Natalie Kramer

Natalie has been dancing since age three, and is currently a freelance dancer in Los Angeles. Natalie has been a Principal and Soloist with Pasadena Dance Theatre, Pacific Festival Ballet, Nancy Evans Dance Theatre, Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre, and Ballet Concerto, New World Ballet, Company Mayes, and Collin County Ballet Theatre in Dallas TX. She appeared as Featured Dancer for Disney's Pixar Animation, Eva Longoria's "Rally for Kids with Cancer," FOX Searchlight's "Black Swan DVD Release," FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance" Promo, Carnival Choreographer's Ball, and VH1's "Save the Music" Benefit. She has also appeared in feature films, music videos, and TV series, and has modeled for LA Fashion Week and "Project Runway" competition.

Natalie has enjoyed professional training and performance experience with Marguerite Derricks (FAME), Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet, State Street Ballet, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Alex Magno (Britney Spears, Madonna), Nathalie Krassovska (Ballet Russe), Fernando Bujones (ABT), Bruce Marks (Boston Ballet), Kirt Hathaway (Ballet Arkansas), Kim Masilli (Joffrey Ballet), The Edge Performing Arts Center, and won awards at such dance conventions as Tremaine and L.A.Danceforce. She holds a B.A. in Arts & Performance from the University of Texas Dallas, where she performed modern works with the UTD Dance Ensemble. From 2006-2008, Natalie founded Commedia Ballet Theatre with choreographer Chasen Greenwood, a non-profit professional ballet company in Dallas, Texas, directing several original productions. She also owned and operated The Pointe of Dance, a daycare dance program for children. In 2009, Natalie re-located to the Los Angeles area to pursue her passion of dancing, choreographing, and teaching where she has been a guest artist and instructor with California Dance Theatre, California Dance Academy, Got Rhythm Dance, Gotta Dance, and Elite Dance Centre.