Nathan is currently appearing in a reprise of the role of Brother Jay in Million Dollar Quartet. Next, Nathan will take on the role of Andrej in the hit musical, Once. Both MDQ and Once are being presented at the San Antonio Public Theater.
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Music of the Night - Florida Studio Theater
"Mr. Douglass was quite the crooner on the bass while singing, "Come Rain or Come Shine", finishing with a hauntingly soulful touch on the harmonica." - Carolan Trbovich, Broadway World - Click here for full review.
"Other highlights of the first set include a three-song Rodgers and Hart medley ("I Could Write a Book," Blue Moon" and "Thou Swell"), Nathan channeling Johnny Mercer on one of the finest renditions of "Come Rain or Come Shine" I've ever heard, and the finale, "I Got Rhythm." - William S. Oser, Talkin' Broadway - Click here for full review
Heartbreak Hotel - Ogunquit Playhouse Theatre
"There's a marvelous supporting cast of performers portraying many musical legends associated with Elvis and an astonishingly talented trio performing as his backup band in bassist, Nathan Yates Douglass, drummer, Jamie Pittle, and guitarist, Matt Codina." - Dan Marois - BroadwayWorld.com - Article
"The Blue Moon Boys are expertly played by Matt Codina as Guitarist Scotty Moore, Nathan Yates Douglass as Bassist Bill Black and Jamie Pittle as Drummer DJ Fontana ... the perfect rockabilly combo." - BWW Review Roundup - BroadwayWorld.com - Article
Million Dollar Quartet - Berkshire Theatre Group
"The two sidemen, David W. Lincoln as Fluke the drummer and Nathan Yates Douglass as Perkins brother, bassist Jay Perkins, are excellent musicians. Douglass, whose character is much more of a dramatic presence, is as exciting to watch as any of the quartet players and he makes a fine counterpoint to the stronger dramatics of Perkins, Presley or Cash." - Berkshire Bright Focus
Sanders Family Christmas - Sierra Repertory Theatre
"My standout champion performance moments of the currently inhabited Fallon House stage come from Nathan Yates Douglass (Stanley-the uncle/brother among this group of Sanders’) and the aforementioned Liesman. Douglass’s Act 2 opening monologue about acceptance, fame, and overall gratitude will tug at your heart strings whether you are a Christian or not. His careful delivery, tone, eye contact (basically all the things an actor incorporates in telling a story), Douglass does with a maturity and strength that will impact all who listen." - Marc Gonzalez, The Road To 1,000 Shows
"Douglass is a quiet presence who appears as upright as the bass he plays. Not until Act Two do we learn of Stanley's shady past, which he laments. Douglass throws this dramatic punch with sincerity ." - Patricia Harrelson, The Union Democrat
Ring of Fire - Laguna Playhouse
"You'll hear haunting harmonica work by Nathan Yates Douglass... and the "Big River" trio of Douglass, Rachline and Stephen Brunson is a winner." Ellen Dostal, BroadwayWorld.com
"Nathan Yates Douglass also impressed in the evening’s second act during a brief mid-set exploration of Cash’s darkest (and most darkly comic) songs. His performance off the macabre “Delia’s Gone” was memorable." Paul Hodgins, Orange County Register