Press

“The Little Sparrow dipped and soared through Town Hall, as a roster of downtown performers sang the praises of the French chanteuse, Edith Piaf, in a swift, dramatically charged centennial celebration.”
Piaf: A Centennial Celebration, directed by Nathan Brewer
-Stephen Holden, New York Times

“Directed with much love by Nathan Brewer… this wonderful show should travel around the globe. It was one of the most enjoyable experiences I have ever had.”
Cinderella, The American Pops Orchestra
-Joel Markowitz, DC Metro Theatre Arts

A Broadway Christmas was an evening of delicious holiday music with special guests Elaine Paige and Matt Doyle. Directed by Nathan Brewer, A Broadway Christmas brought the audience a holiday spirit well needed for these turbulent times.”
-David Siegel, DC Metro Arts

“A frothy, fizzy, unequivocal delight”
Make Someone Happy: A 60’s Cocktail Party, directed by Nathan Brewer
-Gary McMIllan, DC Metro Arts

Grand Hotel was listed as one of the “Top 10 productions in 2012” by Jack Felix in the Williamsport Sun Gazette.

“Penn State Theatre perfects Grand Hotel: It’s an attractive, brilliantly conceived and wonderfully directed production. There is a confluence of excellence in all phases of the show.” –Harry Zimbler for Centre Daily Times (Grand Hotel, Pennsylvania Centre Stage)

“Under the direction of Nathan Brewer, the times are captured brilliantly. A sumptuous theatrical experience.” –Michael Casper for Altoona Mirror (Grand Hotel, Pennsylvania Centre Stage)

“Plaudits to Centre Stage’s creative team and director Nathan Brewer, who used every conceivable inch of the Pavilion’s relatively small space to imaginatively stage Grand Hotel. –Jack Felix for Williamsport Sun Gazette

Sweeney Todd is given a superb revival by a relatively new group in the area. Director Nathan Brewer has a company that looks like it has been together for years. They use the audience as sounding boards throughout the performance, and one merely has to look into their eyes to see the passion and intensity, close up and exceptionally personal—and exciting.”
—Stuart Duncan for The Princeton Packet

Photo: Russ Rowland