NATALIE TORO most recently received accolades for her portrayal of Madame Therese Defarge on Broadway in A TALE OF TWO CITIES a role for which she won Sarasota Magazine?s Best Supporting Actress Award when the show played it?s pre-Broadway run at the Asolo Repertory Theatre.
BROADWAY: Eponine in Les Misérables, Sally in A Christmas Carol. OFF-B?WAY: Ginger Zombie Prom.
NATIONAL TOURS: Eva Peron in Evita (Jeff Award nomination), Grizabella in CATS, Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar. REGIONAL: Tina in The Fix, Serena in Everything?s Ducky, Renee in Francis of Guernica, Mrs. Johnstone in Blood Brothers, The Narrator in Zorba.
TELEVISION: Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, and lent her voice to the animated feature Santa Baby for Fox Television. She also narrated a book on CD entitled , Little Elena?s Quinceanera.
FEATURED SOLOIST: Carnegie Hall, National Concert Hall in Dublin, Kentucky and Buffalo Symphonies.
Natalie?s new self-titled CD was released nationally on Monday, November 24th. In the same month, Natalie was honored by the Bronx Borough president, Adolfo Carrion, Jr. as part of PUERTO RICAN HERITAGE MONTH for her contribution for the Performing Arts.
Natalie has also been a guest on the Joey Reynolds Show and Broadway Bullet.
In February 2009, Natalie debuted her critically acclaimed solo show ?Standards, Broadway, and Everything in-Between? at The Metropolitan Room in New York City to sold out audiences and just recently performed this show at the famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, California.
A Bronx native, Natalie attended the High School of Music and Art in NYC and received a BFA in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory of Music.