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Stebos is a New York-based stage director, producer, dramaturg, and teaching artist. He is the founder and artistic director of Theatreplots Productions, a company and training ground for actors based on the ensemble model set forth by Anatoly Vasiliev and Jurij Alschitz in Europe. He also serves on the Board of the Pirandello Society of America and of LaMicro Theater. From 2013 to 2015 he was Resident Director at The Flea Theater in NYC. In 2013 and 2015 he was a resident artist of collaborate:create produced by Forward Flux productions at Theaterlab and the Center for Performance Research.
After receiving an MFA in Stage Directing from the School of Dramatic Art “Paolo Grassi” in Milan, Italy, he specialized in acting and directing with Jurij Alschitz at the Russian Academy of Dramatic Art (GITIS) in Moscow and worked as stage director in Milan, Parma, and - more recently - in New York City. With Alschitz, he also developed his practice as teacher of innovative theatre training methods within the framework of The World Theatre Training Institute. Along the way he studied with several master teachers including SITI company (Suzuki/Viewpoints), Antonio Fava (commedia dell'arte), Massimo Navone (Shakespeare / Chekhov), Kuniaki Ida (Lecoq), Richard Gordon (Method), Elio de Capitani (stage directing). He was assistant director for artists such as Leon Ingulsrud (SITI company), Gabriele Vacis (Teatro Settimo), Martin Wuttke (Berliner Ensemble), and choreographer Franco Miseria.
Academically, Stefano Boselli is currently pursuing his second PhD, in Theatre and Performance, at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York where he studies with Jean Graham-Jones (Latin-American theatre and performance), Peter Eckersall (Asian theatre, theatre theory), and the legendary Marvin Carlson (American and Middle-Eastern theatre), while teaching at CUNY colleges. For academic year 2017–2018 he is Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow at City College and teaches faculty development workshops through WAC pedagogy applied to performing art courses. At the Segal Center in NYC he also collaborated with Carlson as Managing Editor of European Stages. As Visiting Assistant Professor at Gettysburg College he taught courses in Italian and theatre and directed a mainstage production of one of Carlo Goldoni's comedies. He received his PhD in Italian with specialization in Theatre and Drama at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and a Laurea in English Literature and Translation for the Stage from the Catholic University in Milan. Before moving to the States, he taught Translation for the Theatre at the University of Cassino. His articles have been published in MLN (Modern Language Notes), PSA (Pirandello Society Annual), Quaderni d’Italianistica, Polymath, Italica, L’anello che non tiene, Testo a fronte, TSJ (Translation: A Translation Studies Journal) and Journal of Italian Translation. To read them on the Academia website, click here.