Australians did indeed love her. Critics used glittering words such as “exquisite”, "the highlight” and "poetic". She danced many lead roles with both companies. Overall, her repertoire covers a wide range, mostly the classics but including modern ballet such as Forsythe's The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude and Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room.
She has an exquisite line and beautiful extenstion and she got´s those arms that youst ripple like wings. She is at that wonderful sweet spot where she´s had a lot of experience but is still physically so youthful. It is the perfect time. Natasha is certainly is looking greatin both roles, and I think she will be a very differtent Odile to other performers. She will bring an internal sassiness, which will be quite beautiful and show a different side to the character", says David McAliister (Director "The Australian Ballet")