Nathan Marken has served on the Board of Directors of the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco for a good portion of the last decade, and is a past-Treasurer. In addition to supporting LGCSF, he is also an avid advocate of animal rights as well as bicycle and transportation access. Nathan volunteers with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and is a past participant of the Northern California Climate Ride. Nathan also works with IMPACT Bay Area as an Administrative Manager.
Nathan is currently a company member and co-managing partner of The Kinsey Sicks, America's Favorite Dragapella® Beautyshop Quartet, having taken on the bass role of “Winnie” in 2014. With The Kinsey Sicks, he appears on three concert DVDs, their latest album, Eight is Enough, and currently tours the United States with their subversive a cappella musical comedies, including the critically-acclaimed 25th anniversary show, Things You Shouldn't Say. The Kinsey Sicks have appeared at the world's largest Fringe Festivals in Edinburgh (Scotland) and Adelaide (Australia), Theatre J in Washington DC, the Oregon Contemporary Theatre (Eugene), Miami's Broward Center for the Arts, and Off-Broadway's SoHo Playhouse in New York City.
Nathan is currently based in San Francisco, where he has performed the notable roles of Eddie and Eugene in the ground-breaking immersive experience The Speakeasy and the title role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch produced by Boxcar Theatre. Regionally, he has also performed with the New Conservatory Theatre Center, Opera on Tap:SF, Goat Hall Productions, Parlor Opera, and has been a featured soloist with Soli Deo Gloria and the Mission Dolores Basilica Choir.
Nathan holds a Masters of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and is a graduate of the Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music.