"I want to know Christ through the power of his resurrection and share in the fellowship of his sufferings." Philippians 3:10
Natalie Wilson serves as an Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts at ETBU. She has her MFA in Acting from Regent University, and her BA in Theatre Arts from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. A California native, Natalie comes to ETBU with Hollywood credits, along with professional acting and voice over, improv, choreography, directing, and dialect coaching experience from across the country. Natalie has previously taught at Biola University, Cypress College, and The American Music and Dramatic Academy (AMDA). She has directed and choreographed for The Southern California Shakespeare Festival, Tidewater Stage Company, Regent University, and Cal Poly Pomona University. Natalie enjoys coaching actors with different needs and abilities, and is an advocate for better representation in the entertainment industry. Most recently, she worked on season one of ABC’s hit drama "Stumptown" as the on set acting and voice coach for an actor with Down Syndrome. Natalie is most passionate about exploring the work of entertainment through a Christian lens, combining faith and practice. Natalie aims to always spread the love of Christ, and to train students to not only be excellent in their craft, but to boldly step out in their faith in an industry where the light of God is so desperately needed.