Stephen Nachamie

Stephen is an award winning New York based director. He is at home directing both plays and musicals. His work has been seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Regionally, internationally and on Film. 

Broadway: She Loves Me (2016 Tony Winning Revival / PBS, Broadway HD) – Associate Director)

Chess and Funny Girl Concerts (Actor’s Fund – Assistant Director).

Film/TV/Industrial: Bang! Boom! Pow! (with John Wesley Shipp), Macy’s Singing Christmas Tree (91st Annual Thanksgiving Parade – NBC), Jersey Christmas (Winner Golden Door International Film Festival- Best Music Video), Winning New York (Screenplay/Lyrics by Christine Toy Johnson, Music by Bobby Cronin  - Winner Audience Choice Award – NewFilmakersNY Festival).

New York Theatre: Small Town Confessions (with Alice Ripley and Daisy Eagan), Animals Out of Paper (Hudson Stage Co.), Little Shop of Horrors – Off-Broadway, Broadway and Beyond (with Alan Menken), Irving Berlin’s Land that I Love (Inside Broadway – Tour) Buyer and Cellar, My Name Is Asher Lev, Becoming Dr. Ruth and Rounding Third (Penguin Rep), Mr. Confidential, Foreverman  (NYMF, New World Stages Award), Naughty/Nice (Producer’s Circle), Driving Miss Daisy, West Side Story, It’s A Wonderful Life - A Radio Play, I Hate Hamlet (Harbor Lights Theatre Co), Faraway Bayou (with Nikki M. James), Waldrop and Ross’ Luck! The Musical (York Theatre with Faith Prince), Into the Woods – (CAP21/NYU), The 25th Anniversary Production Of Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song Trilogy (starring Seth Rudetsky),

Regional and Tours: Sex with Strangers, 4000 Miles (Capital Rep), A Chorus Line (Olney Theatre – Helen Hayes Award, Best Musical), The Judy Garland Songbook (Omaha Symphony), The Whipping Man (Omaha Playhouse), Hello Out There (Goodspeed New Musicals Festival). Tick, Tick...Boom! and Gutenberg! (New Rep), Lady Day (Capital City Theatre, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre), Camelot, 1776 (Olney Theatre), West Side Story (North Carolina Theatre and Italian Tour), Dreamgirls (West Virginia Public).  The Sunshine Boys and Almost, Maine (Barnstormers Theatre).  The World Goes Round (Regional Tour)

Stephen began his career while in high school in NYC as a PA for the Original run of Little Shop of Horrors Off-Broadway.