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PATH New Music Theater's Simulacrum at 3LD Art & Technology Center, June 2018

"Much the same can be said for Sullivan who handled the staccato vocal effects and obsessive gestures with impressive strength and precision. Sullivan's pivoting from Elias to bionic leg was so credible..." —John Hohmann, Schmopera
 As Elias/Bionic Leg in PATH New Music Theater's  Simulacrum   (photo credit:  Pierre Lidar )

As Elias/Bionic Leg in PATH New Music Theater's Simulacrum (photo credit: Pierre Lidar)


 As Avery in Jonathan Fadner's & Scott R. Ritter's  Avery and Ainsley   (photo credit:  Steven Pisano )

As Avery in Jonathan Fadner's & Scott R. Ritter's Avery and Ainsley (photo credit: Steven Pisano)

Avery and Ainsley, part of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program's The Dinner Party Operas, May 2018

"AVERY AND AINSLEY, music by Jonathan Fadner, libretto by Scott R. Ritter, directed by Diane Machlin, showed a deft hand for comedy along with sociological insights[....]Yoojin Lee and Nathaniel Sullivan were the winning couple." —Richard Sasanow, Broadway World

J. S. Bach's Mass in B Minor, BWV 232, with the Blanche Moyse Chorale & Memorial Orchestra, October 2017

"[Sullivan's] natural expressiveness and warmth gave a joyful quality to the 'Et in Spiritum Sanctum.'" —Jim Lowe, Rutland Herald
 In the greenroom at the Brattleboro Music Center  (L to R: Nathaniel Sullivan,  Katherine Maysek ,  Mary Westbrook-Geha ,  Hyunah     Yu , &  Steven Paul Spears

In the greenroom at the Brattleboro Music Center (L to R: Nathaniel Sullivan, Katherine Maysek, Mary Westbrook-Geha, Hyunah Yu, & Steven Paul Spears


 Onstage at the Daniel Arts Center, Bard College Simon's Rock  (Nathaniel Sullivan, L; Maestro  James Bagwell , R)

Onstage at the Daniel Arts Center, Bard College Simon's Rock (Nathaniel Sullivan, L; Maestro James Bagwell, R)

HK Gruber's Frankenstein!! with The Orchestra Now, October 2017

"The key to the show is that crazed chansonnier, who alternates narration with strutting, marching in place and whipping out a battery of kazoos, whistles, pipes and other kiddie noise makers[....]baritone Nathaniel Sullivan put on a virtuoso show in the part." —Andrew L. Pincus, The Berkshire Eagle
"Mr. Sullivan is a marvelous actor, his chanting/singing/falsetto was to the point. He showed humor (a well-rehearsed humor), gave allegiance to both music and words. And gave[...]as ebullient a performance as could be expected." —Harry Rolnick, ConcertoNet