Noa Gelb (she/hers) is a multi-disciplined Classicist and Theatre Artist specializing in arts administration, dramaturge, and performance. A firm believer in theatre as a collaborative process, Noa enjoys working closely with creatives to create new works and reimagine old ones. Some favourite positions include: Producer for Wall-to-Wall Theatre Festival, a museum-style, found-space, multimedia performance festival; Casting Director for Theatre Prometheus, a theatre company dedicated to promoting queer, feminist theatre; Assistant Stage Manager at the Folger Shakespeare Library, and Dramaturge for a number of modern adaptations of Ancient Greek plays. As a Classicist, Noa specializes in ancient Mediterranean mythology and religion, and enjoys marrying her passions of Classics and Theatre by creating work that investigates themes of identity, human connections, magic, and historical relevance. Noa believes in the transformative power of storytelling and works to bring mythology to younger audiences through her writing and theatre creation. In her spare time, Noa enjoys travelling, reading, yoga, exploring independent coffee shops, and volunteering for Lucky Dog Animal Rescue and as a Text Bank Moderator for the 2020 General Election.
Teaching & Performing Artist