Nanette is a soprano soloist with the Oceanside Chorale in Oceanside, Long Island, in addition to her solo work at St. John's Catholic Church in Manhattan @ 55th and 1st. Nannette is also currently at work on several concerts and will be doing a video of the song "Climb Every Mountain".

In her spare time Nanette enjoys a lot of outdoor sports; volleyball, tennis, swimming, jogging, hiking, sailing, and ice-skating. She is an excellent photographer, capturing the human spirit in her character studies.

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