Natalie Iscovich is thrilled to be working with LA Opera. She was the choreographer for Las Tres Mujeres de Jerusalén in 2022 and Moses in 2023 at the Cathedral. Natalie is a Los Angeles-based professional theatrical performer, dancer, choreographer and teacher. She received her BFA in dance performance and choreography from Chapman University. She has partnered with LA Opera Connects since 2021, during the midst of social distancing and masking, aiming to bring three operas, in dance form, to LAUSD elementary and high school students. In the summer of 2022, she choreographed the world premiere of the new musical Witnesses with CCAE Theatricals in San Diego, and has recently been awarded for her work with the production. As a performer she has been a part of various live productions, as well as film and television.

Credits include the national tour of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (associate choreographer), Macbeth with LA Opera, Aida with the Pacific Symphony. Television: The Thundermans (Nick). Film: The Sound the Soul Makes. Regional: Cabaret (MCRE), Mamma Mia! (associate choreographer), West Side Story (MCRE), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (MTW), The Full Monty, Beauty and the Beast, The Addams Family, Tarzan, Side Show, Seussical: the Musical (3DT), In the Heights, Kiss Me, Kate and Bye Bye Birdie (CMT).

She is passionate about education and creating environments for dancers and people to become the best version of themselves. She is a certified yoga and pilates instructor and has learned the importance of injury management and supporting artists with their physical and mental well being. She is honored to work at The Artist Collective LA, where she engages with young aspiring professionals to hone their artistry.