Kire Tosevski is originally from Sydney, Australia, where he was trained in traditional Stanislavsky and Michael Chekhov acting techniques. He was also taught at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, and has previously acted in several stage productions throughout New South Wales. Kire moved to New York City in 2009 and trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, going on to graduate from the Evening Conservatory program in 2011.
Select NYC credits: Hedda Gabler (Treasure House Theater) When Greenland Melted… The Robot Rose (Nominated for Best Actor & Best Director, Strawberry One-Act Festival 2013), Dracula: Forever Is A Long Time To Live (ERC), The Jungle Book (Theatre East), That Championship Season; Escape From Happiness; Some Girls; (Stella Adler Studio). Select Sydney credits: Blood Wedding (Genesian Theatre), Twelfth Night (Peninsula Theatre Company), Cabaret (The Regals Musical Society).
Kire’s directing credits include Eastern Standard, Jesus Hopped The A Train, La Ronde, Danny And The Deep Blue Sea, Creditors, and The 39 Steps.