Matthew Nash has a long career as an actor/dancer. He has appeared as Soloist with the Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Tours (France), Pascal en sa Joie in Pierre LaRoche’s Blaise Pascal (Rideau de Bruxelles, Belgium), Dr. Coppelius in Michael Uthoff’s Coppelia (Ballet Arizona), George Splchk in his own The Trial of Roxanne, the Boy in his A Party of One, and the Narrator in Somewhere West of Laramie.

The American dancer Matthew Nash performs his measures as the “man of joy” with a bodily eloquence that perfectly matches the original musical score.
Ossia Trilling The Financial Times, London

Nash was as distinctive a performer as he is a choreographer.
Georgette Gouveia Gannett Newspapers

Matthew Nash has his own brand of humor in dance. . .quirky, individual. . .always an intellect and intelligence at work, a choreographer who possesses the polish and urbanity of a David Niven.
Lillie F. Rosen Attitude