Broadway, Film Star Nathan Lee Graham ’91 Returns to Webster for Rep’s ‘Cabaret’

| August 30, 2013
Broadway and film star Nathan Lee Graham, a 1991 graduate of Webster University's Conservatory of Theatre Arts, is back on campus for the Rep's 'Cabaret' production.

Broadway and film star Nathan Lee Graham, a 1991 graduate of Webster University’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts, is back on campus for the Rep’s ‘Cabaret’ production.

Nathan Lee Graham ’91 has had a career that Conservatory dream of – he’s walked the catwalk with Will Ferrell, he’s visited Alabama with Reese Witherspoon, he’s performed in a drag show in the remote Australian desert, and he’s helped Lisa Kudrow with her comeback.

The native St. Louisan is back on campus now, and in a very big way. Graham is in rehearsals for his leading role as the Master of Ceremonies in the upcoming Repertory Theatre of St. Louis production of “Cabaret,” which runs Sept. 11 through Oct. 6.

With a Grammy Award, Broadway roles and film credits in “Zoolander,” “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Hitch” to his name, Graham credits his versatility and success to the training he received at Webster’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts.

Read the how and why in this story at webster.edu.

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