Cheung Kit-ying Natalie is a dramaturg for various cross-disciplinary productions. She has graduated as Master of Drama Education from Griffith University of Australia, and is a Hong Kong Arts Development Council examiner (Drama, Arts Education, 2015–present). She has worked as Education and Outreach Manager of Chung Ying Theatre Company (2008-11), and Vice-chairperson and committee member of Hong Kong Drama/Theatre and Education Forum (2005-15), where she was responsible for organising local and international academic conferences, marketing, research, and publishing.
Since 2000, Cheung has served as a drama education curriculum design and training instructor for teachers from kindergarten to tertiary education, working with the Education Bureau, Standing Committee on Language Education and Research, Oxfam, Hong Kong Repertory Company, etc. She also writes and directs theatre works with different communities. Cheung is interested in the ecology and development of theatre, and her writings have been published in Critical Stages, Hong Kong Drama Yearbook, etc. Major theatre works include: Inter-Face Installation Performance, Things That Talk, Morbid Anatomy, The Hong Kong Plague of 1894 of Museum Theatre Project, ‘Elderly Oral History Community Theatre Series’, Forum Theatre with and for people with lived experience of mental ill health, etc.