- Became an official member of Core Artist Ensemble!
- Stepped into the recording studio to lay down my commercial reel under the expert guidance of Joan Bogden and David Lawson (engineer). I'll be excited to share the reel when it is complete!
- After months of exercising my zombie makeup muscles, Dice Comedy's Sex and Zombies in the City is complete! (In addition to doing almost all of the makeup for the short I play zombie Charlotte).
- Starred as Stella in Stella Stardust: Queen of Space, part of Everyday Inferno Theater Company's second annual If on a Winter's Night.
- I reprised my role as Nora in Throws of Love, one of seven plays chosen out of the 41 from Core Artist Ensemble's summer reading series to receive a full production as a part of Twisted Shorts at The Barrow Group.
- For the Record premiered at The Hamptons International Film Festival.
- Played the role of Nora in a staged reading of Throws of Love, part of Core Artist's Ensemble's summer reading series at The Barrow Group. Written by Amy Stats, directed by Rachel Casparian and also starring Cathy Curtain, Kara Dudley, and Katie Lawson, the reading will also receive a full production this October.
- Shot a hilarious "Drunk Voice PSA" with her good friends at Dice Comedy.
- Shot a promo video for Girl on Girl, a documentary directed by good friend Jodi Savitz about feminine lesbian invisibility, which appeared on Huffington Post.
- Joined Hunger and Thirst Collective for her first reading salon as Little Stone in Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice.
- Played the part of the Best Friend in The Sacrificial King: A Play for John Lennon, as part of DreamCatcher Entertainment's Talent on Tap Series. The piece looks at how in our society we build up our heroes and then tear them down.
- Had both her tour guiding and acting skills to work as part of the fabulously talented team for Time Warner Cable Studios, a live performance/studio tour event hosted by Time Warner Cable in honor of New York City's first Super Bowl.
- Shot another set of promotional spots for Music Choice/SWRV .
- Played the role of Francesca in the short film For the Record, directed by Lev Pakman. To stay in touch with the film, check out the facebook page.
- Worked on another fun stock photo shoot.
- Continued ESL voiceover work at CityVox and began commercial voiceover coaching with Joan Bogden.
- Nathalie filmed two segments for the Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum which will appear between episodes 505 and 507. See a clip from one of the episodes (...where she was painted blue!) here.
- Nathalie filmed the comedy web series Jake Does Stuff, directed by Alex Caputo and produced by Alex, Mike Pasquariello, and Gary Morra. Nathalie plays Becky, the overprotective best friend... with a slight drinking problem.
- Nathalie appeared as Puppy in Dog and Human, part of Everyday Inferno Theatre Company's "The Golden Hour," a series of 10 minute plays which went up at Cherry Hill in Central Park on September 20th, 2013.
- Participated in the first ever Tent: Theater, a week-long seminar and performance workshop about the connections between Jewishness and the development of theater in New York City throughout the 20th century.
- Worked on some fun cinemagraphs for a mental health and wellness website.
- Played the role of Vanessa Goldwyn in a reading of Little Queen, by Guillermo Reyes, being put up as a part of the 2013 Asunción Playwrights Finalist Readings at Pregones Theatre
- Collaborated on and performed in an adaptation of Dante's Inferno which played at The Brick 6/8 through 6/27. The piece combined sound design, video projection, puppetry and movement based performance techniques to lead audiences on an immersive journey through Dante's hell.
Press for Dante's Inferno:
"The ensemble hopes, ultimately, to explore the farthest reaches of humanity’s potential in the world."
- Vinson Cunningham, The Brooklyn Paper
"...performed... with dedication and verve."
- Jane Titus, nytheatre.com
"Dante is only an off-stage voice in "Inferno" - a effectively theatrical way of taking the audience on his journey. Director/Co-Sound Designer Michael Feld and Sound Designer John Jagos create a dizzyingly angry and uncompromising Underworld... Hell is video backdrop of both modern and medieval horrors populated by a gifted Chorus who sing, dance, scream, and, most of all, listen."
