“If you are not telling my story, not telling the stories of all the diffrent people in this country, then you can't call yourself an American theater”
GEORGE C. WOLFE
NaTasha is a director, playwright and North Carolina native. Much of her inspiration comes from her southern roots. Her work is often grounded in Black History and invites productive discourse. She is committed to amplifying underrepresented voices so that awareness/education is increased. She’s worked with organizations such as The North Carolina Black Repertory Company, Playmakers Repertory Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Theatre For a New Audience, Bull City Black Theatre Festival, DNAWORKS, Mott Haven Academy Charter School and New Hazlett Theatre CSA 21/22. She is also a recipient of FMM Longlist Prize for Works in Heightened Language from Synecdoche Works, 2021. NaTasha holds a BA in Drama from UNC-Greensboro and an M.F.A in Directing from Carnegie Mellon University.