Nathan Large is a multiple award-winning Director, writer, singer and actor. He started out at the age of 5 with the Johnny Young Talent School in Parramatta learning Acting, Singing and various genres of dance including Jazz, Tap and Ballet. He also travelled NSW with the Sydney Schools Junior Dance Ensemble and performed in many elite festivals. In high school he excelled in drama, topping his class in the selective performing arts high school at Northmead and continued to top his drama class and was the recipient of the OUTSTANDING IN DRAMA award multiple times.
After focusing on managing racehorse stables for 15 years which saw him taking a long hiatus from his life-long love of the performing arts Nathan returned to his roots 7 years ago, training for 2 years with a singing coach and performing live and appearing in a few short films and doing some voiceover work and the occasional theatre role. He then wrote and Directed POPCORN HIGH-THE MUSICAL in 2017 produced by Ruby Productions which was a sell-out success. He went on to win an award for Best Director for the show.
He has since written two more stage shows with young casts and has also co-directed two children’s shows working with children from 5 and up and won 2 awards for Musical Direction. He has also recently spent time teaching drama classes for the Penrith Uniting Church where he wrote and directed a play for the students.
In 2018 he opened the doors at WOW P.A.A in the Macarthur region. Since opening WOW student numbers continue to grow and April 2019 saw the opening of the first WOW production GREASE jr which was staged at the Camden Civic Centre. Nathan and WOW are currently working on their next production ALADDIN jr! There is plenty more big shows and opportunities for students and people of all ages who want to be a part of WOW to come including THE BODYGUARD, THE WIZARD OF OZ and THE ADDAMS FAMILY coming in 2020!
Nathan is dedicated to moulding children into better performers and one day wants to have a long list of working professional PERFORMERS in his alumni. Some are already well on their way.