Natalie plays a macho man on stage in a post-"Me Too" world. The character is ludicrous, disgusting, naive, sad and (at points) trying to do the right thing. Gutsy in look, the protagonist is topless throughout the whole show, sporting a wig, hair everywhere and a handle bar mustache. The large physical performance involves purposely awkward crowdwork that is fun at first, shocking in the middle (as the performance gets pretty raunchy) and pretty middling at the end. And that's how you might describe 'Nate' as a whole. A good concept designed to shock that just ultimately fizzles out as the viewer's asking themselves, 'Why?' Is it a meta-commentary on the ultra-serious one man show? Was that the point? Or was it really just about how men just don't get it? The message is intentionally vague but at least it was entertaining.