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Natasha Cottriall

 

Stage Credits

  [West End]
London Production, 2022
Dancer 1
  [West End]
West End, 0
Ensemble [Replacement]






Natasha Cottriall News

Review: I, JOAN at Shakespeare's Globe Photo Review: I, JOAN at Shakespeare's Globe
by Paige Cochrane - Sep 2, 2022

Joan of Arc has long been a symbol of female empowerment. Her ascent to patron saint of France is often described as a tale of gender non-conforming rebellion for women to aspire to. Shakespeare's Globe and writer Charlie Josephine (they/he) have dismantled this depiction of womanhood, redefining Joan's experiences through the lens of trans existence. In I, Joan, the protagonist traverses the same war and faith we as an audience are accustomed to, whilst also advocating for and navigating their nonbinary identity.

Casting Announced For I, JOAN At Shakespeare's Globe Photo Casting Announced For I, JOAN At Shakespeare's Globe
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jul 12, 2022

Shakespeare's Globe has announced casting for the premiere of I, Joan, which runs from 25 August to 22 October.

BWW Interview: Director of HENRY VIII, Amy Hodge, Talks Women and Re-Interpreting The Photo BWW Interview: Director of HENRY VIII, Amy Hodge, Talks Women and Re-Interpreting The Bard
by Paige Cochrane - Jun 6, 2022

With an expansive career directing for both stage and screen, Olivier-nominated director Amy Hodge has worked at some of the most respected theatre venues across the country. Her latest collaboration at Shakespeare’s Globe is Henry VIII, a punchy revival of the infamous classic that saw the original Globe burn to the ground.

BWW Review: HENRY VIII, Shakespeare's Globe Photo BWW Review: HENRY VIII, Shakespeare's Globe
by Paige Cochrane - May 27, 2022

As the most notorious monarch in British history, Henry VIII's rule was tyrannous and imposing. Known for his colossal physique and consort of six unlucky wives, Henry Tudor has long stood as an example of the damage done by brutish men with excessive power. His reputation as a prolific abuser of women has inspired an array of assertive feminist theatre and this offering by Shakespeare's Globe is no exception.

Casting Announced For FAMILY TREE as Part of Greenwich+Docklands International Festiv Photo Casting Announced For FAMILY TREE as Part of Greenwich+Docklands International Festival
by Stephi Wild - Aug 4, 2021

Family Tree takes as its inspiration the story of Henrietta Lacks, an African American woman, whose cells were harvested and cultivated without her consent after her death from cervical cancer in the 1950s. The so-called HeLa cells have been vital to studying disease and have even contributed to the development of the COVID-19 vaccines. 

Dundee Rep Presents 3M MIXTAPE To Celebrate The Best Scottish Music Talent Photo Dundee Rep Presents 3M MIXTAPE To Celebrate The Best Scottish Music Talent
by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2021

Dundee Rep has announced further details for its new music project 3M MIXTAPE which brings together and celebrates the best of Scotland-based music talent during this time of social distancing restrictions. 3M Mixtape features 12 live sessions, filmed whilst adhering to the Scottish Government Covid-19 guidelines at all times.

VIDEO: 150 Performers Record 'Make Them Hear You' to Raise Runds for StopWatch Photo VIDEO: 150 Performers Record 'Make Them Hear You' to Raise Runds for StopWatch
by Stage Tube - Jul 27, 2020

Danielle Tarento has brought together more than 150 Black and Black mixed race actors from the UK and the US, along with a 38-piece orchestra, to record a??Make Them Hear You,a?? from the Broadway musical Ragtime.

Review Roundup: THE WELKIN at the National Theatre - What Are the Critics Saying? Photo Review Roundup: THE WELKIN at the National Theatre - What Are the Critics Saying?
by Review Roundups - Jan 24, 2020

The Welkin opened at the National Theatre on 15th January and will run until 28 March, with further performances to be announced. It will be streamed as part of National Theatre Live on Thursday 21 May.

Photo Flash: Check Out Production Photos of THE WELKIN at the the National Theatre Photo Photo Flash: Check Out Production Photos of THE WELKIN at the the National Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 21, 2020

The Welkin opened at the National Theatre on 15th January and will run until 28 March, with further performances to be announced. It will be streamed as part of National Theatre Live on Thursday 21 May.

Photo Flash: Go Inside Rehearsals for THE WELKIN at the National Theatre Photo Photo Flash: Go Inside Rehearsals for THE WELKIN at the National Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 20, 2019

The Welkin is at the National Theatre from 15th January until 28 March, with further performances to be announced, and will be streamed as part of National Theatre Live on Thursday 21 May.

Natasha Cottriall Videos

VIDEO: 150 Performers Record 'Make Them Hear You' to Raise Runds for StopWatch Videoplay
VIDEO: 150 Performers Record 'Make Them Hear You' to Raise Runds for StopWatch

by Stage Tube - Jul 27, 2020

Danielle Tarento has brought together more than 150 Black and Black mixed race actors from the UK and the US, along with a 38-piece orchestra, to record a??Make Them Hear You,a?? from the Broadway musical Ragtime.


Natasha Cottriall Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Natasha Cottriall been in?
Natasha Cottriall has not appeared on Broadway.

How many West End shows has Natasha Cottriall been in?
Natasha Cottriall has appeared on London's West End in 2 shows.

What was Natasha Cottriall's first West End show?
Natasha Cottriall's first West End show was Beautiful: The Carole King Musical which opened in 2015

What is Natasha Cottriall next theatre project?
Natasha Cottriall's next show will be Joan of Arc | Globe which opens on 9/1/2022 on West End.