Natasha Djukic

CO-FOUNDER

2017 Gentle
2015 Music Hall
2012 The Dumb Waiter
2012 Fulton Street Sessions
2011 The Wedding
2010 Baal
2010 The Wedding
2009 Uncle Vanya
2009 Maria's Field
2008 The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
2008 Uncle Vanya
2007 It's Only the End of the World
2007 Tracks
2006 Tracks
2006 Huddersfield
2005 Still Life in Color
2005 Birds
2004 Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World
2004 The Sweet Little Prince
2004 Mozart and Salieri
2003 Alice
2002 The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other
1998 Quartet
1996 The Wedding/The Chalk Cross/The Beggar
 

Natasha is originally from Belgrade, Serbia. With her husband Zeljko, Natasha founded TUTA, where her costume and make-up designs (for Quartet) were nominated for Helen Hayes Awards. In addition to TUTA, Natasha's Chicago designs were seen at Ulysses Theatre, Organic, Steppenwolf, European Rep, Light Opera Works, and Theatre at the Center, and many more operas, musicals, and plays in academic theatre. Nationally and internationally, Natasha designed for Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Washington Jewish, Howard Rep (all in DC), TUTA West/Zephyr Theatre in LA, and National Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia.  Recently, Natasha also designed costumes for three feature-length independent movies shot in and around Chicago. 

To contact Natasha send an email to natasha@tuta-theatre.org.


TUTA is partially supported by Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development, The Light A City Fund, The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation, The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, City Arts I and the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, The Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, The Saints, and Promet Source.