KT Sullivan & Mark Nadler


Mark Nadler starred in and co-wrote the off-Broadway Gershwin revue, American Rhapsody which was nominated for a Drama Desk and two Lucille Lortel Awards and received the Manhattan Association Of Cabarets (MAC) Award for Outstanding Musical Revue. Additionally, he received the MAC award three years in a row for outstanding Musical Comedy Performer and in 1990 Mark was given the MAC award for his performance of five different interacting characters in his one man Opera in Honky-Tonk, Red Light, co-written with Dawn Hampton. For his show, Tschaikowsky (and Other Russians), which he performed in New York’s Algonquin Hotel, Firebird Supper Club and San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater, Mark was awarded the 2003 Bistro Award for “Continuing To Raise The Standards Of Cabaret Performance.” He also won the 1994 Bistro Award for outstanding singer/instrumentalist and the 2000 Bistro Award for Outstanding Revue for directing, conceiving and music directing Hard Candy; the songs of Carol Hall. He created and co-stars in Something Wonderful: Richard Rodgers In Song which he has been touring with since 2001 and Always: The Love Story of Irving Berlin, which he created and performs with KT Sullivan and for which he received the 2004 Nightlife Award and the 2004 MAC Award, both for Outstanding Revue. Other shows that Mark has created and performs with Ms. Sullivan are Everything's Coming Up Roses: The Music of Jule Styne and A Fine Romance: The Lyrics of Dorothy Fields.

Mark has performed at Carnegie Hall with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops Orchestra and has been a soloist with the Baltimore Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Ottawa Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony and others. He has play New York’s Town Hall and in almost every significant night-club in New York City, and Los Angeles, notably, four seasons at Sardi’s, The Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel, two years of Thursdays at the Cinegrill in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Maxim’s and the West Bank Cabaret where he was, at the age of nineteen, the house master-of-ceremonies and musical director. Abroad, Mark has performed in England, France, Belgium, Holland and Australia.

On Broadway Mark appeared as "The Fingers On The Keys" in Dame Edna: The Royal Tour and Pinky Pickles in The Sheik of Avenue ‘B’. At Lincoln Center, Mark co-wrote, directed and starred in The Nose Knows, a tribute to Jimmy Durante for the "Reel to Real" series. Other New York theatrical credits include Nicky in Noel Coward’s The Vortex for

New Directions Theatre and leading roles in John Glines’ productions of Robert Patrick’s Untold Decades and To Dinner With Friends.. Favorite regional roles have been Tony Whitcomb, the outrageous hair-dresser in the Ft. Lauderdale and San Francisco companies of Shear Madness and the octogenarian piano-ukulele and chimes playing, dancing and singing Miss Mabel in Radio Gals, (a role which he reprised for the cast album).

On television Mark played Freddie Martini on, and was the musical director of Café DuArt, as well as numerous other television guest appearances. Mark was the miming ring-master of the international Cirque du Monde. Academy Award nominee, Ray Errol Fox, captured one of Mark's wild evenings at Sardi's (where a caricature of MarkNadler hangs on the wall amongst the other stars) in Mark Nadler's Broadway Hootenanny, Live from Sardi's which is available on DVD. Mark is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy.