Natasha Rothwell began improvising in the placenta but fine-tuned her skills at the University of Maryland where she was apart of the improv troupe, Erasable Inc. and recieved her BA in Theatre Performance. She was in the mainstage company of Washington Improv Theatre (WIT) from 2003 - 2008. During that time she served as the Director of Education; created and directed the resident WIT troupe Caveat; and performed in the show iMusical:The Improvised Musical. While in Washington, D.C. she performed at the Kennedy Center, Studio Theatre, Olney Theatre, and also served as a principal Teaching Artist/Performer for Arena Stage (Community Engagement). Before moving to New York, Natasha spent a year performing and teaching with Spontaeous Confusion, the mainstage cast at the Tokyo Comedy Store in Tokyo, Japan.