Natasha is a theatre director who lives between London and Berlin.

She has a Master of Arts in English and Theatre from Glasgow University, a physical theatre training in Devised Theatre and Performance from LISPA, Berlin and a background as a professional jazz singer.

Natasha has worked on a number of award winning shows as an assistant and associate director at the National Theatre, the Royal Court, the Donmar Warehouse, Almeida and the Young Vic, under directors including Benedict Andrews, Sir Nicholas Hytner, Daniel Kramer, Marianne Elliott, Natalie Abrahami, Sir Michael Attenborough and James MacDonald.

She is an associate artist for the National Youth Theatre, a workshop facilitator and teacher for various colleges and platforms including for the Young Vic and National Theatre.

She is a National Theatre Connections Director for the world’s largest youth theatre festival and an Associate Director for international company based in London, Stonecrabs Theatre.


 Natasha at rehearsals for  Trigger Warning  at The Young Vic, London.

Natasha at rehearsals for Trigger Warning at The Young Vic, London.

At the beginning of her career, Natasha directed more traditional text led theatre, with a specialism in new writing and dramaturgy.

She later began to pursue ways to make theatre starting from the body and based in metaphorical association.

Her directing now crosses into dance theatre, devised, new writing, immersive, performance art, circus, musical theatre and community theatre.

She has a distinct style which can be found in her dark humour and commitment to broken expectations.

Words which are often used to describe Natasha's work include: uplifting, off beat, soulful, beautiful and absurdly funny.

Her work explores cultural identity, social constructs and the notion of outsiders.

She believes in celebrating what constitutes our universal value system.

She is highly visual and pursues well-crafted and authentic collaborative processes.