FEUD: Capote vs. The Swans
"Ice Water in Their Veins"
"The Secret Inner Lives of Swans"
Now streaming on Hulu!
NASH SET TO APPEAR IN RYAN MURPHY'S FEUD
J. Richey Nash's next TV appearance will be in the star-studded second season of Ryan Murphy's FEUD: Capote vs. The Swans! Directed by Academy Award nominee Gus Van Sant and written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Jon Robin Baitz, the show focuses on the scandalous true story of author Truman Capote and his inner circle of New York socialites, whom he called his "swans." Nash will play Winston Guest, husband of CZ Guest (Chloë Sevigny). FEUD: Capote vs. The Swans premieres January 31st on FX and then streams on Hulu. Don't miss it!
CROWDED HOURS NOW AVAILABLE ON AUDIBLE
The podcast Crowded Hours features J. Richey Nash playing several roles in multiple episodes! This compelling story is based on the life of Alice Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt's unconventional daughter. The fantastic script was penned by Judy Becker and directed by the incomparable Kimberly Senior. Emma Roberts stars in the title role, with Tony Goldwyn supporting. Crowded Hours is available now on Audible.com.
NASH APPEARS ON LAW & ORDER: SVU
This season on Law & Order: SVU, J. RIchey Nash plays Bill Edmondson, the protective father of a high school debate star entwined in a rape case. The episode, entitled "Debatable," unfolds as Benson (Mariska Hargitay) tries to help a student after she’s assaulted on a field trip. You can catch Law & Order: SVU on NBC's streaming platform. Tune in to check it out!
DIARRA FROM DETROIT AT TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL
The new TV series Diarra from Detroit will feature J. RIchey Nash in the opening scene of the pilot episode! This dark comedy is set to have its world premiere in June at the Tribeca Film Festival and will subsequently air on BET+. More info on festival and air dates/times to follow. Stay tuned...
NASH APPEARS IN MARVEL PODCAST WASTELANDERS
J. Richey Nash has entered the Marvel Universe! Wastelanders, the sixth and final installment in Marvel's epic digital audio series, features Nash playing several roles in multiple episodes. The podcast stars Dylan Baker as Doctor Doom, Timothy Busfield as Star-Lord, Stephen Lang as Hawkeye, Robert Patrick as Wolverine, and Susan Sarandon as Black Widow. Wastelanders can be found on SiriusXM, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts. Grab your earbuds, tune in, and enjoy!
DEATH OF A STREETCAR NAMED VIRGINIA WOOLF
Lean Ensemble Theater's stage production of the parody Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf finished a successful run on Hilton Head Island, SC at the beginning of May. Written by Tim Sniffen and directed by Blake White, this wacky comedy explores what would happen if some of the most recognizable characters from classic 20th century American plays found themselves sharing the same stage. In the show, J. Richey Nash played the iconic role of Willy Loman, the down-on-his-luck patriarch from Death of a Salesman.
CLICK HERE to find out more information on Lean Ensemble's upcoming 2022-23 season!
NASH APPEARS IN BEKAH BRUNSTETTER'S THE CAKE
J. Richey Nash recently appeared in Mill Mountain Theatre's stage production of The Cake! Inspired by true events, the hilarious and poignant play by Bekah Brunstetter (NBC's This is Us) follows the story of Della, a bake shop owner who is forced to reexamine her deeply held Christian beliefs when she is asked to bake a wedding cake for two brides, one being the daughter of her best friend. In the show, Nash portrayed the character of Tim, Della's loving but distant husband.
The Cake was well-received by audiences and the press. CLICK HERE to read the Roanoke Times review of the production.
BIG DOGS TV SERIES RELEASED ON AMAZON, TUBI
The original TV show BIG DOGS, a crime thriller series based on the book Rivers of Gold by Adam Dunn, is now available on Amazon Prime and Tubi! J. Richey Nash makes a guest appearance in episode 3 entitled "Things I've Done."
