Natasha Crane

Creative Director / Choreographer / Performer

Natasha Crane is an international choreographer and performer who is based in Sydney Australia. 

Natasha has a diploma in performing arts and a wide range of experience to draw from.


As a performer she was a dancer in the film “Happy Feet 2” working with US choreographer Wade Robson for Kennedy Miller Productions. She has made numerous TV appearances on shows  including “X Factor”, “Helpmann Awards”, “NRL” and “Lord Mayors NYE Broadcast”. As well as appearing in TVC’s for “Farmer Wants A Wife”, “Axe Deoderant” & “The Singing Office”. She has performed alongside international and Australian artists such as Redfoo, Jessie J, Nikki Webster, Tony Campbell & Wayne Scott Kermond. She has also worked as a line captain for Princess Cruises and as an ensemble member in the musical “Candyman”. She has danced at many events such as hair expo for Redken & the opening of the “Star Casino” under creative direction of the Squared Division.



Her choreography and creative direction has taken her work internationally, working in Macau, Hong Kong, Bali, Singapore, India and the Philipines along with a great body of work in Australia. She is currently producing "The Dreamgirls" a dance group performing at Centreplay in "City Of Dreams" casino in Manila, Philipines. Natasha recently returned from India working as the assistant creative director to Michael Schwandt on “India’s Raw Star”. She has worked as the Choreographer and Assistant Dance Manager for the “Venetian” casino in Macau also choreographing “Winter Dream” for millennium entertainment in Singapore. Her recent work is currently on board the “Pacific Jewel” and “Pacific Pearl” for P & O cruises. She has choreographed for Australian artists at the NYE Lord Mayors ball which was broadcast worldwide from the Sydney Opera House for Bobby Fox & Iota. Other credits include choreographing for Wendy Matthews and Rhonda Burchmore at the Premier’s Concert at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Her choreography also appeared at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras for Samantha Jade and Courtney Act as the choreographic assistant to William Forsythe. She has staged a number of fashion parades including “Tony & Guy” and “Karen Gee”. 

Natasha has a strong passion for the health and sustainability of the entertainment industry both in Australia and globally. Encouraging everyone to work towards better rates and conditions for dancers, performers and creative professionals. Wanting to create the possibilty of longevity in the arts for all of those that desire it.


Please look through, the credits, showreel and contact page if you are interested in engaging Natasha for your next professional endeavour.