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Natalie Scarlett

Natalie Scarlett is an English and drama teacher by day and a theatrical director, writer, and creative person all the time, especially at night. She serves the community as an arts organizer on the boards of the Fort Collins Fringe Festival and the Weekend Warrior Film Festival. With the flexible schedule of a teacher, she travels extensively in the summers seeking to further her knowledge and refine her craft. She has taught English in Korea, travelled to Europe and South America, and studied in New York and Chicago. Before really pursuing her teaching career in Fort Collins, Natalie backpacked through Europe for eight months while she worked as a freelance English tutor, innkeeper and bike shop keeper. Natalie has a B.A. from Hillsdale College in Michigan, where she studied acting and directing. Past directing credits include Sartre's No Exit and Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author, as well as numerous short plays. She has worked on several productions with OpenStage Theatre as an assistant director, most recently directing Caroline M. McGraw's Ultimate Beauty Bible as well as two original pieces, The Eggplant, and Other Domestic Incidents and Slouch and Grouch for the Fringe Festival. Natalie is proud of the thriving arts scene in Fort Collins and eager to continue writing, making theatre, producing films and generally contributing to and supporting arts and culture in our community. Her production company, Cipher Creative Productions, is an incubating project with which she hopes to build a new theatre company with a focus on showcasing new work by emerging writers, directors, and actors with a DIY spirit and a focus on innovation and community involvement.

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