Natalie Green biography Natalie Green is a London-based singer and actress with a great deal of experience in musical theatre. She is a Mezzo-Soprano and is highly skilled in Tap dancing. She is currently appearing in The Prince of Egypt. Training: Growing up in Essex, Natalie trained at the Colins Performing Arts (CPA Studios). Theatre: She has a list of theatre credits to her name. Some of the shows she was involved in includes Anthony Van Laast and Gale Edwards’ Whistle Down the Wind at the RUG, where she played Brat/Charity; Claire Dunlop’s Grease in its European Tour as Jan; Michael Strassen’s Godspell at the Union Theatre as Robyn; Pete Gallagher’s Spring Awakening in the UK Tour as Thea; Thom Southerland’s Parade at the Southwark Playhouse as Monteen; Michael Strassen’s The Fix at the Union Theatre as Leslie Pynchon; David Hutchinson’s Seussical: The Musical at the Seall A Door Theatre Co and Arts Theatre as The Sour Kangaroo; Matthew Gould’s A Body to Die For at The Theatre Landor as Greata; Petra SIniawski and Jone Mantello’s Wicked un the UK Tour as a Swing; Jonathan O’Boyle’s Hair at the Hope Mill Theatre as Leata/Cover Sheila; Boyle’s Hair at The Vaults as Cassie/Mom; Bronagh Lagan’s A Night at The Oscars at the Aria Ents as a Female Solist; Boyle’s Hair at the Aria Events and UK Tour as Cassie/Mom; Scott Schwartz’ Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre as Cover Tuya/Yocheved.