is a choreographer, director, performer and teacher in New York City. She has collaborated to create work and toured extensively with such companies as Momix, Pilobolus, The Chase Brock Experience, and Parsons Dance. She has performed on national television throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan and danced with Liza Minnelli in the movie Sex and the City 2.
Natalie was in the original Broadway cast of Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark, where she eventually served as the Dance Captain and Dance Supervisor. In 2012 Natalie became the Movement Director for One Year Lease Theater Company and an Adjunct Professor of Dance at Fordham University. As well as performing and teaching, she also choreographs for theater, dance and film and has led creative movement workshops at Harvard University, Vassar College and PACE University. Her choreography has been honored by the San Francisco Dance Film Festival and critically acclaimed by such publications as the New York Times.
In 2015, Natalie was honored to premiere two original works: Within, commissioned by Parsons Dance at the Joyce Theater and Common Heart, a piece commissioned for the Ailey/ Fordham BFA Fall Concert. That year she was also Assistant Stage Director and Choreographer for the live-broadcast stadium show, 44th National Day Abu Dhabi.
In 2016 Natalie served as Assistant Choreographer to Mia Michaels, creating the brand-new New York Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes in NYC. She was the guest choreographer for the 2017 Whitney Houston Biennial, was awarded a grant by The Ailey Foundation’s New Directions Choreography Lab, and choreographed an original play, BALLS, which had a successful world premiere in Houston before moving to Off-Broadway.
Last year, Natalie performed with PILOBOLUS at the Natural History Museum in NYC for Earth Day and the historic Apollo Theater for the launch of Moving On. She recently returned from Japan where she assisted David Parsons in choreographing an original musical, A Knights’ Tale, written and directed by John Caird. Natalie is currently working on Pieces of the Moon, an original play by OYL about the Apollo 11 moon landing and the social landscape in the U.S. at that time (World Premier 2020).