Stacey Christodoulou, Artistic Director

Stacey Christodoulou is the founder and artistic director of The Other Theatre. She has directed all of The Other Theatre’s works, including texts by Fernando Arrabal, Peter Handke, Heiner Müller, R.W. Fassbinder (nomination, Masque Awards for Best Direction), Sarah Kane, Wallace Shawn and Kurt Vonnegut, as well as Canadian authors Greg MacArthur and Mathieu Gosselin.

Spanning over thrity years, her work has been presented in many Montreal venues (Centaur Theatre, Prospero Theatre, the Segal Center, Espace Libre, Oboro Gallery, Montréal arts interculturel, La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines) as well as found spaces and a moving elevator.

Photo: Tania Dos Santos
Marcher France, The Other Theatre

Stacey Christodoulou is a Drama Specialist graduate from the University of Toronto where she studied under Uta Birnbaum, a director in the Berliner Ensemble and Bertolt Brecht’s last assistant. She moved to Montreal in 1991 to study corporal mime at l’école de mime Omnibus, contact dance and physical theatre. She also studied Viewpoints improvisation with Viewpoints founders Anne Bogart and Mary Overlie, as well as with international directors at the LaMama Theatre Directors Symposium (NYC / Italy).

She has directed and taught at the National Theatre School of Canada and the Department of Theatre and Film at the University of Toledo (USA), Brock University and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Quebec in Montreal and at McGill University, as well as mentoring upcoming artists for various organizations across Canada and internationally.

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