Nancy Duckles

NANCY DUCKLES (Mrs. Shears/Mrs. Gascoyne/Woman on Train/Shopkeeper) Nancy, a Knoxville resident for almost 27 years, is happy to be back on the Clarence Brown Theatre stage, where she was previously seen in A Christmas Carol, A Streetcar Named Desire, Our Country’s Good, The Miracle Worker, Three Sisters, and King Charles III. She has performed throughout Knoxville with the WordPlayers (Shadowlands, The Secret Garden), the Actors Co-op (Absurd Person Singular), and Flying Anvil Theatre (A Doll’s House, Part 2 and Love, Loss and What I Wore), as well as in Morristown, TN with Encore Theatrical Company (Peter Pan, Hairspray, Follies). Nancy has, through her own DuckEars Theatre Company, produced and acted in The Heidi Chronicles, Wit, and Rabbit Hole. Nancy is a retired anesthesiologist and previously served on the CBT Advisory Board, but her most cherished roles are wife to Cameron and mother of Connor, Aidan and Delaney.