Phoebe Angeni

Amazon. Goddess. Force of Nature. 

- at least that's what my friends call me.

          Originally from San Francisco, Phoebe Angeni is an international artist, having trained intensively at both RADA in London and at the Stella Adler Studio in New York. Simultaneously, Angeni graduated from the University of St Andrews in Scotland (high 2.1 with Honours in English Literature).

          Angeni is most known for her one-woman adaptations of Classical narratives, which explore and address contemporary socio-political issues. Her site-specific eco-feminist piece, Calypso, played at the On the Rocks Festival in St Andrews (April 2019). In the same month, two of Angeni’s independent films played at the St Andrews Film Festival. 

          A two-time performer at the Edinburgh Fringe, Angeni's latest work was with The Greenhouse, the award-winning first zero-waste venue of the Fringe. The musical satire, Shellshock!, in which she played the arch-villainess oil tycoon Venetia Von Van Clief, was shortlisted for the Scottish Theatre Award at the Fringe (August 2019). 

          Currently, Angeni is living in San Francisco while producing a new show. The piece, titled Ithaca, is a feminist one-woman autobiographical adaptation of Homer's Odyssey.

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          In Phoebe's spare time she can be found on the yoga mat or working on a portfolio of poetry for publication. 

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