Christina Roussos is a director and teaching artist. She was a 2016/2017 directing fellow with Clubbed Thumb theater company, and is a New Georges affiliated artist.
Her work has appeared at the Kennedy Center, Rattlestick Theater Jam, Judson Church and Performa (a series of radio plays with Cabinet Magazine). Notable collaborations include April Ranger’s Bathsheba’s Psalms (2019, The Tank); Kate Benson’s Radium Now (2016, Brooklyn College); and an improvised episode of the podcast Family Ghosts entitled The Faith Exam, released in March 2020. Roussos is currently working on Somatika Simata (Bodily Signals), a play in Greek and English, which was performed in the New Georges Jamboree and in a workshop at 1927 art space in Athens, Greece in 2019. In 2015, she ran a devising workshop with Bennington College students about novelist Barbara Newhall Follett.
Roussos was a 2015/2016 teaching fellow at Brooklyn College, and is currently an instructor in the M.F.A. Visual Narrative program at the School of Visual Arts. She has been a guest director at the University of Rochester, Brooklyn College and the School of Drama at The New School. She is a volunteer at The 52nd Street Project.
Roussos received her B.A. at Emerson College and her M.F.A. at Brooklyn College.