Stephen Buescher is a choreographer, director, and actor. Choreography includes: Hamlet, A Thousand Splendid Suns, The Orphan of Zhao, Stuck Elevator, Monstress, Let There Be Love, Underneath the Lintel (American Conservatory Theater); The Imaginary Invalid (Fiasco/The Old Globe); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Private Lives (Long Wharf Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Trinity Repertory Company); Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); Blues for an Alabama Sky (Lorraine Hansberry Theatre).
Stephen is currently choreographing a VR film titled Atomu (Sundance Film Festival). He has directed numerous plays in Graduate Acting programs (American Conservatory Theater/UCSD) including Man in Love, The Bacchae, The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, Black Orpheus, Hotel Paradiso, Crazy for the Country, Galileo, and the House of Bernarda Alba. Stephen has performed with the National Theater of Greece, Oktana Dance, Tanztheater Heidelberg, American Conservatory Theater, Smith Wymore Disappearing Acts, Shotgun Players, Scott Wells and Dancers, Deborah Slater Dance, and Dell'Arte International.
Stephen is the Head of Movement at UCSD, and a graduate of the Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theater and CalArts.