Natasha Kaluza is a one-woman theatrical army. She is a multi-talented performer and educator working nationally and abroad. Kaluza has experience in many genres including acting, circus, clown, dance, singing, music, puppetry, mask, and is also a playwright. She is known as a chameleon for her ability to personify such a wide range of characters. Additionally she is one half of the award-winning clown duet Coventry & Kaluza. Natasha provides high quality performance for events, easily fits into an ensemble setting for contracted shows, and is eager to travel and work with other artists.
To use ancient and innovative performance arts to provoke hearts and minds; to inspire laughter, courage and respect for life.
Natasha Kaluza is a multi-talented performer. She graduated with honors from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Theater Arts and followed up with a graduate year of dance studies. She completed the first and second year of the Clown Conservatory at the SF Circus Center under Jeff Raz. Since 2003, she has been performing solo and ensemble works in theater, circus, music, and dance. Credits include: Sweet Can Productions, Circus Bella, Pickle Circus School Tour, New Pickle Circus, San Francisco Circus Center, Flynn Creek Circus, Circus of Sound, Sun & Moon Ensemble, Bread & Roses, New York Clown Festival, and more.
Natasha Kaluza is a highly respected coach and director for youth and adults alike. She has a minor in Education from UC Santa Cruz and has passed the CBEST. She has taught hula hooping, balance, juggling, stilting, performance and acrobatics for Smirkus Camp, Prescott Circus Theatre, Kinetic Arts Center, The Athletic Playground and International Summer Camp Montana in Switzerland among others. She has also directed several youth circus shows including the prestigious outreach tour program for the Circus Smirkus Advanced Camp, and helped facilitate original works of educational theater for two Bay Area high schools. Kaluza has given workshops to promote teamwork, trust, communication and fun for various organizations like Bread & Roses, The Aji Network, Google (through the SF Circus Center), and Rodef Sholom.