Nancy has worked as a producer, director, writer and actor in the professional theater encompassing Broadway, non-profit theater, Off-Broadway and the cabaret circuit for over twenty-five years. A native of Delaware, this classically-trained performer earned a B.A. in Theater at the University of Delaware and studied acting and playwrighting in several theater schools in New York City including a brief stint with the Royal Shakespeare Company. She has taught acting and writing through the Delaware Arts Council and the New York Council Theater for a New Audience programs. Nancy served as an adjudicator for the Samuel French New Play Festival and the Delaware Theater Company student play competitions. For several years she wrote play and book reviews for the Philadelphia-based monthly "The Irish Edition." She retired from the professional theater and returned to her community theater roots appearing in productions at The Barnstormers, and the Chapel Street Players. She recently won an acting award for Outstanding Performance for her work in "Colorblind: the Katrina Monologues" at the Eastern Theater Association regional One-Act Play Festival competition.