Stacey Johnstone

Outreach & Fundraising Officer

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Stacey Johnstone

 

Outreach & Fundraising Officer

Drama Teacher

 

Stacey Johnstone has an MA in Ensemble Physical Theatre and is a Co-Director of Whitestone Arts Research Centre. She has worked for Opera North, Leeds Playhouse, Proper Job Theatre, DUENDE, Six Lips Theatre (Co-Director) Trestle Theatre, and facilitated extensively across education and community outreach projects.

 

She has been a key collaborator and performer for Arashi no ie / Stormy House (Whitestone Arts/59 Productions) which is currently planning an international tour for 2021. This project included a research trip to Japan in 2017 funded by Arts Council England’s Artist International Development Fund.

 

Stacey has worked as a drama teacher/director for CAPA College since 2015 and specialises in devised and physical theatre work and particularly enjoys facilitating weekly yoga as part of the student’s training. Her highlights of working at the college include directing ‘When They Go Low’ which went to the National Theatre in 2018 as part of NT Connections and working with the development team to secure National Lottery Project Grants funding from Arts Council England to develop 'If Not Now, When?', a play written by second-year CAPA College student and emerging young writer Isabel Hague. The R&D production, also supported by The Civic, Barnsley, will tour the Yorkshire region from September 2020.

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