- Patricia Contino, Flavorpill
- Shot a promotional video for an independent music company.
- Played the role of Rivka, an Orthodox Jew on an awkward first date, in the SVA short Met
- Resumed ongoing ESL voiceover work at CityVox with a project for Oxford University Press.
- Nathalie shot another hilarious campaign over at Music Choice.
November - December 2012:
- Nathalie filmed the lead female role in One Wing. The film centers around two teenage runaways in the 1970s and is being produced in association with E1 Entertainment.
- Joined forces with the company Killer Stage for classes and movement work.
- Took scene study classes with Jonathon Silverstein of Keen Company.
September - October 2012:
- Life Etude had it's world premiere at The Coney Island Film Festival on September 22nd.
- Nathalie played the role of Harriet in Finding Mother at Manhattan Rep October 24th through 28th.
- Shot a series of fun stock photos at JLP Studios.
July - August 2012:
- Nathalie filmed a commercial campaign for Music Choice "University" (MCU) and started doing voiceover work for educational materials with Sadlier-Oxford.
May - June 2012:
- Fools premiered at the Hoboken International Film Festival (Hudson Cinemas, Jersey City) on Sunday June 3rd at 2pm.
- Nathalie finished her internship with Keen Company. She assisted with their production of Painting Churches, which was directed by Carl Forsman and played at the Clurman Theater at Theater Row through April 7th, their annual benefit, and much more.
March - April 2012:
- Filmed a supporting role in the "Tiffany" episode of Celebrity Ghost Stories for The Biography Channel. Episode aired August 4th 2012.
- Filmed a fun viral-type promotional video for a new product.
January - February 2012:
- Nathalie began an internship with the Obie and Drama Desk award winning Keen Company.
- Nathalie filmed the short, Life Etude, directed by Nami Sugiuchi (Keishi Sasaki). Nathalie plays Caroline, a young girl who, feeling abandoned by her father on her 17th birthday, befriends and is inspired by a musician. A rough cut of the trailer can be found here.
- Performed a whirlwind week of anti-bullying theater as a part of the NYC Department of Education's "Respect for all Week."
- Nathalie filmed the student short Internal Devices, directed by Dena Adams of the Lee Strasburg Film Institute.
- Filmed the independent short Trees with director Alfonso Rodriguez. Nathalie plays the main character's girlfriend.
- Played the role of Amber in Friends at Looking Glass Theater as a part of their Winter 2011 Writer/Director forum. Out of ten one act plays performed over the course of three weekends Friends was voted the overall audience favorite! You can scroll through photos from the production below.
- Nathalie lent her voice to a guest character, Mischa, on the popular cartoon, Pokémon. The episode (season 14 episode 44: "Purloin: Sweet or Sneaky?") aired on Cartoon Network on December 3rd, 2011.
- Performed the role of Juror 7 in Twelve Angry Women, with Adam Roebuck Productions at the Roy Arias Theatre Center.
- Began working with Pride Not Prejudice, a program which goes into NYC elementary, middle and high schools performing educational theater to address current issues affecting our youth.
- Filmed the role of the Girl in Crimson, a post-apocalyptic re-envisioning of the classic Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale. Crimson was the winner of first prize, best original video produced for the competition, in the 2011 FearDemic Zombie contest. Directed by Adam Lee of New Reason Films.
- Began an acting internship with Looking Glass Theater.
- Nathalie filmed an NYU student short, "Nerd Love," which can be seen here.
- Wrapped filming on the independent feature, "Fools" with Wise Oat's Productions. Nathalie plays Ashley, a member of a college juggling club which gets pulled into an epic fight between good and evil. Watch the trailer here.
- Read the role of "the Painkiller" in a staged reading of Drowning, a play by friend and fellow Cornell alumni Ryan Oliveira, about a high school boy considering suicide as he contends with the difficulties of being gay.
- Nathalie took new headshots with Jordan Matter: