Natalie Toro discusses her role as ‘Esther’ in the World Premiere Musical “SNOW CHILD” at Arena Stage
Natalie Toro (Esther) discusses her debut performance at Arena Stage in the world premiere musical, SNOW CHILD.
Based on Eowyn Ivey’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel, SNOW CHILD follows a couple rebuilding their lives in the 1920s Alaskan wilderness, when they meet a magical and mysterious young girl who transforms them.
SNOW CHILD is playing in the Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage, now until May 20th. Tickets can be purchased at arenastage.org
Natalie Toro – BIO: On Broadway, Natalie originated the role of Madame Defarge in A Tale of Two Cities, Sally in A Christmas Carol and was the first American to play Eponine in Les Miserables. National tour credits include Eva Peron in the 20th Anniversary Tour of Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, CATS and In the Heights. Off- Broadway credits include The Yellow Brick Road, Zombie Prom, The Audience and Magpie. Regional credits include Benny and Joon, The Bikinis, Zorba, Blood Brothers, Frances of Guernica, Everything’s Ducky, Fame and The Fix. TV credits include Law and Order, SVU, Elementary, Person of Interest, Black Box and PBS. She has performed as a soloist with symphony orchestras and at Carnegie Hall, National Concert Hall (Dublin) and major cruise lines. Solo CD’s, Natalie Toro and Just in Time for Christmas. www.natalietoro.com