Angela Constantinidou is a Multi-Disciplinary Artist. She acts, directs, and writes, combining her knowledge and talents. Before graduating the prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre, she trained in acting at TFSS for three years, where she discovered her love for the Meisner Technique. She is also a proud alumni of the Full-Time Conservatory of Atlantic Acting School, the School of the Practical Aesthetics Technique, in New York. She also owns an MA in Theatre Studies with a focus on Acting and Directing. She holds a degree in Architectural Engineering, and has been working in the field of Building Conservation and Preservation for more than 10 years. She often promotes matters of preservation and Heritage through her art work. Through the years, she has taught architectural design, interior design and acting to people of different ages (kindergarten, high school, university students, adults) and backgrounds. Teaching is one of the things she really enjoys doing as it gives her a great pleasure to pass the knowledge to others and help them discover their potential and find their voice.