Nancy McCallNancy McCall McGraw is the producer of Frank and Malachy McCourt's comedy "A Couple of Blaguards" now touring nationally She produced The Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights Aids Cabaret Series, and The MAC Awards at The Town Hall. As Program Director of The Songbook Project, an organization fostering classic and contemporary popular songs, she took singers into New York's public and private schools and universities.

With her husband, Steve, Nancy owned and operated Steve McGraw's, a cabaret theater on Manhattan's Upper West Side. There, she presented several of Off Broadway's longest running musicals including "Forever Plaid" and "Forbidden Broadway".

She appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award winning musical "Nine", Off-Broadway in "Godspell", and toured nationally in both those shows. Off Broadway she played Connie Boswell in "The Heebie-Jeebies, a Musical Tribute to The Boswell Sisters", and appeared in "Forbidden Broadway". Nancy sang in the Bistro Award winning revue "Hard Candy, the Songs of Carol Hall", and "Bajour" and "Minnie's Boys" at The York Theater.

She has performed in cabarets all over Manhattan, and in concerts at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, The Hudson Theater, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and The Town Hall.

Nancy is a graduate of Northwestern University.