Three time Broadway performer, and recording artist Nathan Lucrezio, has been working in the entertainment business for over 10 years. He recently starred as Andrew Morton in DIANA The Musical, which ran on Broadway at the Longacre Theatre and is currently on Netflix. His song "The Words Came Pouring Out" is a fan favorite and is available on the DIANA Original Broadway Cast Recording.
Nathan recently premiered his one man show The Rifferdancer at The Green Room 42 which consisted of pop music by Allen Stone, Sam Smith, and Beyonce. He also debuted five songs from his original musical UnHeard . Post DIANA, Nathan played Silky in Billy Porter's The Life at New York City Center, Ken in Smokey Joe's Cafe at North Shore Music Theater, and Scranton Slim in The Kennedy Center's production of Guys and Dolls.
Nathan began dancing at age 11, and went on to attend the World Irish Dancing Championships. Concurrently he studied theater, and was accepted into the
Penn State University’s B.F.A. Musical Theater Program. Four months after graduating, Nathan was cast as Alan DeLuca in the Broadway National Tour of A Chorus Line.
He went on to make his Broadway debut in
Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, where he made his principal debut as Lord Pinkleton. Shortly after he joined the Disney Hit Aladdin and appeared in the role of Kassim. During Aladdin, Nathan debuted his solo show at Feinstein's 54 Below, and began an online music video series, which led to the release of his solo album
Nathan Lucrezio Covers Vol. 1.
As well as a theater artist, Nathan has appeared in well known television shows such as The Equalizer, First Wives Club, and Smash.