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Natalie Myrick

Natalie Myrick

Biography

Natalie Myrick is a playmaker/noisemaker/troublemaker based in Brooklyn, NY, who is especially interested in contemporary musical theatre, new works in development, and theatre for social change. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she spent a year writing, designing, and touring in musicals for young audiences in Paju, South Korea, with English Musicals Korea. Since then, Natalie has performed at regional theaters in the Southeast and Off-Broadway venues in NYC.

As an educator, Natalie teaches with Broadway Bound Kids and TheatreworksUSA, where she designs songwriting curriculum and teaches Create-A-Musical classes. When she is not writing librettos with elementary schoolers about outer space or haunted monster truck arenas, she spends her spare time writing songs and satire. She hopes to release her first EP or full-length musical (or both!) by the end of this year. Stay tuned!

Select credits: Playdate (Dixon Place), Phantom Tollbooth (Hangar Theatre), Tarzan (English Musicals Korea), Last Five Years (Company Carolina). Upcoming: Off-White; Or the Arab House Party Play (Breaking & Entering Theatre Collective).

Professional Experience

  • Off Broadway
  • Regional
  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • Education
  • Tours

Regions

  • NYC/Tri-State Area

Interested in touring?

  • Yes

Hireable as

  • Theatrical Lyricist
  • Bookwriter/Librettist
  • Songwriter
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Classroom music teacher at an educational institution
  • Actor-Musician

My Primary Instrument

  • Voice

My Instruments

  • Guitar - acoustic
  • Guitar - electric
  • Piano
  • Voice

Software

  • GarageBand

Pronouns

  • She/Her