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Natalie’s choreographical works filters society and human vulnerability, exploring unwritten rules and finding the fine line between tragedy and humor.

 
 
 

Genesis - Human Nature(2016)

Dance-Theater & live music

Idea/ Producer: Carol Weber Choreography: Natalie Wagner Photos: Helen Ree

 

 

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Neighbor's garden (2015)

The grass is always greener at the other side

What Natalie Wagner and her company succeeds wonderfully, is the characterization of three stage characters.
— Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Idea/Concept/Choreography: Natalie Wagner In collab with the dancers: Irene Andreetto, Jenna Hendry, Emma Skyllbäck œil extérieure: Katja Grässli Light: Markus Brunn Costume: Lisa Überbacher Stage: Massimo Nardiello

 
 

 

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It is, what it is! (2014)

As a dancer Natalie Wagner shows a wonderful and delicious talent for comedy and wraps the audience skillfully around the finger
— Neue Zürcher Zeitung
With her own choreographed, selfe-reflective graceful ‘It is, what it is!’ she lands an other hit.
— Kulturkritik


 

Idea/Concept/Choreography/Dance: Natalie Wagner Light: Markus Brunn Text: Saif Ali Photos: Helen Ree

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Le ThéatRe Kriens

Musical:  Flashdance (2013)

Producer: Isabelle Flachsmann Choreography: Natalie Wagner

 

 
Ein Spiel hinter dem Spiel. Faszinierend und zerstörerisch zugleich.
— OltnerTagblatt

Idee/Konzept/Choreografie: Natalie Wagner
Tanz: Angela Wehrli, Ivana Ivanovic, Klaudia Snios, Deborah Saputo
Licht: Markus Brunn
Fotos: Helen Ree

 
 

 

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Kurzstück Work-in-progress 'Nachbars Garten' (2014)

Dancers: Klaudia Snios, Anja Galligher, Oriana Berger, Pauline Reineri Composer: Ruppert Lally

 
 

 

Le Théatre Kriens

Musical:  Chicago (2012)

Producer: Marina Macura  Choreografie: Natalie Wagner

 

 

Collabs & Experimental Projects

KörperArchiv (2012-2013)

5 Choreographers - 1 dancer

I chose 5 international Choreographers to work independently from each other with me within 5 days. I proposed absolutely freedom in theire subject and creation, only that it had to be with my body, my abilities as a tool to work with. I was wondering, what the outcome would be, when comparing the works with each other. Would a specific element appear that would stick out in each solo? And if yes, would that be the unchangeable element in me, as a performer, as a person? Each collaboration was presented on day 5 as a informal showing.
My conclusion of comparing all the works with each other, I expressed in my own solo 'It is, what it is!'

Choreographers: Charlotta Öfverholm (Sweden)Lior Leve (Israel), Jason Jakobs (DE/USA), Katja Grässli (NL/CH), Elijah Gibson (USA)

 

Tunded (2013)

Live photo- and dance performance - Helen Ree & Natalie Wagner

 

ZürichTanzt! Festival 'TanzTram' (2013)

Idea/ Concept: Natalie Wagner, Daniel Borak Composer: Kilian Deissler & ca 20 dancers from zurich

 

Improvisation mit Live-Audio-Processing

Bass, Electronics, Projection: Marc Jenny Drums: Emanuel Künzi Dance: Natalie Wagner
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Music-Dance-Video Experimental Project

Hexenkessel: Vocal: Rahel Kraft  Drums: Valeria Zangger  Tanz: Natalie Wagner  Video und Schnitt: Manuel Weber

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Winterthurer Filmfestival

 

 

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comme un cocon (2010)

Idea/Conzept: Sarah Keusch
Choreography & Dance: Sarah Keusch, Natalie Wagner, Ally Hauser, Kizzy Garcia

 
 

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Diarios (2008)

Idea/ Choreography: Natalie Wagner  Dancers: Sandro Minasi, Giovanna De Caro, Sarah Keusch, Max X.

 
 

 

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da_gegen_über (2007)

Idea: Natalie Wagner & Barblina Meierhans Dancers: Nina Hauser, Sarah Keusch, Lavdrim Dzemaili, Veronique Porta, Giovanna De Caro, Nadine Rollin Musicians: Tom, Barblina, X

 
 

 
 

 

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Ausbruch (2007)

Idea: Natalie Wagner Choreographers: Natalie Wagner, Adam Parson, Nina Stadler, Malaya