Nadia Ross collaborates with George Acheson, who, at the age of sixteen, was kicked out of his house because he would not cut his hair. Now a barber by profession currently living and working in Wakefield, Quebec …
What Happened to the Seeker
What Happened to the Seeker is STO Union’s newest creation for the stage, and the company’s most personal work to date. After years of probing the lives of others, artistic director Nadia Ross turns her eye onto herself…
A live art-theatre hybrid that explores the nature of survival and resilience in today’s world.
SubDevision is a home-grown event that exists to unite independent theatre companies in a celebration of site-specific, innovative, boundary-pushing art.
Workshops and residency programs that support the research and development of new performance ideas.
The Twilight Parade
STO Union is a multidisciplinary company that brings together artists from a variety of mediums in the creation of original contemporary theatre, installations, live art and video for presentation in Canada and abroad.
STO Union consists of Nadia Ross (Artistic Director), Sarah Conn (Artistic Producer), Rob Scott (Technical Director and Associate Artist), and George Acheson (Associate Artist). STO Union is represented by Menno Plukker Theatre Agents
Farrellton Artists’ Space
Earle’s Hall is a historic theatre situated in PLACE 1870, a heritage building located right in the centre of the village of Wakefield, Quebec.
Interviews, videos and audio recordings
Media kits, presenter packages and full length videos
Good News from the Sun (Parts 1, 2, 3)
Good News from the Sun is a community collaboration with five teenagers from Wakefield/Chelsea, Quebec and Ottawa, Ontario. It is about coming-of-age, friendship and the larger forces that pull us into adulthood.
Conversations with Strangers (2013)
Conversations with Strangers is a series of live art pieces that first started at SubDevision, a site-specific theatre event, in Ottawa in May 2012.
Thanks for Giving
Thanks for Giving is STO Union’s annual fundraiser on Thanksgiving weekend. Everyone is invited to join us on Gendron St in Wakefield QC for an epic house crawl, combining excerpts from STO Union’s latest shows…
The Epiphany Process is a play development tool meant to celebrate a given community. Used by theatres to thank their audiences, to delve into a particular demographic, or to support a festival’s overall vision…
Earle’s Hall Live (2010-2015)
Building codes forbid the use of the theatre as a public venue, so as a hopelessly nostalgic and romantic act, the members of STO Union, Wac, Kaffe 1870 and Wakefest came together to create “Earle’s Hall Live”
Everything’s for You (2012)
Everything’s for You is a theatrical party game that occurs alongside an event or celebration. One at a time, participants are pulled away from the party to enter the performance space …
The Lab (2011)
Come collaborate in THE LAB! We’re looking for stories about the place the arts hold in your life and any favourite artistic memories or dreams.
Virtual Bar Buddies (2011)
Virtual Bar Buddies is one of STO Union’s community projects. STO is located in a great community that is filled with people who want to express themselves …
Revolutions in Therapy (2004)
Exploring the parallels between the psychotherapeutic enterprise, metaphysical isolation and the nature of performance.
Recent Experiences (2000)
Recent Experiences recounts the story of four generations of a single family as they wind their way through the historical backdrop of the difficult 20th century.
Excerpts from the Emo Journals (1995)
Excerpts from the Emo Journals is a piece about the end of our world, as witnessed by those of us who were on the front lines of this dark time in our history.
The Alistair Trilogy (1994)
The Alistair Trilogy was a powerful and visceral experience about one woman’s attempt to find her place within discontinuous and contradictory interpretations of the past.