Stephen Webber

Guest Teacher


Stephen has been performing around the world for the last 25 years. As a member of the SITI Company since 1994, he has created roles and/or performed in 24 of the shows created by the company and directed by Anne Bogart, almost all of which have toured extensively. These shows include Persians (at Getty Villa), A Rite (with BTJAZ Dance Co.), Steel Hammer (with Bang on a Can All Stars), Radio Macbeth (Macbeth), War of the Worlds (Orson Welles), American Document (with Martha Graham Dance Co.), Café Variations, Under Construction, Death and the Ploughman (Death), Freshwater (Tennyson), Antigone (Kreon), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Demetrius), Culture of Desire (Henry Geldzahler), Hotel Cassiopeia (Astronomer), War of the Worlds Radio Play (Orson Welles), Cabin Pressure, Going Going Gone (Top), La Dispute (Azor), Hay Fever (Richard Greatham), Private Lives (Victor), bobrauschenbergamerica (Allen- originated by Will Bond), systems/layers (with the band Rachel’s and directed by Barney O’Hanlon), and The Medium (also in a role originated by Will Bond). Internationally, he has performed with the SITI Company at Dublin Arts Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Singapore Arts Festival, Israel Festival, Teatroiberoamericano- Bogota, Maastricht Arts Festival- Holland, Melbourne Arts Festival, The Tbilisi Gift Festival, and at the Toga International Arts Festival in Toga-Mura, Japan. In addition to performing, he teaches acting for the past 20 years.

Presented by Nine Years Theatre, in conjunction with M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival 2016

Nine Years Theatre is pleased to host Stephen Webber (SITI Co., New York) and Wenell Beavers (Naropa University), to conduct a unique cross-disciplinary workshop for actors and dancers. Participants will view Viewpoints- an approach to understanding the ideas of Space and Time on stage – and Developmental Movement- the study of the basic neurological patterns of locomotion and reflexive response.

For more information and to register, please visit here.