Artist and Performer - Niketa Calame

Niketa Calame
Niketa Calame


Niketa Calame was born on November 10, 1980. She is a senior Theater Arts major at UCSC. Her university credits include: "Random with a Purpose", "the Black Sheep in Cinderella" (1999), "God's Trombone", and "Long Time Since Yesterday". Calame has just completed her junior year abroad, where she studied theatre at the University of Exeter in England, just south of London. It was there that she was cast in the musical Oklahoma at the Nortcotte Theater in Exeter. Calame has a strong love and devotion to the performing arts and has performed in many productions, including: "42nd Street", "Guys and Dolls", "Anything Goes", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", "Romeo and Juliet", "Macbeth", and "The Bald Soprano". Calame is most noted for her role as the voice of Young Nala in Disney's The Lion King.

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