Jacqueline Stone | Performance
Statera Foundation is excited to host the inaugural performance of, "The Red Thread", created and performed by Christine Jugueta and directed by Jacqueline Stone on Thursday, October 4, 2018. Christine will be joined by Belinda Yamate (Vocalist, Co-Producer), Emily Kneisler (Stage Manager, Production Assistant), Grover Hollway (Sound), Magdalena Sustere (Cellist, Bassist), Marcya Daneille (Vocalist), Mitch Shiner (Vibraphonist, Percussionist, Bassist), Penny Larson (Drummer, Percussionist), Stephanie Lippert (Keyboardist, Vocalist), and Kiki West (Videographer).
Jacqueline Stone is the co-founder and Artistic Director of TUTA Theatre in Chicago, an experimental and process-based ensemble company established in 1996, most widely known for reimagining classic and contemporary works through an Eastern European lens. Her recent TUTA directing credits include the Chicago premiere of The Edge of Our Bodies, the world premiere of The Anyway Cabaret, and the U.S. premiere of The Silent Language. Her TUTA performance credits include Fulton Street Sessions, Baal, The Wedding, Uncle Vanya, A Still Life in Color, The Birds, The Little Prince, Alice, and The Hour. Jacqueline also serves as the current Artistic Director of Emerald City Theatre, Chicago’s largest professional theatre serving young audiences now entering its 23rd season. Upcoming ECT directing credits include the Chicago premiere of Fantastic Mr. Fox and the return of the hit production Ken Ludwig’s ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. Jacqueline is the co-founder of Sirens, the longest running all-female improv group in the United States. She has appeared and created in over 200 original shows with them. Stone taught acting and improvisation at The Second City for ten years and Columbia College Chicago for five years. Most recently Jackie directed the Off-Broadway premiere of Adam Rapp’s The Edge of our Bodies at 59E59 Theaters in NY.