Telling stories...

As a director, I am drawn to feminist theatre and shows that provide insight into important issues through intimate personal stories. To me, theatre is the ultimate form of human storytelling.  With each performance, we invite the audience to immerse themselves in a different world and experience someone else’s story alongside them.


People are saying...

Absolute best Romeo and Juliet I have ever seen. Carolina Stevens [has] such a unique and wonderful director's eye....Days later and I'm still thinking of all the little touches and amazing moments.  I'm not sure a performance has ever gotten into my head like this one. – Hannah Williamson

[Romeo and Juliet] is an incredible piece of theatre...I cannot overstate the impact this show had on me, with powerful performances, excellent staging, gorgeous lighting, and an interesting set. 

– Christopher Bailey Hunter

It was such an honor to see [Master Class] last night.  There aren’t enough words to describe how incredible moving and exceptional this show is. I don’t often get emotional after seeing a show, but this affected me to my core: it’s just that fantastic. –Renee Warnock

Mesmerizing performance and a top notch production. Do yourself a favor and go see [Master Class].

– Mark Thomas


Directing Credits

Romeo and Juliet (all-female) by William Shakespeare

       Center Stage Conservatory

Master Class by Terrance McNally

       Prospect Theater Project

As the Sky Comes Crashing Down by Carolina Stevens 

       Oregon Fringe Festival

Bolero by David Ives (Advanced Directing Project) 

       Southern Oregon University

You Can't Trust the Male by Randy Noojin (Student Showcase) 

       Southern Oregon University

Windows by Dennis Bush

       Whitmore Charter High School

Assistant Directing Credits

The Rover by Aphra Behn, dir. Dawn Monique Williams

        Southern Oregon University

Don't Try to Wake Him, Hand Me the Shovel by Pat Cook, dir. Gail Benge

        Whitmore Charter High School

Seussical Jr. by  Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, dir. Brad Thompson

      Hughson High School & Hickman Charter School

The Galileo Project by Roy Stevens, Annalisa Winberg, and Carolina Stevens, dir. Roy Stevens

       Amazing Vox School Residencies (various schools)