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Natasha Davison

Natasha Davison

Natasha Davison has served on the producing team for Broadway musicals The Prom, directed/choreographed by Casey Nicholaw (Mean Girls, Aladdin, Book of Mormon, Spamelot, Something Rotten) and Half Time, directed/choreographed by Jerry Mitchell (Legally Blonde, Pretty Woman, Kinky Boots), Davison has over 35 years of experience in commercial entertainment in production, performance, choreography and direction, both domestically and internationally.

With a passion for musical theatre, dance and storytelling, Davison is focused on developing new musical theatre narratives that shift paradigms for the representation of women. As the artistic director of new musical development, she has produced workshops at The University of Texas at Austin including Princesses - The Musical by Cheri & Bill Steinkellner (Sister Act, Cheers) and David Zipple (City of Angels); ZM by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman (Urinetown); Giant Steps by Michael Dexter and Eric Weinberg,  directed by Billy Porter (Kinky Boots); Midsummer Nights by Valerie Vigoda and Brendan Milburn and Persuasion by Harold Taw and Chris Jeffries. Performing highlights include Cats (national tour), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (German premiere/cast album), Joseph and the Amazing Techni-Color Dreamcoat (German premiere/cast album) and the MGM series, Fame.

Davison is an award-winning television producer, having worked with WCVB-TV, WSB-TV, CNN, nationally-syndicated magazine Healthbeat with Dr. Timothy Johnson, Streetbeat (NYC) and Healthstyles (LA).

Areas of Expertise

  • Broadway Producer
  • Musical Theatre
  • Director/Choreographer
  • Television
  • Producer/Writer

Recent Performances and Creative Works 

  • The Prom (Producer, Broadway) 
  • Half Time (Producer, Broadway)
  • "Hollywood to Broadway: Adapting Films to Stage" (SXSW Panel, Producer)
  • Princesses - The Musical by David Zipple, Cheri and Bill Stein (Artistic Director, New Musical Development) 
  • Giant Steps by Michael Dexter, Directed by Billy Porter (Artistic Director, New Musical Development) 
  • ZM by Mark Hollman and Greg Kotis (Artistic Director, New Musical Development) 
  • Persuasion by Harold Taw and Chris Jeffries (Artistic Director, New Musical Development) 
  • The Drowsy Chaperone (Choreographer, Texas Theatre and Dance)
  • The Wild Party (Choreographer, Texas Theatre and Dance)
  • The Sparrow (Choreographer, Texas Theatre and Dance)
  • Trojan Women (Choreographer, Texas Theatre and Dance)
  • Legally Blonde, the Musical (Choreographer, Texas Theatre and Dance)
  • Fame The Musical (Choreographer, Texas Theatre and Dance)

What do you enjoy most about being part of the UT Theatre and Dance community?

The creativity and energy of the UT students!

What is your favorite thing about Austin? 

The creative culture. 

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