Natalie Kaye Marsland

Tap, Vocals

Natalie began her training in hometown Adelaide, moving to Sydney in 1995 to continue her studies at David Atkins’ Dynamite Dance Studios, receiving the Achievement Award for her year. This lead to work with Disney Live and performing at The Atlanta Olympic Games Handover Ceremony, choreographed by Stephen Page, as well as numerous corporate gigs before moving to Melbourne to join the cast of Sunset Boulevard. Shows to follow would be The Boy From Oz, Mamma Mia, Guys & Dolls, The Sign of the Seahorse, and The Producers. Amidst the musicals her creative energy was put into such projects as KittyCanTap, a company inspired by jazz, cabaret and a need to expose fellow artists, primarily female, who could tap, really tap. Without co-creator Amy Gibson this would never have been made possible. Moving on, her choreographic credits include The Virgin Wars for 2001 Next Wave Festival, Bat Boy The Musical, Godspell, A Funny Thing Happened... ,Virgins - A Musical Threesome shown at The New York Musical Theatre Festival 2006, The Dandy Lionz – Rock Band for Kidz, Prophecy for New End Theatre , Eurobeat – Almost Eurovision which began as an Australian Tour, then on to the 2007 Edinburgh Festival, and in 2008 opened at The Novello Theatre on London’s West End following a UK tour. Natalie has created for Fashion, Cabaret, Theatre, Clubs, Television, her work on Eurobeat receiving a Green Room Award Nomination for Best Choreography in a Musical. Add music writing, dance teaching and a few projects under development to an ever-growing list of accomplishments and goals, and this is to summarize the Natalie K Marsland of right now...

GROOVE APPROVED
Music and dance are tightly interwoven to an invigorating whole... captivated an audience of subteens to grandmas.
Jill Sykes, Sydney Morning Herald