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“Nina Fine played Laura, Tom's emotionally damaged sister, with a lovely, arch-like fluidity that preserved the role’s ambiguities. It was the most compelling performance of the evening, and it benefited from Ms. Fine’s sweet, nicely focused vocal timbre.”
-The New York Times (Review of Ms. Fine’s performance in the Antonio Bibalo production of The Glass Menagerie)

A dynamic performer hailed for her exceptional acting range, comic timing and vocal beauty, Nina Fine has graced the stage in some of the nation’s most prestigious venues including, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, City Center, Symphony Space, The Kimmel Center, The Academy of Music, The Mann Center, The Kennedy Center and The National Cathedral. Ms. Fine has made numerous memorable appearances with The Philadelphia Orchestra, Peter Nero and the Philly Pops and The Albany Symphony as well as many other professional orchestras, big bands and ensembles.

Ms. Fine has earned much deserved accolades from the critics regarding her comedic timing and acting ability. For her portrayal of Garnet McClit in The Well of Horniness at The Adrienne Theatre:
“…Nina Fine’s Garnet McClit, who evoked the presence and timing of a young Carol Burnett …Fine’s impersonation was deftly brilliant.”
-The Philadelphia Weekly

Her portrayal of Becky in A Little Princess also elicited praise:
“Nina Fine as Becky is an excellent study in humility; obsequious and grimy, she still manages to project a character who, though beaten to the ground, has a sense of humor, a generous spirit, and even a touch of pride.”
-The Journal

Ms. Fine made her Off-Broadway debut at the SoHo Playhouse as Lucille in Dressing Room, an original musical and has performed in many other regional musical theatre performances. Ms. Fine originated the roles of Popova and Natalia in Burton Sternthal’s version of Chekhov’s The Bear and The Marriage Proposal, much to the delight of audiences at the Chekhov Festival in New York City.

Ms. Fine sings regularly as a featured and ensemble singer with Peter Nero and The Philly Pops in concert, singing with such noted talents as: Sutton Foster, Marin Mazzie, Dee Hoty, Donna McKechnie, Matt Bogart and others. Ms. Fine has been the featured soloist with The Lyra Chamber Ensemble, The Brooks Tegler Big Band, and The Pandemonia Orchestra. Ms. Fine is also an originating member of Boogie Rhythm, a female swing trio performing classics from the WWII era, including Andrews Sisters favorites. This trio performed in Stage Door Canteen at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. Ms. Fine performs her solo cabaret show, Love Bites, at venues throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Florida.

In the recording arena, Ms. Fine has lent her vocal talent both as voiceover artist and to recordings such as The Voices for Children CD, an animated segment on Sesame Street, and recording new works such as How to Insult Your True Love by Burton Sternthal, and Rebellion! By Richard D. Fuerle. Nina’s CD Love Bites is available for sale at www.ninafine.com

An extremely versatile talent, Nina Fine continues to evolve and try new styles and genres of song, bringing her creativity and spark to new works as well as re-energizing classics.

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