Anastasia has been writing a two person play about her late grandfather’s kidnapping and eventually finding during the Greek Civil War. Her words are told through poetry that narrates the experiences of each character, from a loving father, to a guilt soilder, to a young boy who becomes a man.
Anastasia has been spending time as co-chair for Artists as Citizens Conference heading into it's sixth year. Her focus is on providing connections with outside artists and activists wanting to be a part of it, searching for venues, and creating a budget.
Anastasia finished teaching theatre at an after school arts program with Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning last June. She helped gifted middle schoolers at MS 216 write and act in their own short play that they created themselves.
THE RIGHT AND LEFT PLAYS Anastasia was recently a part of "The Right and Left Plays" at Playwrights Downtown, which was a series of two short plays which were produced by Elemental Women Productions. She played the role of "Left", a put together woman looking to reconnect with her sister, in a short play called "Polar", written by Mikayla Olivia Orrson. Anastasia has grown as a actor by being a part of this contemporary piece centering on two women figuring it all out in a modern world, where things aren’t as spelled out as you’d like them to be.