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Natalie Weir (born 1967, Townsville, Queensland) is an Australian choreographer, and Artistic Director for the Expressions Dance Company in Australia.
Natalie Weir began her dance training with Ann Roberts and performed with Roberts' North Queensland Ballet Company (now Dancenorth) in Townsville. She then attended Kelvin Grove College (now Queensland University of Technology) studying under Sietsma, and moved to Sietsma's Expressions Dance Company as founding member.
Weir has choreographed for the Queensland Ballet (from 1994) and The Australian Ballet (from 2000) (both as resident choreographer); and also choreographed for the American Ballet Theatre, Houston Ballet, Hong Kong Ballet, Singapore Dance Theatre, Tanzcompagnie Giessen, the Royal Ballet School, Queensland Ballet, West Australian Ballet, Queensland Ballet, the Australian Dance Theatre, Dancenorth, and Tasdance She is Artistic Director of the Australian Expressions Dance Company with a contemporary dance repertoire.
Weir has choreographed both original works and restaged a number of older works:Expressions Dance Company
Jigsaw, (1999 and 2007), choreographer: Natalie Weir
The Australian Ballet
Dark Lullaby, (1998)
Mirror, Mirror, (2000)
Carmina Burana, (2001)
Royal Academy of Dance's Genee competition 2002
created the contemporary male and female solos
American Ballet Theatre
a contribution to the Harrison Project Within You Without You
a solo for Ethan Stiefel, performed at the International Ballet Festival Mariinsky
Heaven, (2003) danced to John Adams' Harmonium, as part one of a two act work called HereAfter.
In a Whisper, (2000)
The Host (2004);
Hong Kong Ballet
Singapore Dance Theatre
a restaging of Dark Lullaby, (2003)
Royal Ballet School
In Her Footsteps
West Australian Ballet