Natasha Greenblatt (Associate Artist)

By in Associates, Who What Why on February 25, 2014

A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, Natasha is a writer, director and actress.

Natasha played Anne Frank in Montreal (Segal Centre) and Hamilton (Theatre Aquarius), she had a recurring role on the Canadian television show Bomb Girls, and she won a Dora Award for Get Yourself Home Skyler James (Roseneath Theatre). Natasha produced her first full length play, The Peace Maker, as part of the 2013 Next Stage Festival. Natasha directed This Is Your Script, a collective creation for Paprika Festival for youth between the ages of 17 and 21 and directed Cowboy Mouth, by Sam Shepard and Patti Smith, as part of The Playwright Project in May, 2013. She was the assistant director for the Montreal debut production of the Governor General Award winning play, If We Were Birds with director Micheline Chevrier. Natasha is a co-creator and associate director for self concious theatre’s mothermothermother... Upcoming: Natasha is excited to assistant direct the world premiere of the stage adaptation of Beatrice and Virgil, directed by Sarah Stanley. She is currently writing, producing and starring in a web series called Flush about intimacy and vulnerability set only in bathrooms.

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