an actor, singer, dancer
& creative from the Washington, D.C. area, Natalie's love of theater was recognized at an early age and the pursuit to study and nurture her craft has been supported throughout the years. She is a two-time Helen Hayes Award recipient with Washington, DC's premiere physical theater, Synetic, has performed on Broadway's American Airlines Theater stage with the 24 Plays on Broadway, and line produced on Sean Baker's Oscar nominated The Florida Project. She currently lives in Los Angeles where she works in theater, film, television and studies writing at Santa Monica College. She is of Cuban, Spanish, Albanian & Romanian descent.
A company member with The Road Theater, she currently studies with Anthony Meindl & Musical Improv with Tara Copeland at The Upright Citizen's Brigade. Natalie can currently be seen in the original run of of Jason Karasev’s new play, DEATH HOUSE, directed by Michael Peretzian, at The Road Theatre in North Hollywood. Catch her in New York City on May 2nd, at Feinstein’s 54 Below as part of the original cast of STARRY, a new pop-rock musical about Vincent Van Gogh.
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$15 tickets with code: ‘redemption’
March 3rd Sunday @7pm
March 7th Thursday @8pm
Natalie Llerena’s riveting Liliana, defiant and hard as nails when first we meet her, slowly reveals the loving soul who might have bloomed had life dealt her a different hand, and Llerena plays a key scene as it is scripted, with an in your face “This is who I am” boldness that throws coyness and caution to the wind.
The incomparable Sam Anderson makes Death House’s main cast a must-see. The same can be said for A-list Alternates Christian Prentice and Natalie Llerena.
-STAGE SCENE LA
"A breathtaking new musical…" - Stage Raw
STARRY: A POP-ROCK MUSICAL ABOUT VINCENT VAN GOGH
For one Starry Night only, Feinstein’s/54 Below will be painted with the colors of Vincent van Gogh. Coming off their sold-out run at Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles, this concert version of Dahan & D'Angelo's emotional and explosive 'Starry' will be the first East Coast glimpse into the new pop-rock musical.