The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Part 1 Opens: Reactions from the Cast

Photo of Nicholas Nickleby Cast

The 24 person cast, plus designers, crew, and staff members

“I absolutely LOVE my work with you all. I feel so incredibly lucky to be in this show with such wonderful people and working on material that has such depth. Thank you each for the part you play. Goodness, we are lucky.” –Erica Spyres, Tilda Price, Miss Snevellicci

“This is a dream company and Nick/Nick will be a landmark in Boston theatre history. I am both humbled and proud to be a part of it.” –Will Lyman, Ralph Nickleby

“Speaking from my point of view behind the table/scenes, I’m so proud and appreciative to be a part of this show. To be able to see the talent of the actors, directors, designers and technicians that I work with every day reminds me of how inspiring and amazing theater can be. I thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for constantly inspiring me and for helping me to love what I do SO much! I will be forever grateful to be able to say I was part of the Nick/Nick family!” –Amanda Ostrow, Production Assistant
“I have never been as excited to begin a 12-hour tech than I am today. Our Nick/Nick is chock full of people, characters, and experiences that make going to work exciting and ‘always a joy’. The Lyric is so full of life and love on this production and I am so incredibly proud to be a part of it with such a talented and lovely group of people.” –Cat Dunham-Meilus, Production Assistant

“After 6 weeks, I still watch the scenes I’m not in. I cannot think of a better way to express my appreciation for everything everyone is doing. Someone once told me that an ensemble is a group of people who, rather than striving to make themselves look good, are doing their best to make every other person on stage look good. I hope I’m doing my part, because I know everyone else is making me feel like a champion.” –Daniel Berger-Jones, John Browdie, Lord Verisopht