Stephen Nicolazzo

Creating an on-stage world totally unlike the one we live in is the best thing about this theatre director's job.
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Theatre director Stephen Nicolazzo studied at The University of Melbourne, completing a Bachelor of Creative Arts in 2008. In 2010 he completed a Grad Dip of Dramatic Art (Directing) at NIDA. In 2006 he founded Little Ones Theatre. His credits include Home Economics by Declan Greene (The Store Room 2009), Pictures of Bright Lights by Maree Freeman (Tamarama Rock Surfers 2011), Women of Troy by Euripides (Cellblock Theatre, 2011), Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams (Cellblock Theatre, 2011), Two By Two by Dan Giovannoni (fortyfive downstairs, 2012), Negative Energy Inc. by Ash Flanders (Theatre Works/Midsumma Festival), sex.violence.blood.gore by Alfian Bin Sa’At (MKA/Tamarama Rock Surfers Melbourne & Sydney, 2012) and Psycho Beach Party by Charles Busch (Tamarama Rock Surfers/Theatre Works/ Midsumma Festival 2012 and 2013).

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