In November 2018, Natasha will make her Off-West End debut in The Crumple Zone at London’s King’s Head Theatre. Taking place in a Staten Island apartment over Christmas, this hilarious comedy gives a fly -on-the-wall perspective when four friends and a mystery visitor find themselves in just one apartment. Click here for tickets and more info!
In August 2018, Natasha signed with the London/Manchester based agency, Actors Direct! For any bookings and inquirers, please contact Actors Direct - Julie Parton - at +44 (0)207 206 2759 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Move to London!
In the spring of 2018, Natasha moved back home to the UK! She has officially relocated to London and is working professionally within the UK's Equity union! Click HERE for Natasha's Spotlight link!
in January 2018, Natasha will be premiering a new drama Off-Broadway this winter right here in Times Square at Theatre Row! She plays two very opposing roles in this futuristic courtroom drama: a vicious prison guard and an in-over-her-head defense attorney for the trail of the century. Click here for tickets and info!
Starting January 2017, Natasha will be performing in the 3rd National Tour of The Teacher From The Black Lagoon...and other storybooks. Natasha plays multiple characters showcasing her acting sensibilities, vocal variations, and movement/dancing skill set. Click here for more info!
Full City+ A Site Specefic Show
In November, Natasha was cast as the guest star in the Season 1 Finale of Fully City+, a site specific play at a coffee shop in Harlem. Natasha played a zany wannabe celebrity actress on a blind date teaching Miesner Method to anyone who would listen. Click here for the Playbill article about the show!
Sam Adams Spec Commercial
Natasha shot her first commercial for Samuel Adams Craft Beer!
Production Co: DOCPPL
Funded by The Fearless Group
Director: Heather DiLeo
The commercial was shot on October 12, 2016. Click here to watch the commercial!
Gotham Sirens Brunch
Natasha just shot an action-comedy short film about the worlds greatest female Super Villains: Catwoman, Poision Ivy and Harley Quinn. Natasha played Poison Ivy; poised, leader of the three, and not about to turn down a fight to keep her friends in line. The film shot in NYC in Central Park. Video coming soon! October 2016.
EnTech: A Digital Musical
Natasha lead the cast in a new musical about a tale of love, power, and adventure. EnTech uses living theories to explore the deepest questions of our existence, the origin of humanity, and even of the universe itself. Produced as part of the New York New Works Festival, EnTech made it to the semi-finals! Click here for tickets! September 2016.
New York Fringe Festival
After a successful run at Art House in Jersey City, Natasha and the gang are back for a remount of "Is That Danny Devito..." in the New York Fringe Festival. Starting on August 13th, the cast will have 5 performances. Check out this on point review from Theatre is Easy: "To pass the time, Dusty and Geoff chat with two bizarre locals: a nameless woman with an unconventional job, played by a brassy Natasha Edwards..."
On June 1st, 2016, Natasha will be making her Atlanta debut, at the Buckhead Theatre, performing alongside TV actress and comedian, Caroline Rhea. The Mariposa Miracle is a fundraising event to benefit the HAVE Foundation and to "help education take flight in Honduras". Natasha will be doing a 20 minute set comprised of singing, guitar playing, and talking about the cause. This event marks her inaugural appearance as an artist who proactively combines her profession in the arts with her passion for serving others.
Honduras Agalta Valley Education Foundation/ Honduras Outreach Inc
In March of 2016, Natasha went down to Honduras with the HAVE Foundation and HOI as a guest artist with fellow college alum, Maximilian Sangerman, to sing, teach music, and inspiring kids to pursue their dreams, work hard, and stay in school.
Radio Play: The Grayscale
In January 2016, Natasha joined up with Critical Point Theatre again to record an episode of their Twilight Zone-esque radio play: The Greyscale: A Peck of Dirt Before You Die.
Natasha and The Bass Line: A Summer Soirée
On August 20th, at 9:00pm, Natasha and The Bass Line are back at The Triad. Get ready for a one night only theatrical roller coaster where Natasha will be forced to use her infectious charisma and dry wit to navigate the secrets and betrayal lurking just beneath the surface. Featuring Matt Koplik, Luke Hoback, James Edwards. Directed and Conceived by Michael Bello. Written by Jamison Daniels. Click here for tickets.
We Are The Tigers
On August 2 & 3, Natasha will be performing in We Are The Tigers, presented at the Musical Theatre Factory. An original musical with book, music, and lyrics by REBEKAH M. ALLEN, the workshop is directed by Michael Bello (B'way: AD: Doctor Zhivago). Natasha plays the role of Farrah; a high school sophomore with a drinking problem. We Are The Tigers is a pop/rock musical comedy about friendship, popularity, and trying to survive high school-literally.
Cape May Stage
Natasha booked the role of "Tiffany" in Cape May Stage's Production of Mary, Mary in March of 2015. The show runs in Cape May, NJ from June 17-July 24th! Click here for more details and tickets!
"A warm and witty portrayal of a marriage gone hilariously awry. Mary and Bob, a nearly-divorced couple meet over taxes, when a Valentine’s day snowstorm traps them in an apartment with three others: their lawyer, a handsome film hero, and Bob’s young and wealthy finance. Sparks fly all over again in this Broadway hit comedy by Jean Kerr."
Directed by Roy Stienberg
Critical Point Theatre
On February 14th, 2015, Natasha joined up with Critical Point Theatre as they presented a reading of their newest play, The Women I Masturbate To. Written by Andrew Terrence Kaberline, the play is a fast-paced drama that weaves together addictions, sex, therapy, and politics. In this two person cast, Natasha played the role of Elizabeth, the therapist.
Natasha and The Bass Line
“And a star was born on the cold night of January 22nd, 2015 as Natasha Edwards and The Bass Line took the stage at Stage 72/The Triad NYC….The show is a modern rendition of traditional jazz and burlesque entertainment which Natasha kicked up with her wits and sassy personality, giving a whole new meaning to the pop/jazz crossover genre. Natasha showed complete vocal control and blew the crowd away with her range and unique style…. Natasha is a force to reckon with, a wild wind that swoops in with powerful vocals that make the hairs on your arms stand at attention before her mouth opens with the first note. Natasha and The Bass Line are the prime example that there is other talent in the world, talent that goes unnoticed at first, until the world is ready…”
"[On] January 22, at The Triad Theatre, Natasha Edwards performed her new one woman show to a sold-out audience. Complete with new renditions of classic and contemporary songs, Natasha's show is introspective from a point of view in her life after she's had great success...In an evening that has been called "a must see" and "reminiscent of another time," audiences were introduced to the group's distinctive sound and unique musical style, while learning a little bit more about the artist that is Natasha Edwards."-BroadwayWorld.com
Broadway's Future Songbook Series
"Broadway’s Future Songbook Series, which is presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul, will continue Oct. 28 in the Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center...Songs will be interpreted by Michael Linden, Amanda Savan, Mary Kate Morrissey, Kimmy Hirst, Lauren Chapman, Sammi Kramer, Natasha Edwards, Elisabeth Cernadas, Brian Golub, Michael Kushner, Alissa Stahler, Rebecca Vogel and Brandon Beynon." -Playbill.com
"Join composer, Josh Freilich as he makes his 54 Below debut with 12 of his closest friends, old and new, performing songs from his various bodies of work, from stand-alone to The Star Child. Josh will also be premiering new works from his upcoming musicals, Carlotta and Color War: The Summer Camp-y Musical."-BrowadwayWorld.com