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Stephen Atkins, BFA Theatre/Art History, MFA Theatre/Film (SFU) is a faculty member of Capilano University[http://www.capcollege.bc.ca/programs/theatre/faculty.html] in North Vancouver, Canada, Artistic Director of Human Theatre [http://www.humantheatre.ca] and an Associate Artist with Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre in Brisbane. He has performed, taught and directed in [[Brisbane]], [[Melbourne]],[[Vancouver]], [[Calgary]] and [[Lethbridge]]. Recent directing credits include Mad Boy Chronicle, Woyzeck, Les Belles Souers for Exit22 at Capilano College [http://www.capcollege.bc.ca], Samuel Beckett: 5 Short Pieces for Human Theatre / Zen Zen Zo [http://www.zenzenzo.com], Trigger and The Skriker. Stephen was a founding member of the Tooba Physical Theatre Centre [http://www.tooba.com] in Vancouver, BC. Writing credits for theatre include Just Measures (1989), Four & Twenty Blackbirds (1992), Black Angels (1997), Dracula (an adaptation for physical theatre 2007) and Sub-Con Warrior 2.0. Articles include Virtual Reality and the Actual Performer (CTR 1994) Other writing projects include several contributions (1994-2005) on science fiction, art history, food and travel for trade publications and open-source projects such as Schmap Travel Guides, Wikipedia, World66 and WWTG[http://travelagentsoftware.com/world_wide_travel_guide/live_demos/demo2.php].
'''Other:''' Web page design, amateur photographer, likes to cook.
Bio: Stephen Atkins is a faculty member of the Capilano University Theatre Department. Selected performance, directing and writing credits can be found on LinkedIn or on the Capilano University Theatre Deaprtment web page. Stephen Atkins' experience in travel began in 1985 when he co-led tour groups to Israel and the U.S.S.R. Travels continued through the 1990s as a touring performer and in the early 2000s as a web-based software developer working with SoftVoyage, Canadatravels,com, TravelTST and others. Todays interests include international theatre festivals and keeping up with friends and colleagues abroad.
Other: Amateur Photographer
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Places I've been
I was born in Calgary and grew up there. Many years later I taught in the University of Lethbridge theatre department for two years.
I have spent more of my life there than anywhere else. I have had the pleasure of seeing quite a bit of this amazing province because I was a touring actor in a childrens' theatre company where we did a six-month tour. We performed for schools all over the interior and as far north as the Alaskan panhandle. We even went to some communities with no roads, you had to fly in by float plane (packing set, props and costumes along!!).
Montreal was a great revelation the first time I went, but taking a road trip to the many smaller towns, especially down south, near the border to Vermont, you really see that mix of French and English heritage.
Friends of mine used to live in Las Vegas, I visited a few times and had the rare experience of what it is like to actually live in a suburb of Vegas. Since then all my trips have been the normal show/casino/convention type.