Devised Theatre 

Program Director: Stephanie Weber Remmert

Core Group: Sara Melita, Giulia Pezzulo, John Stevenson

In Devised Theatre, an ensemble of actors works together through exercises to develop an original script.

Composite offers an annual production each Fall 

Coming in October 2020

Shelter

a devised theatre production about homelessness


directed by Michael Kennedy and Stephanie Weber Remmert

The Cast

Diaka Kaba Hill

Michael Kennedy

Tim Martin

Giulia Pezzulo

Siobhan Shea

John Stevenson

Stephanie Weber Remmert

 

 

Community partner: Joseph's House

Funded in part by a NYSCA Decentralization grant through The Arts Center of the Capital Region

Stephanie Weber-Remmert is a graduate of the studio program at the American Musical Dramatic Academy (NYC campus) and received her B.S. in theatre from Russell Sage college in Troy, NY. While at Russell Sage she learned about and performed in Devised theatre pieces directed by Leigh Strimbeck, using Viewpoints as one of the exercises for developing the Devised theatre pieces. Stephanie recently led a workshop for Siena college theatre students on Viewpoints and directed a devised theatre piece called “The Knot” at the Albany Barn.  She is a member of the Creative Action Unlimited touring company and the Creative Action Unlimited Playback theater company.

       The Knot: Theatre & Hope Entwined
         
         Albany Barn, Fall 2017 

Devised theatre is a collaborative process that stretches the imagination by challenging performers to not only bring roles to life, but to create content and structure through group exploration. Stephanie Weber-Remmert guided our small group with aplomb on the maiden voyage of this contingent’s discovery of what hope means to them. Through a blend of narrative and abstract perspectives, I feel that we had successfully facilitated a dialogue with the audience that was meaningful, thought-provoking, and entertaining.

                                            Kristoph DiMaria

Working with Stephanie was to create genuine moments. She helped to guide toward
the truth of the scene. I would most certainly work with her again.....JHK 

Epicenter: a devised theatre piece about loving an addict

Albany Barn, Fall 2018

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