49/51: Balancing the Comedy and Tragedy of Life
Natasha Kaluza’s autobiographical tale features theater, dance, and circus. A born-again father and a New Age mother equal a teeter-totter existence. One clown dances on the edge of her psyche trying to balance her life before Judgment Day. It’s a struggle between good and evil, depression and elation, Jesus and James Brown. Natasha holds a degree in theater and a graduate certificate in dance from UCSC, and attended two years of the SF Clown Conservatory under Jeff Raz. She has performed with the New Pickle Circus, Pickle Circus School Tour, Circus Bella, Flynn Creek Circus, Circus of Sound, Sweet Can Productions, Teatro ZinZanni and many others. Kaluza serves as co-artistic director for Sweet Can Productions, and helps produce their annual holiday show, Mittens & Mistletoe: A Winter Circus Cabaret. Aside from being the Super Duper Hula Hooper, she is perhaps best known for her work with partner Jamie Coventry. Coventry & Kaluza won Best Comedy/Clown Act in the American Circus Festival two years in a row, and Best Duo in the Picklewater Free Circus Festival.
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