Evi Stamatiou

Senior Lecturer in Theatre/ Programme Leader BA (Hons) Theatre


University of Chichester

Actor Training, Practice as Research, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Comedy, Pierre Bourdieu's Sociological Theory, Musical Theatre, Creative Producing

Evi Stamatiou is a senior lecturer in Theatre and a at the University of Chichester. She is close to completion of a PhD in actor training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Previous teaching allocations include the Guildford School of Acting (University of Surrey), the University of Portsmouth, Bath Spa University, the University of East London and the Royal School of Speech and Drama. She has published with academic publishers like Routledge, Palgrave McMillan, Intellect Books and McFarland and Co. She has presented her keynote speeches, papers and performance lectures at academic and professional conferences nationally and internationally. In 2017 she won the Board of Governors Bursary at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama for her contribution to the school and tmore...

PhD in Actor Training, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, July 2019 MA in Arts Policy and Management, Birkbeck University of London, September 2013 MA in Theatre Directing, University of East London, September 2011 BA in Theatre Studies, University of Patras (Greece), July 2010 MSc in Social Psychiatry/ Child Psychiatry, University of Ioannina (Greece), July 2007 Drama School Diploma, New Greek Theatre Drama School (Armenis), September 2003

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  1. Stamatiou, Evi (2019) A Materialist Feminist Perspective on Time in Actor-Training: the commodity of illusion. In: Time and Performer Training. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 50-62. ISBN 9780815396284
  2. Stamatiou, Evi (2017) Caryatid Unplugged: A cabaret on negotiating belonging and otherness in exile. In: Performing Exile. Intellect, Bristol and Chicago, pp. 195-216. ISBN 978-1-78320-818-0
  3. Stamatiou, Evi (2020) The Economic Communities of Edinburgh’s August Festivals: An Exclusive ‘Global Sense of Place’ and an Inclusive ‘Local Sense of Space’. In: Redefining Theatre Communities: International Perspectives on Community-Conscious Theatre-Making. Intellect, Bristol, UK. ISBN 9781789380767 (In Press)
  4. Stamatiou, Evi (2020) Stepping Forward: An Exploration of Devised Theatre’s Democratic Designs in an Actor-Training Setting. In: International Federation of Theatre Research, Political Performance Working Group, Volume 2. Brill. (In Press)
  5. Stamatiou, Evi (2017) Writing for Comedy (Frogging). In: The Global Playwriting Workbook. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. (In Press)
  6. Stamatiou, Evi (2019) A Brechtian Perspective on London Road: class representations, dialectics and the Gestic character of music from stage to screen. Studies in Musical Theatre. ISSN 1750-3159 (In Press)