Natalie Rose is one third of the performance collective post, has been involved in Australia's Contemporary Arts scene for the past 20 years, and is currently the Creative Director at Shopfront Arts Co-Op,. Her work has been seen nationally and internationally at Sydney Festival, Belvoir, Sydney Theatre Company, Malthouse Theatre, Cambridge Junction (UK) and Sydney Opera House, to name a few. Most recently with post, Oedipus Schmoedipus has toured to Santiago Chile, West Kowloon Cultural Precinct Authority in Hong Kong and in 2020 was proposed be showcased as a part of AsiaTOPA at Arts Centre Melbourne before Covid-19 forced the program to be postponed. As part of post, her 2017 Sydney Festival work Ich Nibber Dibber was remounted at the Sydney Opera House and Malthouse Theatre. Natalie has facilitated workshops for the past 20 years for young and emerging artists, with and without disability. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Theatre-making) from the University of Western Sydney, Nepean and has trained at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists and Urban Theatre Projects as a member of their highly regarded ensembles. In 2019, Campbelltown Arts Centre commissioned Natalie to develop a new work about Motherhood which she will continue developing in 2020.