Stasi will direct a staged reading of Lesbos by Effie Samara at Tramway in Glasgow at 7pm on 2 June. This new work examines the refugee crisis in Greece and what happens when Governments ask their citizens to do their dirty work. http://www.tramway.org/events/pages/event-details.aspx?EventId=8e540211-25fc-401c-80cb-a77500c67932
I Love you in Danish (Jeg Elsker dig)
Stasi directs her 10th A Play, A Pie and A Pint with I Love You in Danish as the 1st show of the mini-musical season. Written by Dave Anderson, this musical tells the tale of love at the start of WWII and warns of the rise of fascism. The show opens on 29 May and runs until 3 June. Further details here: http://playpiepint.com/plays/i-love-danish-jeg-elsker-dig/
Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda
On 24 March 2017, Stasi will be directing Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland at 1pm as part of the Fridays at 1 series. Co-produced with RCS Principal, Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, this piece uses letters, reading and music (string and piano trio and jazz vocalist) of the era to examine the relationship of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Tickets are on sale now, please visit https://www.rcs.ac.uk/boxoffice-event/eventid/54006-Principal-Sharkey:Dear-Scott,-Dearest-Zelda for further details.
Lifelines at Luminate Festival
Stasi will be directing a series of short plays and monologues at the Traverse Theatre on 19 October at 7pm. Working with Thrawn Craws Collective, this informal production stubbornly celebrates life! Further information here: http://www.traverse.co.uk/whats-on/event-detail/938/lifelines.aspx
Jan Tait and the Bear
Jan Tait and the Bear is a new comedic chamber opera written by Emily Doolittle. Presented by Ensemble Thing with Catherine Backhouse, Brian McBride and Alan McHugh, the opera will be performed at CCA Glasgow on 6 October at 8pm and 8 October at 1pm. Preview it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Spdmljqd7ow
Face plays in Mull
Face-Isobel and Face-Morag are being performed on the Isle of Mull as part of the Small Bites Festival at An Tobar. Face-Isobel will be performed on 3 August at 8:00pm-Details here: http://www.comar.co.uk/whats-on/face-isobel Face-Morag will be on 10 August also at 8:00pm-Details here: http://www.comar.co.uk/whats-on/face-morag
A PLAY, A PIE AND A PINT-400TH PLAY!!!!
Stasi will be directing one of the Mini-Musicals-The Day I Found the Blues by Dave Anderson 6 June - 11 June at Oran Mor in Glasgow.
Further information is available here: http://playpiepint.com/plays/mini-musicals-season-day-i-found-blues/
A Play, A Pie and A Pint-double bill
Stasi will be directing two weeks of performances in a unique double bill of monologues written by Peter Arnott. The plays Face-Isobel and Face-Morag will each perform for a week-8-13 February and 15-20 February.
Tete a Tete Festival-London
one Day this will be long ago will make it's London debut as part of the tete a tete festival at egg London 23-24 july 2015
Details here: http://www.tete-a-tete.org.uk/egg-london/
La Traviata AT royal opera house
June 2015 Stasi will be Assistant directing on the production
Butterfly kiss embarkS on its 3rd scottish tour! Dates include:
March 29-Paisley-Paisley Arts Centre
April 1-Rutherglen-Rutherglen Town Hall
April 2-Lanark-Memorial Hall
April 4-Glasgow-Oran Mor
April 10-East Kilbride-Arts Centre
April 11-Bo'ness-Barony Theatre
April 17-Helensburgh-Victoria Hall
May 9-Musselburgh-Brunton Theatre
January 26, 2015 Stasi will open the A Play, A Pie and A Pint Season at Oran Mor with Anne Hogg's play-Butterfly
Starting in October at Glasgow King's Theatre, Stasi will be directing the Scottish premiere of Whingeing Women. Set to tour Scotland, this play will make you laugh, cry and then laugh some more! http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/whingeing-women/kings-theatre/
In September, Stasi will be directing It's Only Words by Sylvia Dow for A Play, A Pie and A Pint. This lovely piece will run 22-27 September 2014 at Oran Mor in Glasgowhttp://playpiepint.com/?p=6720
Butterfly Kiss strikes again! Further Glasgow dates announced for June of 2014, including a celebratory performance for Heineken Brewery Employees.
Stasi's production of Butterfly Kiss will be revived for a Scottish tour. Written by Dave Anderson and featuring Dave, Katie Barnett and Jack Mullen this touching coming of age seashore musical is touring to venues within the Central belt. All performances (except matinee) will feature a musical set by Dave.
Saturday Mar 22: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Sunday Mar 23: The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock
Friday Mar 28: Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkaldy.
Tuesday Apr 1: Oran Mor, Glasgow
Wednesday Apr 2: Gaiety Theatre, Ayr
Thursday Apr 3: Howden Park Centre, Livingstone (matinee)
Friday Apr 4: Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld
Saturday Apr 5: Regal Theatre, Bathgate
On April 10, 2014 Stasi will be directing The Progressive Playwright at The Tron Theatre, Glasgow
In April-June 2014 Stasi will be at the Royal Opera House Assistant Directing on Robert Carson's production of Dialogues des Carmélites