"The play never pauses thanks to an energetic, driven production directed by Nancy Murray."   John Barry - Baltimore City Paper.


  Director's Note:

 I believe a director's role is to organize and to orchestrate the      creative vision of every member of a production team - not just
her own. I read a script wholly dedicated to the vision of the          playwright.  I approach a set, stage and costume designer to        give my conceptual ideas and then I step aside to allow for each  individual to bring their specific talent to the task. It is essential    that each actor understand their role in a deeply personal way so we  analyze the script to find our own connections to it and then we work to communicate that connection to the audience. In the end, I believe a director is similar to a conductor who coordinates an ensemble of talent that blends together with surprisingly harmonious results.  It's a beautiful process!



Most Recent Production:

A DOLL HOUSE, by Henrik Ibsen

 Performing Arts at CCBC Essex

Nancy Murray

Photography by Philip Laubner and Dave Frey

A Doll House, by Henrik Ibsen; A Piece of My Heart, by Shirley Lauro; Arcadia, by Tom Stoppard; Jarvis Legends Borrowed Skin, by Julie Lewis; Maryland One Act Festival, Silver Spring Stage; Good Art, Good Riddance - Load Of Fun Gallery; Laura, By Vera Caspar; A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams; Murder on the Nile, By Agatha Christie; Broken Glass by Arthur Miller; Graceland by Ellen Byron; I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick; Talley's Folly, by Landford Wilson; Beckett by Jean Anouilh; Saint Sylvia by Nan Patterson.

Performing Arts at CCBC; Johns Hopkins Barnstormers; Spotlighters Theater; Fells Point Corner Theater, Vagabons, Silver Spring Stage, Signature Theater, Run of the Mill Theater