NATHAN MAURICE COOPER


"...​played to perfection by Nathan Cooper as a fabulous, whimsical, slinky siren...soaring soprano..."

Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review


"Nathan Cooper steps in as a cool, understated Frank Sinatra"

Sean Margaret Wagner, Theatre by Numbers


"Nathan Cooper appears as the Chairman of the Board himself, with the charm and vocal command to match"

Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review


"Nathan Cooper does a credible Frank Sinatra"

Alan Bresloff, Around The Town Chicago

"With help from quirky Igor (pronounced Eye-gor and played by the nimble Nathan Cooper)"

Barbara Vitello, The Daily Herald


​​"The performer moves about the room with the agility of a gymnast, projecting the look and

debauchery of a young Alan Cumming."

Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review


"Led by preternaturally seductive Nathan Maurice Cooper..."

Justin Hayford, Chicago Reader


"...highlighted by standout performances by Cleveland, Webb and Cooper, who embody their famed characters in wit, drama and shade so strong they can make the sun set."

Danielle Levsky, Newcity Stage


"A powerful voice."

Alan Bresloff, Around The Town Chicago


"...effortlessly slips into his role as DeBris’ fey little assistant."

Sharon Falduto, Iowa Theatre Blog


"Nathan Cooper has just one real moment in the spotlight, but he makes it memorable, launching his outstanding voice above all others in “Will I.” 

Diana Nollen, Cedar Rapids Gazette