Anastasia today finds herself in many roles; she works as an Early Years Teaching Assistant in the mornings, she is a Drama Teacher for an after-school program in ks3-5 in the afternoons, and ends most of her days with private acting coaching to young adults. She will very soon take on the role of Director at The English School in Nicosia, where she will be creating the world of John Cariani's Almost, Maine in the school's outdoor amphitheater. In the meantime, Anastasia hopes to finally finish writing her first play, called "Lost in Translation"; a story about a couple and their relationship struggles in New York City*. Above all, Anastasia today is a Teacher.
Over the last few years, Anastasia was fortunate enough to have worked on professional theater with many fellow artists and classmates in the USA. A few of her favorites were Ioanna Katsarou, through the Greek Tragedy Workshop at the Greek Cultural Center, and directors Gwendolyn Snow and Adam Martin, who personally cast Anastasia in "Almost, Main", "The Play of the Future" and "The Sun Tries Dating", all produced by Team Theatre, the Greek Cultural Center and the Manhattan Repertory respectively.
Anastasia plans to continue her love for Education through a Master's Degree in Educational Policy and Society from King's College London. She will be relocating to London, UK in September 2021 and hopes to continue working as a Teacher and Theater Artist whilst earning her degree. Stay tuned for more of Anastasia's adventures and ever-changing schedule.
*An excerpt of her play was performed and picked as a finalist in Team Theatre's FunFastFebFest, a short play festival, in February 2020.