STO Union has been producing new and internationally acclaimed work since 1992.
STO Union has been producing new and internationally acclaimed work since1992. Productions have toured four continents to theatres and festivals and have won multiple awards for its artists, including the Chalmers award and Dora Mavor Moore Award. Based out of Place des Artistes de Farrellton in West Quebec, STO Union’s mandate is to advance the performance culture and art form by:
exploring new methods in artistic practice and production to produce new, original professional works for the stage and other spaces, including digital spaces;
touring of new works locally, nationally and internationally to share and exchange with audiences and artists from other places, (touring in our context includes digital forms of dissemination) and;
fostering of other artists at all levels – from established through emerging and the yet-to-emerge – through knowledge sharing and exchange opportunities.
Since 1992, Nadia Ross has been at the helm of STO Union, a company dedicated to the creation of new works for the stage.Now located in the Outaouais region in Quebec, the company had its beginning sin Toronto, Canada.
A multiple award winner and recipient of the Siminovitch Prize in directing, Nadia is known as much for her unique creation process as she is for the work she creates. A deep researcher, her work has influenced the next generation of makers and producers. Living and working out of and with her rural community in West Quebec, Ross’ work consistently looks to find an intimate way forward through life, together.
RobScott (Technical Director)
Rob Scott is STO Union’s head technical director, stage manager and a creative collaborator. Since 2006 he has done a bit of everything for STO Union, including touring with the company’s mainstage shows. Rob is a thirty-five-year veteran of CBC television. During his time with the CBC he primarily worked for Newsworld’s “Power and Politics,” and also on all aspects of television, including as a director, switcher, cameraman, and sound man for all different genres.
Trained in narrative sociology and political management, Shauna has translated her skills into numerous roles over the years involving words, numbers, strategy, and management. She took over management of the operations of STO Union in 2017.
2PAR4 is a Vancouver-based producing entity headed by Gilles Poulin-Denis