Natasha Ramondino (she/her) is a queer actor, creator, and theatre administrator living in Tkaròn:to/Toronto. She is a third generation immigrant by way of Venezuela, Trinidad, and Italy, with settler lineage from France. Natasha graduated from the Theatre and Drama Studies program at Sheridan College and the University of Toronto. A few notable theatre companies she has worked with include Nightwood Theatre, Tarragon Theatre, Convergence Theatre, Shakespeare BASH’d, 4th Line Theatre, and fu-GEN Theatre. Natasha also works at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre as Marketing Associate.
Most recent theatre credits:
How to Drink Mate by Mariel Calvo, Tarragon Theatre YPU (Pele)
Midsummer Nights: A Dream, Tottering Biped Theatre (Lysander)
(I Said Hey) What's Going On?
Factory Theatre's Training Enhancement Program
Alumni of the 2023 Acting Cohort.
Facilitated by Jeff Ho, the acting cohort participated in masterclasses, workshops, and readings, culminating in a short performance work that was showcased to industry professionals.
Tarragon Young Playwright Unit Showcase
Pele in Mariel Calvo's play How to Drink Mate.
How to Drink Mate follows the journey of Pele, a young Argentine Canadian woman as she teaches an audience...how to drink mate - a traditional tea from Argentina. The lesson infuses history, culture, and a longing for identity, family, and personal transformation.
Not Your Mija
A creative collaboration with J & A Collective
Presented at Aluna Theatre's CAMINOS Festival October 2021.
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What’s your background? But your skin is? Do you speak? Oh so you’re from? But you don’t? But you look? What does it mean to be Latinx? Is this an outdated term?
Not Your Mija explores these questions and more through stories inspired by three very different women who all identify as Latinx.