Nathan Dame

Visiting Artist-in-Residence in Theater

ndame@wesleyan.edu

BA Weber State University

Nathan Dame

Nathan Dame is originally from Ogden, Utah. He lives in Brooklyn and makes his
living as a music director and writer for theater. He has had plays developed by
Roundabout Theatre Company, Portland Center Stage (JAW Fest 2016), The New
Group, and Barrow Street Theater, among others. He co-orchestrated the recent
national tour of the new musical An Officer and a Gentleman. His musical adapted
from Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle, written with Rob Baumgartner, has been
developed at Goodspeed Musicals and Bucks County Playhouse. Some credits as
Music Director include: Off-Broadway: Pretty Filthy (The Civilians, Original Cast
Recording); Dying For It (Atlantic Theater Company); Mr. Burns (associate music
director, Playwrights Horizons); What's It All About? (assoc. music director, New
York Theatre Workshop. Regional: Be More Chill (Two River Theater, Original Cast
Recording); A Little Night Music (Berkshire Theatre Group); Fly By Night (assoc.
music director, Dallas Theater Center). Developmental work at Playwrights
Horizons, Ars Nova, Roundabout, Goodspeed, The O’Neill Theater Center, Aspen
Theatre Festival, among many others.

Academic Affiliations

Office Hours

Monday 12:30 - 1:20 or by Zoom, on request.

Courses

Fall 2024
THEA 279 - 01
Music Theater Workshop