Cast Member Profile: STACEY OLIVER

Stacey Oliver  |  Actor

Stacey is ecstatic to be performing in GirlPower: Survival of the Fittest! Intoxicated by theatre since the age of seven, she has been in a countless number of productions. Past performances include Noises Off (Belinda/Flavia), Grease (Jan), Hamlet (Gertrude), Into the Woods (Rapunzel) and more. Stacey recently appeared in a public service announcement for the Department of Motor Vehicles and a commercial for Art on Fire. Last summer she studied drama at Carnegie Mellon University and will continue her studies this fall at Muhlenberg College....Continued

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Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Girlpower: Survival Of The Fittest  | Open: 08/15/10 Close: 08/26/10 - Robert Moss Theatre
GirlPower: Survival of the Fittest is an empowering, ensemble-driven collection of words written and performed by teenagers, struggling with issues they face growing up in today's world. In deeply personal material based on real interviews and experiences, the young women explore topics such as peer pressure, body image, being an outcast, different, flawed, and full of dreams for the future. They share their perspectives on love, relationships, current events, the future and creating change. Audiences can expect to walk away with a renewed sense of their own empowerment, regardless of age and gender.

GIRLPOWER: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
created and performed by the Project Girl Performance Collective
directed by Ashley Marinaccio and Jessica Greer Morris
edited by Elizabeth Koke and Lara Gold
assistant directed/stage managed by Katherine Sommer and Alexa Winston

About the Company: The Project Girl Performance Collective

The Project Girl Performance Collecitve empowers young women by creating a safe space to address contemporary social, political and cultural issues through the performing arts and written word. The Project Girl Performance Collective is committed to the idea of theatre and performance as a medium for awareness, action and social change. Visit them online at www.projectgirlperformancecollective.org


About the Company: Co-Op Theatre East

Founded in April of 2008, Co-Op Theatre East (COTE) believes in the power of art to foster a dialogue for social change. COTE provides an entertaining performance forum in which to ask evocative, challenging questions of artists and audiences on our way to creating collaborative answers. For more information, please visit www.cooptheatreeast.org.


 

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