Performing Arts
Natalie  Greene

Natalie Greene

Adjunct Professor, Dance

Natalie Greene is a performer, teacher, creator and collaborator working in dance and theater. Since 2003, she has worked as an Artist-in-Residence with the San Francisco Arts Education Project, and is currently the Associate Director of the SFArtsED Players. As Adjunct Faculty in the USF Dance Program, Natalie leads a service-learning summer program in southern Peru and co-directs the intergenerational performance company, Dance Generators. Natalie has also taught through ODC School, SF School of the Arts High School and San Francisco State University. Natalie has created performances featuring youth, elders, incarcerated adults, families, pregnant women and professional artists of various disciplines. Her site-specific performance work ranges from flash mobs to intimate duets and miniature operas.  As a performer, Natalie has worked with Deborah Slater, Emily Keeler, Erin Mei-Ling Stuart, Kelly Kemp, Kim Epifano, Leyya Tawil, Mary Armentrout and collaborates as a member of the innovative devised theater ensemble, Mugwumpin.