has been awarded Best Actress Tennie Awards by the Tennessean for her work
in THE SEAGULL, CYRANO, THE LITTLE FOXES, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE,
CRIMES OF THE HEART and THE STORYBUILDERS.
She has performed her one woman show THE DIARY OF OPAL WHITELEY at the
Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, S.C. and in several colleges and
universities in the southeast.
Her longest running role to date is that of Queenie Delphine in a
comedy group called THE GLORY BUGLES which she started with her husband
Wayne and friend Bonnie Keen.
She wrote, hosted, and produced an educational television series on the
performing arts entitled FRONT ROW CENTER for WDCN-TV which was aired on
PBS stations nationwide and which won the Southern Education
Communication's Best Series of the Year Award in 1997.
She is a two-time DOVE AWARD winning songwriter and has written and
recorded an album of songs for children entitled SMALL WONDER. She is the
author of three children's books, LITTLE ROSE OF SHARON, TWICE YOURS and
WHAT COLOR IS LOVE. She also is a 1999 recipient of the Avalon Award for
creative Excellence given by Lipscomb University.
Nan is proudest of her role as wife to Wayne and mother to Erin and