Sunday, December 16, 2018

FSPA Alum Named 2019 Lincoln Center Emerging Artist

Nadine Malouf, graduate of the Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA), has been selected as one of Lincoln Center in New York City’s “Emerging Artists” for 2019. Malouf has starred in two Lincoln Center productions: last season’s qUEENS and 2014’s The Who and the What, both at LCT3. Recipients are chosen by one of Lincoln Center’s resident organizations in acknowledgement of their extraordinary talent and promising careers in the performing arts.
Nadine Malouf
Nadine Malouf

In addition to Malouf, this year’s winners include singer and actress Mikaela Bennett (The Juilliard School); dancer Savannah Durham (The School of American Ballet); composer and sound artist Ashley Fure (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the New York Philharmonic); bassist Endea Owens (Jazz at Lincoln Center); soprano Gabriella Reyes (The Metropolitan Opera); musician Adam Tendler (The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts); dancer Sebastian Villarini-Velez (New York City Ballet); filmmaker Eduardo Williams (Film Society of Lincoln Center); and violinist Angelo Xiang Yu (The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center).

Nadine Malouf trained at the Franklin School for the Performing Arts in acting, singing, and various dance styles. She was a member of the international touring ensemble Electric Youth and appeared in many Franklin Performing Arts Company productions including West Side Story (Anita), Seussical (Gertrude), and Little Shop of Horrors (Crystal). She then went on to study at Syracuse University’s prestigious Drama Department.

Following her run in the 25th Anniversary tour of Les Misérables, Malouf had the distinct opportunity to perform alongside Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and other principals from Cameron Mackintosh’s film adaptation of Les Misérables at the 85th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

Her burgeoning film career includes the British drama Shame, with Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan, and a featured role in Cherien Dabis’ May in the Summer, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2013 as an opening day pick. She received critical acclaim for playing the title role in Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Salomé.

For more information on Acting and other programs at the Franklin School for the Performing Arts, call 508-528-8668, visit, or stop by 38 Main Street in Franklin, MA

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