Stevi Theodosiou is a sociologist with an MA in Drama and Performing Arts in Education and Lifelong Learning. She is a member of Fabrica Athens Theater Group and has been working in Fabrica Artspace in the field of cultural management since 2019. In the past, she has worked as a supervisor for a summer school for children organised by the municipality of Kifisia and has interned in the Greek Film Archive.
She has participated in multiple European training courses and Erasmus+ projects. She has been involved in the Performing Arts since 2013 and, to this date, has attended various seminars; among others, on drama therapy, folk tales narration (with D. Prousalis), film direction (cultural sector of the university club of NKUA), Theatre of Research (with F. Katechos), and stilltswalking (with F. Katechos). She has participated in multiple theater groups as performer and actor, having also worked with immigrants in the group Lotofagoi during the project Art Crossroads. Also, she has worked as an assistant director in the theatrical group Mimozes.
Since May 2019, she is a member of the group Tirantelles, which has created and present the interactive show for children “Mousehole Tales”, while also doing theatrical and creative play workshops for children. As a trainer, she has coordinated a series of drama/theatre pedagogy workshops in the NGO “Ark of the World”, themed “The use of folktales, aiming at the improvement of cooperation-related skills of children”. Regarding adults, she has participated as a consultant in a series of creative drama workshops in the school of the Koridallos prison; she has also applied drama/theatre pedagogy workshops during the Erasmus+ project “ Growing up is hard to do” and during the 7th Handmade and Recycled Theater Festival.