Jimmy Ray
​Bright Star

​​Photo by Joan Marcus

Original Broadway Cast Recording
​Doctor Zhivago
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Daddy Long Legs 

​​Photo: Jeremy Daniel

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Original Off-Broadway
​Cast Recording
Daddy Long Legs
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Original Broadway
Cast Recording
​Bright Star
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upcoming appearances

​Escape from Margaretville

​Photo by Matthew Murphy

May 9 – July 9, 2017 - Extended Again 
World Premiere
La Jolla Playhouse
Mandell Weiss Theatre

October 20 – 28, 2017
Pre-Broadway Tour Premiere
East Jefferson General Hospital Broadway 
Saenger Theatre
New Orleans, Louisiana 

October 31 – November 5, 2017
BBVA Compass Broadway at the Hobby Center
Houston, Texas

November 9 – December 3, 2017
Broadway In Chicago
Oriental Theatre
Chicago, Illinois 

February 16, 2018

Official opening March 15, 2018

Marquis Theatre

New York City

​Jesus Christ Superstar
​Photo by Joan Marcus


Once​Photo by Joan Marcus


Dr. Zhivago​Photo: Matthew Murphy


Paul Alexander Nolan

Paul Alexander Nolan is thrilled to be cast as Tully in the Broadway bound new musical Escape to Margaritaville featuring new songs and the hits of Jimmy Buffett; book by Greg Garcia and Mike O'Malley. Directed by Christopher Ashley. The musical will have a pre-Broadway run in La Jolla, New Orleans, Houston and Chicago in 2017. With the Broadway debut in spring 2018. 

Paul was recently seen as Billy Fynn in Chicago, the longest running musical on Broadway in American history.

He was also in the 2016 original Broadway musical Bright Star. The musical is 5 time Tony Award nominee, including Best Musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell under the direction of Walter Bobbie. Paul earned a 2016 Drama Desk Award Nominee for Best Feature Actor for Bright Star.

Paul made his Broadway debut in Jesus Christ Superstar before appearing in Once and Doctor Zhivago. 2015 Outer Critic Awards Nominee as Best Feature Actor in a Musical - Doctor Zhivago.

Appeared in the Off-Broadway debut of the musical Daddy Long Legs and can be heard on the cast recording.

His additional credits include The Who's Tommy, West Side Story and As You Like It at the Stratford Festival and the world premiere of the rock musical Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots.