Natalie King MFA '24

Natalie King

 MFA '24

Natalie King (she/her) is in her final year as an MFA candidate in Theater Management at the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale and is serving as Yale Schwarzman Center's Associate Director of Strategic Initiatives.

While in CT, she has worked as Co-Managing Director of Yale Cabaret, Interim Director of Development at Westport Country Playhouse, Assistant Managing Director of Yale Repertory Theatre, and Creativity Fellow at the Heinz Endowment. 

Prior to Yale, she was Institutional Giving Manager at Theatre Development Fund (TDF) and Director of Development for New York Deaf Theatre in New York City. Natalie has worked as a general manager, stage manager, and sound engineer with several small and mid-sized dance, theater, and festival organizations in New York City. She has also performed professionally with dance choreographers Pat Graney, Nusha Martenyuk, and Richard Dickinson, and companies Pennsylvania Ballet and Hudson Vagabond Puppets, among others. Natalie received her B.A. at Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH where she was awarded the Helen H. Ward Memorial Award for outstanding contributions in Theatre & Dance.

Natalie King, MFA ’24


Associate Director of Strategic Initiatives

Yale Schwarzman Center

PO Box 208299

New Haven, CT 06520

Featured image:

Natalie King, Photo: Laurie Valentina Gomez Acosta YC '22