Natasa V. Djukic

Natasha Vuchurovich Dukich is a Chicago based theatre designer and educator. Most recent theatre credits include Scapino at Gulfshore Playhouse, in Naples, Florida, as well as Gentle at TUTA and The Fundamentals, Between Riverside and Crazy and Grand Concourse at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago. Natasha is a founding member of TUTA Theatre, where she designs costumes and occasionally sets. Natasha taught theatre design and design history classes at James Madison University in Virginia and Loyola University Chicago. TUTA design projects include sets and costumes for Music Hall and costume design for Baal, Uncle Vanya, Brecht's The Wedding and many more. Other Chicago credits include projects at Trap Door, Theatre Y, Theatre at The Center, Light Opera works, European Rep, Northwestern University Opera, Roosevelt, and DePaul University Operas. Nationally Natasha's work has been seen in Washington DC (most notably at Woolly Mammoth Theatre), LA, New York, Richmond VA, and internationally in the former Yugoslavia. Independent feature film costume designs include Black Mail and Cast in Grey.

Fun fact: She designed costume for Robin Lopez in a short Alice in Wonderland inspired movie for the Chicago Bulls that was featured on the ESPN in December. She also works in the Trade show/Exhibit Industry.

Natasha holds an MFA in Costume Design from University of Maryland, College Park.