Tana Sirois

Tana Sirois graduated with a BA in Acting from The Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts. In 2010, she co-founded Dirt [contained] Theatre Company, which focuses on making socially and environmentally conscious theatre with an absurd twist. Most recently, the company produced Fernando Arrabal's Garden Of Delights at The Plaxall Gallery, in which Tana played the role of Lais. Directing credits include Alice In Wonderland (The Players’ Ring), The Yellow Wallpaper (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Last Eden (The Kazimier, with Dirt [contained]), A Slight Ache (Jimmy’s No. 43), The Elbisnopsers (The Jewel Theatre), Tomorrow In The Battle (an Ars Nova Fling) and co-director on The Chairs (The Players' Ring, Dirt [contained]), and Seascape With Sharks And Dancer (CAP 21). Tana is the Performing Arts Director at Long Island City Artists Inc., and can also be found singing musical satire around NYC with Katie Gooman's Broad Comedy. More information at www.tanasirois.com.