Anastasia Revi is the Artistic Director of the award-winning Theatre Lab Company. Some of their recent awards include: OFFCOMM Commendation for their 2019 production GREAT EXPECTATIONS and Most Innovative International Theatre Production Company UK at the Global Entertainment Awards 2018. In 2014 they were selected as the Coup de Coeur Show of Avignon Festival in France. In 2007 they received a nomination for Total Theatre Awards of Edinburgh Festival and the title of Best Show at the Prague International Theatre Festival.
Anastasia was nominated for the Greek International Women Awards (London, December 2017) and Woman of the Year Award of Greece (Athens, March 2017). She received the 2016 Best Theatre Director of Greece award for her Shakespeare's Macbeth (National Theatre of Northern Greece, Athens, November 2016) and EXALIPTRON Award for Theatre (Athens, April 2016). In 2009 she was nominated for the Emerging Director Award of Greece.
Her training includes a degree in English and American Literature (Aristotle University, Greece), 3-year Classical Acting (Drama School, National Theatre of Northern Greece - Distinction), London Theatre Conservatory, École Philippe Gaulier and workshops with masters of theatre including Simon McBurney, Augusto Boal, Ozzie Rogriguez, Tage Larsen, Rufus Norris.
Recent productions include: LOVE LETTERS (audio-visual series of 10 episodes, June 2020-present), Great Expectations (Playground Theatre, London 2019), Lucrezia Borgia, The Sinner/The Saint( Cockpit Theatre, London -Oxford Playhouse-BT Studio 2019), Mothers and Lovers (Playground Theatre 2019), On the 10th of June (Simpkins Lee Theatre, Oxford 2019), Six Nights on the Acropolis (Hellenic Centre, London 2018), A Respectable Wedding (Playground Theatre, London 2018), Don Juan (Hoxton Hall, London, 2018), Splinters (Simpkins-Lee Theatre, Oxford, 2018), Jamaica Inn (Tabard Theatre, London, 2017), I Want a Country (O'Reilly Theatre, Oxford, 2017), Salome (Hoxton Hall, London Festival D'Avignon OFF, France; Thessaloniki; Cabaret Voltaire, Athens; Old Cholmeley Boys' Club, London, 2017-2012), Dancing with the Devil: A play about Rudolf Nureyev (Sadler's Wells/ Lilian Baylis, London 2016), Melted Butter (Simpkins Lee Theatre, Oxford 2016), Macbeth (National Theatre of Northern Greece 2016), Sweet Bird of Youth (Theatre Alma, Athens 2015), The Building (Michael Piltch Theatre, Oxford 2015), Medea, (Riverside Studios, London 2014), Lysistrata (Riverside Studios, London 2013), The Bee (Aggelon Vima, Athens, 2013), The Oresteia (Riverside Studios, London 2012), Psychostasia: The Performance (Riverside Studios, London 2012), Cuba Libre (Aggelon Vima, Athens 2012), Dream Waves (National Opera House of Northern Greece, 2011), Antigone (International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama, Cyprus; 2011 Riverside Studios, London 2010), The Fall of the House of Usher (Old Cholmeley Boys' Club, London 2010), Ghost from a Perfect Place (National Theatre of Northern Greece, 2009), Velvet Scratch (New York International Fringe Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Prague Festival 2008-2006).