Natalie Lomonte is a choreographer, director, performer, dance teacher and meditation teacher in New York City. She has collaborated to create work and toured extensively with such companies as Momix, Pilobolus, The Chase Brock Experience, and Parsons Dance. She has performed on national television throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan and danced with Liza Minnelli in the movie Sex and the City 2.
Natalie was in the original Broadway cast of Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark where she eventually served as the Dance Captain and Dance Supervisor. In 2012 Natalie became the Movement Director for One Year Lease Theater Company (OYL) and an Adjunct Professor of Dance at Fordham University. She has led movement workshops at Harvard University, Vassar College and PACE University, and is currently a substitute faculty member for the Daily Dance program in the MMC Musical Theater Department.
Natalie continues work as a choreographer, director and creative team member in many arenas including dance, theater, musical theater, commercials, film, music videos, stadium shows, art galleries and various site-specific events. She has been commissioned to create work for such companies as Parsons Dance, Houston Dance Theater, Ailey/Fordham BFA Dance Department and was awarded a grant by The Ailey Foundation’s New Directions Choreography Lab. Other productions include 44th National Day Abu Dhabi (live-broadcast stadium show), New York Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes (Assistant to Mia Michaels), AlterEgo (San Francisco Dance Film Award), Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Edinburgh Stage Award), Estella Scrooge: A Christmas Carol with a twist (streamingmusicals.com), Light It Up! (Cleveland Playhouse), and numerous off Broadway productions with OYL.
With extensive experience and a deep passion for movement, theater and mediation, Natalie continues her training and constantly adapts her teaching style as new levels of understanding are gained. She prides herself on meeting her students where they are, sharing knowledge and inspiring progress in an open and generous fashion. Natalie is currently training as a Vedic Meditation Master (the Veda Center) and studying the Delsarte System of . With a long career in dance plus her new avenues of discovery, Natalie has begun to innovate restorative practices for the body that can be done alone and with a partner. She is excited to continue down this path of developing new teaching practices that can help bring happiness, ease, balance, health, deeper connection and maximum function into the lives of dancers, actors and all who are interested.