PAUL REICHSTEIN - DIRECTOR
Paul graduated from the Flinders University Drama Centre in 2000. For Bell Shakespeare he has worked as an actor/ensemble member for The Players and has appeared in Actors at Work, Macbeth, Hamlet and Pericles. Other theatre credits include Empire for Theatre in Decay; Terrorism for Theatre at Risk; Tomfoolery and The Words of Tom Lehrer for Chapel off Chapel; Falling Petals for Playbox Theatre Company; Dealer’s Choice for State Theatre Company of South Australia; The Sign of the Seahorse for Windmill Performing Arts and The Ecstatic Bible for Brink Production as part of the 2000 Adelaide Festival. As a founding member of The Border Project, Paul performed in Highway Rock’n’Roll Disaster for STC’s Wharf2Loud season; Please Go Hop! for Adelaide Fringe and Next Wave Festival; and Medeamaterial. His television appearances include City Homicide, Blue Heelers and McLeod’s Daughters. When not performing Paul works as an Arts Educator for Bell Shakespeare and as a secondary teacher in the Performing Arts departments at Scotch College in Adelaide. In 2014 Paul was awarded a Churchill Fellowship and travelled to the United States to explore the teaching of Shakespeare in prisons with Shakespeare Behind Bars, a company that he continues to maintain strong ties with.