"As a performer and writer, Natalie's open-heartedness, vulnerability and warmth infuse every moment"
-Flor De Liz Perez
Shakespeare in the Park, Madam Secretary, Good Wife
Natalie Blackman is an actor, singer, educator, and voice and dialect coach. New York credits include appearances at The Duke on 42nd Street, Circle in the Square, Theatre Row, the New Ohio Theatre, and The Tank. Regional credits include the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Pioneer Theatre Company, Penfold Theatre Company, and the Classic Theatre of San Antonio. Her solo show, Disorder, was a bestseller and award winner at the United Solo Festival in New York City, the world’s largest solo theatre festival. Blackman is currently an Assistant Professor of Voice and Acting at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Before coming to UNCG, Blackman served as head of the BFA in Performance & Production at Texas State University. While at Texas State, Blackman created Wellness Week, an annual multidisciplinary program to raise awareness of mental health issues and practices and educate students, faculty, and staff about the importance of mental wellness and self-care. Blackman has also taught at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City and at Illinois State University. Blackman holds an MFA in Classical Acting and Civic Engagement from Illinois State University and a BFA from the University of Utah's Actor Training Program. Blackman is a certified Assistant Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® .