BIG DOGS is set in a violent, anarchic alternate reality of New York City besieged by race riots, financial collapse, and a surging crime wave. An illicit underworld economy is thriving while an experimental NYPD unit uses undercover taxis to crack down on the chaotic drug trade in a fight for control of both the city and the country at large.
Check out the BIG DOGS website to watch the series trailer and get all the latest info on the show.
SHAKESPEARE ON FILM: DARK THINGS
J. Richey Nash recently portrayed the role of Brabantio in a short film adaption of William Shakespeare's Othello entitled Dark Things. The film had its world premiere screening at the Katonah Classic Stage Film Festival in August of 2021.
INDIE FEATURE THE UNBORN NOW AVAILABLE
The Unborn is now available on DVD, Blu-Ray, cable/satellite on-demand, and on most major streaming services such as Amazon, iTunes, Google Play. and Vudu! The independent feature, produced by the creative team at MiLa Media, was written by Danny Matier and directed by Tal Lazar. Nash makes a cameo appearance in the film.
Set in an abandoned train station scheduled for demolition, the film centers on two unwitting security guards who make a grim discovery while making the rounds during their last night on the job.
To check out the movie's trailer, CLICK HERE.
A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2
J. Richey Nash appeared in Lean Ensemble Theatre's production of A Doll's House, Part 2 by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath. The play explores, in uproarious fashion, the emotional chaos that results when Nora Helmer returns to the home from which she exited fifteen years earlier. Nash performed the role of Nora's jilted husband, Torvald.
Lean's production, presented in Hilton Head, SC, was met with strong critical praise. CLICK HERE to read the Island Packet's show review.
NASH FILMS INDIE DON'T WRITE ME OFF
J. Richey Nash performed a supporting role in the independent film Don't Write Me Off from writer/director YuQing Chi. The movie is the coming of age story of Echo, a young woman forced to leave her life behind after a tragic event. Nash appears in the film as Echo's ailing father. Don't Write Me Off screened at the California Women's Film Festival and also was honored by the Los Angeles Film Awards in 2019.
RAVE REVIEW FOR CLYBOURNE PARK
"An electric, clenched-fist performance" is how Carolina Curtain Call described J. Richey Nash's work in the Warehouse Theatre's recent production of Clybourne Park. CLICK HERE to read the full review!
LIVE-EVIL NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON PRIME
Live-Evil (aka Grave Walkers), the supernatural horror film from writer/director Ari Kirschenbaum, is now available for instant streaming on Amazon! In the movie, Richey plays the role of Eric, a sheriff's deputy in a rural town suddenly hit by a series of disturbing events on Halloween night.
The independent feature marks the second time Richey has worked with the Live-Evil director, having previously appeared in Kirschenbaum's first film Fabled.
MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS REVIEW
J. Richey Nash appeared in Mill Mountain Theatre's hit production of Moonlight and Magnolias, written by Ron Hutchinson and directed by Jay Briggs. This madcap comedy about the making of the movie Gone with the Wind received glowing critical praise. CLICK HERE to read The Roanoke Times review of the show.
Check out photo stills from the production by clicking on the thumbnails on the left.
HITTING THE CYCLE AVAILABLE ON DVD & STREAMING
Hitting the Cycle, the feature film written, produced and directed by J. Richey Nash, is available for purchase or rental online! Buy the DVD today on Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and FamilyVideo.com, among other online retailers. You can also download/stream the movie instantly on Amazon Prime Video! In the production, Richey plays the lead role of “Rip,” a down-on-his-luck professional baseball player who returns to his long-forgotten hometown to confront his troubled past. For more info on the movie, visit the official Hitting the Cycle website and Facebook page!
NASH TALKS HITTING THE CYCLE AT THE SAG FOUNDATION
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation presented J. Richey Nash's film Hitting the Cycle for SAG-AFTRA members in Los Angeles as part of the Foundation’s Independent Feature Film Screening Series. The event, moderated by Dennis Baker, included a post-screening conversation with Richey and HTC co-director Darin Anthony. To watch the replay, click the video window above!
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